After years of debate Responsive Images are here. That means your site can look better and load faster. Now that the specification for Responsive Images has settled down browsers are working hard to add support. Most browser vendors are doing this in stages. Support for better quality images. Alternative Images for different size screens. Responsive […]
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It’s time for Apple’s 2014 iPad Event. This event marked the debut of the 12.9″ iPad and new Macs. As the event started Tim Cook reiterated the events from last month. He raved about the success of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. He then announced that Apple Pay goes live on Monday. […]
Windows 10 is coming and it looks to fix some of the grievances with Windows 8 (especially the desktop). Oddly enough, this event was kept very small. There was no live stream. The Verge was the only reporter covering the event. If you ask me that doesn’t sound to good for the next stage of […]
Mobile web traffic is growing fast. So why do industry giants choose responsive design alternatives? Responsive Design Responsive design is the core of the mobile-first philosophy. Responsive design places focus on the browser. With it you design your site with fluid grids that grow or expand as the screen size changes. It may result in […]
Apple’s iPhone event 2014 is here and brought us news on the iPhone 6 and Apple’s first smartwatch. First let me start out with a little rant — this was the worst stream I’ve ever experienced, and I’ve used Real player. Cut out many times, foreign language feeds over the main audio, only available on […]
App splitting is a growing trend in mobile apps. So why are companies choosing to split apps in two?
Google Maps ads are here. So what does this mean for users and how can it help your small business? Google Maps Ads: For Users Google is not stupid. They knew that users wanted to see more listings. Users used to seeing more listings with the old Google Maps interface. With the new Google Maps […]
“Users know to scroll. I don’t need to fit things above the fold”. Yes, but you need them to load fast. I love what Google has done to simplify things for business like the new Google My Business solution.What I’m not happy with is the recent change to drop Google Authorship images from appearing in […]
Google I/O 2014 is Google’s conference for developers revealing what’s coming. Care to find out?
The long-rumored Amazon Fire Phone is official. So what can it do and what else have they announced? Amazon has finally come out with a phone. Like the Kindle Fire this phone runs a customized version of the Android operating system. So will this phone succeed or will it fail like the Facebook phone?