Optus shines the light on Kaldor artworks Optus has partnered with Kaldor Public Art Projects to build a new mobile app it says will enhance the visitor experience at the project’s exhibition…
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Chrome apps – RIP

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  • Apps
  • 22 August
    Chrome apps – RIP Google’s Chrome is taking a different direction by announcing the end of app support for Windows, Mac, and Linux Web browsers.
    Gone in 60 seconds – more like three as Millennials refuse to wait If an app, especially a Web app, does not work quickly or reliably, your customers will go elsewhere – faster than the lack of response…
    Multiple fake apps found in Apple App Store By the time you read this, Apple would have removed at least 10 fake bitcoin wallets from its App Store. But that is the tip…
    5 million iOS apps by 2020 A new report says that Apple’s iOS app store could have more than 5 million apps by 2020, a 73% increase over today.
    Google’s dastardly duo biffs FaceTime and Skype Google thinks we need another instant video messenger (IM) like FaceTime, Skype, Yahoo!, Hangouts, Slack, HipChat, SnapChat, WeChat, Viber, WhatsApp and hundreds more. Or does…
    Activist group in bid to force Facebook change The activist group SumOfUs has stepped up pressure on Facebook after the social media giant censored the account of a black woman who, along with…
    Facebook to force users to watch ads Facebook announced on Tuesday that it would be making it more difficult for ad-blockers, which users have in their browsers, to block advertising.

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