Friendly Twitjet Vs. Popular Twitter – Twitterati Wins!

| Blog | December 21, 2013

Summary: Twitjet is a pioneering widget from a leading Android app development provider VITEB, which allows Twitter app users to access the popular social networking site in their Android device homescreen, without opening or logging into it.You can also set the homescreen timeslines and change the widget theme according to your preferences and mood. Twitjet widget developed by Android App Development professionals at VITEB is available on Google Play.

Twitter has unquestionably evolved as the most indomitable social media power in recent times. And it has not only left many addicted, but have managed to create it own stromg community of Twitteretis! Are you also one of them?


And to make your Twitter experience all the more pleasurable and user-friendly comes Twitjet – the ‘free’ handy widget from VITEB. So, if you have been fussing over getting bored at the number times you have to open and log on to Twitter in a day or in an hour, Twitjet has the solution.

This innovative widget allows you to view as well reply to your tweets on your Twitter account, while ensuring that you do not have to open or log into the Twitter app for the same. All you need to do is just access all your tweet on Twitter from the home screen of your Android device.

But, surprises from Twitjet does not end here. Infact, this amazing widget lets you get timelines instantly on your home screen. More so, you can reply from the widget itself while on the move. Also, with Twitjet you can actually customize your widget as in  the header, body and the text – with colors and transparency to suit your mood and according to your preferences.

Twitjet is indeed one of the finest innovations in Android App development to have featured in Google Play.

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Online Gaming To Be Worth $100 Billion In 2017

| Blog | March 16, 2013

Online Gaming To Be Worth $100 Billion In 2017

Because of the proliferation of smartphones, Gaming Club expects online mobile gaming to be worth at least $100 billion by 2017 with online gaming firms having a least $45 billion in net profit. In general, mobile gambling is touted to be the fastest growing industry in the gambling sector.
According to Juniper Research, the company commissioned to do the study, at least 62% of the UK population already has a smartphone and that online gambling revenue has increased by as much as 32% in 2011. In previous years, a person must have a laptop if he wants to play online casino games to bring along whenever he goes. But with the popularity of smartphones, it is now more comfortable and convenient to play online. One doesn’t have to go to a casino or use a laptop to try online gambling.

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Healthcare Changes Due to Mobile Technology

| Blog | March 6, 2013

Healthcare Changes Due To Mobile Technology


With the popularity of the smart phone, it is not surprising to find a lot of applications specifically for it. Today, we can even find a wide array of healthcare applications to make us more fit and healthy. This new trend in mobile technology applications is enjoying a lot of attention because more and more people want to enjoy healthier and happier lives. Even the healthcare industry is moving towards a more efficient delivery model which is value-based and patient-centered.

According to a recent report published by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, mobile technology can pave the way for better relationships between patients, life sciences enterprises, payers, and healthcare practitioners. In a 2012 Deloitte Open Mobile Survey, results showed that sectors like the life sciences and healthcare are expected to take advantage of the growth in mobile business for the succeeding 5 years.

Even though mobile technology capabilities started slow, the developments in programs, applications, sensors, and devices are being appreciated by these industries because these improvements focus on wellness, fitness, electronic prescribing, electronic records, data capture, remote monitoring, telemedicine, and chronic conditions.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean Reviews

| Blog | March 6, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean Review

Androids Jelly Bean has a lot to offer and is said to be the most stable Android OS yet. So what happens when it’s paired with one of the most powerful phones around today?

User Interface:

Let’s start with project butter, it promises better and smoother animations with consistent sixty frame rates per second. The concept sounds simple but the results are better than you would expect. The interface was already fluid but with Jelly Bean added to the mix the animations are simply great. Opening applications, browsing through the app drawer, switching between applications, and swapping between home screens feels smooth as ever. Jelly Bean also offers a new and improved notification area/window. You will now find a brightness control scrubber which is something that was missing from many previous updates, this gives you much easier and better access to your brightness control and if you are someone who likes to have a decent amount of battery health this feature will definitely come in handy. The clock and date design has also been slightly tweaked. You will now see a bigger and more noticeable digital clock with the date placed at the top.  Speaking of notifications you can now expand individual notification as you wish. For example if you receive a message it will naturally pop up in your notification area, now what you can do is simply expand it (similar to the multi touch zoom function). This will reveal a few extra lines of the message and when you’re done simply use the opposite gesture and collapse them again. Then we have the Home screen mode. This feature lets you switch between two different kinds of home screen arrangements, basic and easy. You can switch between them as you wish but they both have their specific purpose. The Basic mode is your usual Samsung look. You will get your usual widgets and shortcuts. The Easy Mode on the other hand will trigger a few newer more efficient widgets with larger and more accessible buttons. You also get favorite contacts, favorite applications and surprisingly a keypad n your homescreen. This was clearly designed with minimalistic design in mind. You can also modify these modes as you wish and they will be saved automatically, which is very useful if you want to use different layouts for different situations which is similar to HTC’s Scene modes. With Jelly Bean widgets are now much more customizable and easy to use. They automatically resize and reshuffle. Now if you try to add a widget onto a home screen that doesn’t have ample space it will automatically resize and reposition for you.  Moving on to folders, with Jelly Bean folders are clearly much more efficient and easier to manage. You can now simply tap and hold your home screen to create folders (something that was only available with third party applications before). The newer folder icons are also much more noticeable and feel clearer to the eye, though some might still prefer the old design because of its mini icon app preview of the contents inside. The settings menu has also been redesigned and feels much more efficient than before.


