U.S. Teens Want An iPhone For Their Next Smartphone This chart comes from Business Insider Intelligence, a new research and and analysis service focused on the mobile and Internet industries. Sign up for a free trial here. Teens strongly prefer … Continue reading →
How App Makers Make Money App revenue comes largely from in-app purchases made in free games, according to a new report from Distimo. Right now 76 percent of revenue comes from in-app purchases made in paid and free apps. That’s … Continue reading →
How Many Times Has Samsung’s Galaxy Line Outsold The iPhone? With all the talk about Samsung lately, you might think it has the most popular phone in the world. You would be wrong, though. As this chart from Tavis McCourt … Continue reading →
An HTML5 app is housed on the Web and runs inside a mobile browser. Unlike apps built specifically for Apple devices or Google‘s Android operating system, it does not need to be built from scratch for each OS. The promise is that … Continue reading →
Where The Money Is Going In The Media Business The Pew Research Center put out its annual State of the Media report. In it, we can see where the economic growth in media platforms is coming from. Digital revenues were … Continue reading →
This short-film from Ilya Naishuller starts out pretty cool then goes flat-out bonkers. I can’t really think of a better way to describe it than what’s in the headline, but basically—if you’re into first-person running and combat, this is right up your alley.
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