Tag Archives for mobile

Top Mobile Trends for 2016

Written by: Luis Medina Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

The mobile industry is constantly evolving at a rapid pace. As we welcome new operating systems from Apple and Google, cool new apps, or fancy new technologies, it’s sometimes hard to keep track of everything that’s going on. So here’s a small guide to help you stay up to speed with what’s up and coming […]

A Look at Microsoft’s SharePoint Mobile App

Written by: Ricardo Palhano Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

When will the mobile app be released? For companies that heavily utilize Microsoft SharePoint, a mobile solution is on its way. The official SharePoint mobile apps will be released later this month for iOS, and later this year for Windows Mobile and Android. I, myself, have not had the chance to play with any betas of the […]

What makes a smartphone usable?

Written by: Jake Quartuccio Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

We all have that friend who LOVES Apple. But it can be difficult to tell whether their love for Apple products is based on a fear of missing out (FOMO), or on a real technical superiority that’s exclusive to Apple. Consider phones. Whether people love or hate their phones can be traced back to their […]

Part 2: Possible Use Cases for Microsoft Service Fabric

Written by: Matt Louderback Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

I’m Excited About Service Fabric. Now What? In my last blog, I looked at some of the common pain points Microsoft Service Fabric can help developers with. This week, we’ll take a closer look at some possible use cases. Use Case A possible use case is for a social network where users can send messages […]

Part 2: 7 Simple Suggestions for Mobile Optimization

Written by: Debbie Peterson Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Avoid Being Abandoned Last week we discussed embracing the mobile-friendly movement. Take a moment and look around, if you’re not reading this on a mobile device, you probably have one (or two) sitting within reach. Remember the last time you accessed a site on a mobile device, and you couldn’t read the text, or click […]

Part 1: Mobile-Friendly Doesn’t Mean Mobilegeddon

Written by: Debbie Peterson Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Last week Google rolled out their mobile-friendly update. Web chatter leading up to the April 21st roll-out contained headlines with phrases like “wreak havoc on small business” and “Brace Yourselves”. “Mobilegeddon” descended full force – complete with flaming asteroids and mushroom clouds. Before we tackle “Mobilegeddon”, it’s important to understand Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm. Google’s Search […]

Social Media 101: Listening To Your Fans

Written by: Amir Zonozi Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Social Media 101 Tips: Business isn’t as usual; consumers have become empowered, and stronger than ever. Customers are on multiple social media platforms, increasingly vocal and being heard. If you proactively listen to what is being said about your brand, you will stay ahead of the curve, increase revenue, and make important connections with your […]

Windows Phone 7 Series

Written by: Jorge "El Che" Vasquez Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Earlier this week, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft unveiled “Windows Phone 7 Series“.  This new phone, which Microsoft is targeting to unleash by the 2010 holiday season, will take a stab at the iPhone and its market by providing a completely new user experience (a Zune HD like experience) extensive integration with […]

Finally Liveblogging the Final BlogPotomac

Written by: Mahdi Gharavi Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

Well folks, here it is. We are in the lovely State Theatre in Falls Church, VA, and BlogPotomac has officially started. Keep up with what’s going on here, and search the hashtag #blogpotomac on Twitter. Our event emcees are Shonali Burke, Principal of Shonali Burke Consulting, and DC Hughes, Photojournalist/Multimedia Producer for Lemur News Images […]

X-Life Games surpasses 2,000 registered gamers!

Written by: Daniel Nguyen Subscribe to this Author's RSS feed

. . . MetroStar Systems is pleased to announce that our X-Life Games project has now surpassed 2,000 registered gamers from all around the world!  Our registered gamers represent 99 different countries and many more different cultures. Here’s a list of the Top 5 countries and gamers representing X-Life Games: Egypt               438 Indonesia        323 […]