6 01, 2016

Tips and Tricks

Tips and Tricks - Strategy, Print, Web, Coding, E-Learning, E-Commerce A happy new year to everyone! I hope that you all had a good holiday and are keen to get back to work! With that purpose in mind, I'm finally about to deliver on a [...]

26 05, 2014

Are you ready to get Loopy?

Are you ready to get Loopy? Melbourne App Designer Michael Tyson (yes, that's his real name) found himself in the spotlight when Jimmy Fallon (The Tonight Show) and Billy Joel did a duet singing 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight'. On it's own, that information would be [...]

25 05, 2014

Mobile Apps vs Web Apps

Mobile Apps vs Web Apps - what's the difference? Mobile Applications and Web Applications can appear to be very similar, but the difference in fact, is fairly simple: Mobile Applications: A mobile application is created using native device code languages specific to the mobile device. For instance the [...]

5 04, 2014

Firefox – is the fire out?

Firefox - is the fire out? As a developer, I've always been a great fan of Firefox, for quite a few reasons, but here's a couple: It wasn't Internet Explorer. It came from an open-source mindset and had thousands of great plugins. It was great [...]

1 04, 2014

Apple vs Samsung

Apple vs Samsung Apple and Samsung are beginning a new trial - accusing each other, once again, of ripping off designs and features. The last one was held in 2012 and resulted in the jury finding in Apple's favour, but reducing the amount of damages [...]

24 03, 2014

Devices at risk of hacking

Apple mobile devices could be at risk of hacking A major flaw in Apple software for mobile devices could possibly allow hackers to intercept email and other communications that are meant to be encrypted. If attackers have access to a mobile user's network, such as [...]

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