June 21, 2014
Capturing a Googlebot
So the other day, I was feeling like it was time to start hunting for a new kind of prey: the Googlebot. Googlebots can be found everywhere on the web, so it’s pretty easy to catch one. Here is how it works: 1 – The bait First off, make sure ...
May 26, 2014
How I’m Growth Hacking with Yo
Last week, I discovered the neat little app Yo. Since then, my life has changed, I’m getting more and more popular on a daily basis. And this is for a reason, Yo is a powerful take on social media and social messaging. Expect Yo to be mentioned...
May 25, 2014
Facebook Audience Network: Where is the mobile app install space going?
I’ve been working in the mobile app install space since its infancy, and for sure things are messy. Ad networks having no exclusive traffic and getting most of the spend away through exchanges. Hundreds of affiliates introducing themselves as p...
December 30, 2013
It’s quite good
This is what Gruber says about iOS7. It’s marvelous to see that even to most biased writers can sometimes be constructive. iOS7’s minor letdowns show that Apple’s products have entered a good enough era. Don’t get me wrong, Apple is – m...
October 22, 2013
Windows 8.1 and the Surface Pro 2 are here. Who cares?
October 2013 will be a month that no one will remember as the one that saw the release of a new Surface, and Windows 8.1. Today, is an Apple event that will captivate everyone’s mind for at least three weeks. Who cares about Windows? You? me. B...
July 16, 2013
Two years ago I bought a Kindle, couldn’t stop praising the concept, and provoking ink lovers around me. “Digital books are taking over” I use to say. Recently, my Kindly stopped working, and I felt like an idiot. I tried to factory...
June 9, 2013
SMS and the messaging nebula
When WhatsApp broke into the App Store in 2009, it was a small revolution. Since then, a lot of similar services came to life, and the SMS’s death has become a hot topic. Even if WhatsApp believes no harm is made to network operators, it’...
May 20, 2013
What cheap watches can tell us about smartphones’ future
Sub $100 smartphones are already common these days, but at this price, hard to get a Galaxy S4. What’s cool with the near future, is that smartphones as good as the S4 will cost less than $100 sooner than we think, and why not less than $50? An...
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