It’s Been A Busy Fortnight For Web Spiders

In the last fortnight, Web Spiders developed an Android version of its popular event2mobile app for Elsevier.  Elsevier is the world’s foremost provider of science and health information, serving more than 30 million scientists, students, and health and information professionals.…Read more
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Mobile Apps Development – To Do or Not To Do?

There are more mobile phone subscribers than toothbrushes. – Economics of Apps – University of Oxford There are currently over 5.3 billion mobile subscribers (almost 80% percent of the world population) and in the next 2-3 years, mobile internet is…Read more
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Drupal 7.0 Is Here!

The latest offering of open source content management system has hit the market with a BANG. Quoting the words of Mr. Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project leader – “…approximately a 1,000 people have contributed to Drupal 7.0 and the…Read more
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Top Smart Phones of 2010

To all the Android vs iPhone vs Windows Phone vs Blackberry types, it’s the season to be jolly, so can’t we all just get along? 2010 had plenty of great smartphones for any and all of you, and just to…Read more
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Google Voice Steps Inside the iOS

All right, stop the presses, because hell just froze over. After more than a year, Apple has finally okayed the Google Voice App for the iTunes App Store. The app allows iPhone users to route call to multiple phone numbers…Read more
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The Android Rises

Ok, so Apple just passed RIM in terms of global sales. It’s been some time coming now, and the dominance of the iOS platform has shocked a grand total of nobody worldwide. However, what about those poor souls who don’t…Read more
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Features of Apple’s New iOS 4

Apple made an exciting announcement at the WWDC about the new iOS 4, the iPhone’s new operating system. The OS will be released with the new iPhone 4 next month, and will also be available as a free software update…Read more
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