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What to Do With Your Push Bar

When you think of entering and exiting an office building, what do you normally think of? Is it revolving doors when you enter? Or the automatic doors that track motion? You probably didn’t think about the most reliable means of exiting a building, the universal push bar. These don’t exactly have to be in office […]

Shaping Digital Behavior: Exploring the Impact of Emerging Apps on User Interaction

In the fast-paced digital landscape businesses operate in, the emergence of new technologies and applications isn’t just trend-watching. It’s a fundamental shift in behavior that can shape and redefine the user experience. The rapid evolution of apps is no longer just a technological advancement but a revolution altering how people engage with the digital world.  For entrepreneurs […]

Three Reasons a Small Business Needs Digital Signage

As a small business owner, you know that every advantage counts. You need to do everything you can to stand out from the competition and attract customers. And one of the best ways to do that is with digital signage. Digital signage is a versatile and powerful marketing tool that can help your small business […]

The Wall Street Journal: Android’s the Best Mobile OS

The Wall Street Journal has revealed their numbers of a recent poll about which mobile operating system is the best. Out of 6365 votes in total, Android occupies 50.7% of the pie, making it the most popular mobile OS on the minds of everyone who casted their votes. Apple comes in 

Android Market Hits 100,000 Apps

The Android Market has reached a huge milestone, crossing the 100,000 app threshold.Just last year, the Motorola Droid, arguably the most popular Android device, hit store shelves drastically. Even though the T-Mobile G1 has been out now for two years, it wasn’t until the DROID hit that Android really took off and became a direct 

NPD: Android OS Dominates Q3 2010

According to NPD, the Android OS has dominated quarter 3 sales this year. An amazing 44 % of smartphone sales in the U.S. are Android-based devices. Apple’s iOS made up only 23% while BlackBerry’s RIM dropped from 28% to 22%. Android is moving into a better position to take on the giant iOS.Rubin Ross from 

Eclair and Froyo Dominates the Android OS Share

It’s November, and looking at the breakdown of Android versions in the wild, Android 2.1 (Eclair) and Android 2.2 (Froyo) still dominates, at 40.8 percent and 36.2 percent respectively. Eclair devices increased from 40.4 percent a month ago. Android 1.6 (Donut) devices fell to an even 15 percent, and Android 1.5 (cupcake) decreased to 7.9 percent.