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Four short links: 24 November 2010 - Android, Cellphone Photos, Long-Exposure iPhone Apps, and Open Street Map

By Nat Torkington
November 24, 2010

What Android Is (Tim Bray) -- a good explanation of the different bits and their relationship. Cell Phone Photo Helped in Oil Spill (LA Times) -- a lone scientist working from a cell phone photo who saved the day by convincing the government that a cap it considered removing was actually working as designed. (via BoingBoing) Penki -- iPhone...

Windows Phone apps are more expensive than iPhone apps - The mean app price for the Windows market is nearly two times higher than the App Store.

By Ben Lorica
November 5, 2010

The Windows Marketplace for Mobile now has about 1,400 apps spread across 16 categories. In this short post I'll provide some basic statistics and compare it with the grandaddy of app stores: the U.S. iTunes store.

A bird app that adapts on the fly - BirdsEye shows what's possible when a reference app embraces mobile.

A bird app that adapts on the fly - BirdsEye shows what's possible when a reference app embraces mobile.
By Mac Slocum
September 16, 2010

Sprucing up content and adding a search tool isn't enough for reference apps to remain relevant. Publishers should take a note from BirdsEye, a birding app that's tapping the real potential of mobile technology.

7 Myths of the Mobile Web - What's new in O'Reilly Answers: Using your phone as a modem, communicating with your manager, myths of the mobile web, and much more.

7 Myths of the Mobile Web - What's new in O'Reilly Answers: Using your phone as a modem, communicating with your manager, myths of the mobile web, and much more.
By O'Reilly Media
August 10, 2010

As the Web has moved onto mobile devices, developers have told themselves a lot of stories about what this means for their work. Some of those stories are true and others are misleading, confusing, or even dangerous. While the contexts in which we use our mobile devices are often extremely different from where and how we use our comfortable desktops, this doesn't mean that, as developers, we need to create two, three, or dozens of versions duplicating our work. It's not the mobile web; it's just the web! Read more. More from O'Reilly Answers: How to make use of the tab bar in your iPhone appHow to use your mobile phone as a modemHow to understand and communicate with your managerHow to update your iPhone app for multitasking with iOS 4Share knowledge, ask questions on O'Reilly Answers today.

Four short links: 22 July 2010 - Subjective Analytics, Great Maps, Open Web Analytics, and Locative Gaming Tool

By Nat Torkington
July 22, 2010

Boomerang -- a piece of javascript that you add to your web pages, where it measures the performance of your website from your end user's point of view. It has the ability to send this data back to your server for further analysis. With boomerang, you find out exactly how fast your users think your site is. From Yahoo!....

Popular iPhone games stay highly-ranked only for a few weeks

By Ben Lorica
June 30, 2010

With 40,000+ Games to choose from, the list of Top 100 free and paid games are frequently scanned by iPhone gamers. In this short post, I'll share some basic statistics on popular games sold through the U.S. iTunes app store.


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