Have you ever looked down in the one star app reviews? There's some weird stuff down there…
Moleskin, a maker of exquisite notebooks, has found a practical approach to embracing the digital alongside the physical.
Many of the first wave of Apple Watch apps are poor - and one developer has articulated clearly why that is.
With more and more pilots using tablets in the cockpits, new opportunities for glitches arise…
Facebook is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the launch of a new app. But those who see it as a Flipboard killer misunderstand the New Normal.
Facebook has been the unassailable giant in the social networking space. But teenagers are ignoring it - is this the first step in its fall?
Our mobile device are becoming tantrum-ridden toddlers, crying for our attention. Can we design our digital service to seduce not demand?
Instagram catches up to the mid-2000s by launching embedding functionality. But does the app native company really understand what it's doing?
"Social" might be the most over-hyped phenomenon on the internet today. Yet, very few of those creating the hype talk about the real effort needed to get good returns from the social web - and social apps.
Why does Google - the power behind Android - make such good iOS apps? Perhaps the competition between Apple and Google is more complex than most coverage suggests…
In his interview at NEXT11 Peter Vesterbacka talked about Rovio’s journey to the best selling game ‘Angry Birds’.
Mobile is exploding. And apps are one, if not the driving force. That’s common wisdom in these days. But what that actually means in raw numbers is still astonishing. Have a look at this amazing infographic, found at The Next Web.