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iOS 8: Is It OK to Upgrade?

On September 17th, Apple released iOS 8 to the public, with its usage reportedly reaching 46% percent in just one week. Unlike iOS 7, iOS 8 brings many “under the hood” improvements to your devices’ usability, but doesn’t have any substantial user-facing changes. Prior to, and since the official launch date, we’ve been testing Mediafly

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Cross-Platform Mobility: Don’t Leave Users Out in the Cold

Billboards for iPads have been multiplying like rabbits. At every big intersection and train stop here in Chicago, I see ads for them plastered everywhere. And now that Jobs, the Steve Jobs biopic is out, I’m sure Apple products will see another spike in sales. With that said, Android tablets have been carving out a

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The Downsides of Using iBooks for Business

Leave it to Apple to always put its own spin on existing technology, whether it’s a smaller tablet or the recently announced iBeacon point of sale revamp.  iBooks, Apple’s response to the Amazon and Barnes and Noble eBook platforms, pulls all the usual stops one would expect from the Cupertino clan. The updated interface is

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Jimmy Kimmel Live Partners with Mediafly

  JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! NEW MOBILE APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and Mediafly have partnered to create the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” mobile application, now available for download on iOS. Launched during the “Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Academy Awards” special, which premiered the now viral videos featuring Tom Hanks in “Toddlers and

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HTTP Live Streaming and Android

Google finalized Android 3.0 (“Honeycomb”)’s SDK only last week.  Also last week, Motorola released the Xoom, the first Android 3.0 tablet, and a number of other manufacturers have announced their own Android 3.0 tablets. One of the key missing features of the Android platform had been the support of HTTP Live Streaming (also known as HLS).    HLS is a media

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