The Jelly Bean update gave the Samsung galaxy S3 a minor but satisfying performance boost, Take a look at the benchmarks below:


As seen in the chart above though minor the Jelly Bean update overall improved the already great performance of Samsung’s Galaxy S3. Despite being nearly undetectable in real life, this definitely gives the Samsung Galaxy S3 more bragging rights when it comes to performance.

Camera and Battery:

As expected the Jelly Bean update didn’t make any drastic improvements when it came to the camera, the only noticeable difference was brighter pictures with more accurate colors. However the battery performance changed a lot after the Jelly Bean update, Take a look at the benchmarks below:

As you can see Jelly Bean made a noticeable difference when it came to the battery life. As for the better video playback time of ICS, that’s because Jelly Bean consumes more GPU power then ICS. But the overall battery life is definitely better than what it was.

Final Thoughts

It’s safe to say that Jelly Bean is the best and most stable Android OS yet and Samsung Galaxy S3’s lightweight UI, powerful hardware and above average optimization makes full use of its potential.

Innovation Strategies

| Blog | February 13, 2013

How to Innovate – The New Normal

As I talk more to large companies both within and outside the computer technology space I’ve noticed that the best positioned for innovation are those that realize the days of relying solely on internal R&D staff are over.   For centuries, becoming an “innovator” has been challenged with many barriers to entry. Complexities relating to financing, engineering, distribution, and legalities have stood in the way of brilliant people executing on their great ideas.

“Traditional innovation” has long been seen as happening only within corporations via a “top down” approach.  These companies would have the resources and funding to dedicate to creating new ideas and researching new markets.  Typically such corporations would have 10, 50, or 100+ people sitting in a corporate office or lab trying to come up with and test new ideas.  That was just the normal way of operating.

In today’s world you can’t compete by relying on input from a relatively small number of individuals.  With the advent of new

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Tapping Into Success: The New ‘Appreneur’

| Advertising, Blog | February 5, 2013

Tapping Into Success: The New ‘Appreneur’


You’ve probably begun to notice the word ‘Appreneur’ sprouting up in the industry. And if you’re not quite familiar with what an Appreneur is, don’t worry, not many people are. This article will sus out the differences between the traditional entrepreneur from that of today’s appreneur.


The fact is, it’s a rather new buzzword in the app industry–so new in fact, that there wasn’t even a Wikipedia entry for it until recently. So what the heck is an appreneur?

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License App Code – Create New Revenue Streams for your Apps

| Advertising, Blog, Press Releases | January 29, 2013

How to Create New Revenue Streams from your App Code

We often hear about app developers making thousands a month or even millions per year.  We’ve seen many well publicized success stories.  These stories don’t provide a realistic view into most app developer’s world.  The fact of the matter is that most developers don’t make that much selling their apps on the app store.  Half of all app store revenue goes to just the top 1% of all developers!  That leaves the rest of us making a relatively small amount of revenue per app we’ve published.  Studies show that 59% of app developers don’t even recover their development costs!

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Raspberry Pi Model B

| Blog | January 17, 2013

Raspberry Pi Project Launches App Store

The success of Raspberry Pi single-board computer intentionally built as small as a credit card for teaching basic computing skills, has led its makers to surprise the market with a $35 mini Linux computer this 2013. This is made very timely for the launching of the Raspberry Pi project app store that can transform this affordable mini-pc into a multi-featured handy gadget without spending a lot of money. This one-stop-shop app store offers free downloads for subscribers for at least 23 applications. Young developers are also encouraged to join the upcoming Summer Programming Contest. They can upload their entries in the app store where previous interesting creations are also stored. Popular projects include:

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Linux in 2013

| Blog | January 17, 2013

Great Outlook for Linux in 2013


Linux-based operating systems have been around for quite some time now. It is a Unix-like computer operating system that is open source and free. One of the most popular if not the most popular Linux-based operating system on desktop and laptop personal computers today is Ubuntu – a computer operating system that is now on its 8th year of existence. Finally, as 2013 is engulfing us – Ubuntu is also attempting to break into smart phones.


Founder’s Insight

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Nine Steps To Ensure Your App Gets Approved

| Blog | October 25, 2012

You’ve spend months and months designing and building your app, and you’re finally left with the next best thing to Angry Birds. Now you’re ready to make your millions, but before you start to designingmerchandisetocompete

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