The Top 5 Myths of Mobile Apps — And Why Believing Them Will Hurt Your Business

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The app economy will reach $189 billion in revenue by 2020. And also, the time spent in apps nearly will be doubled over the past two years there’s no denying the massive opportunity for businesses to expand their reach and tap into the app advantage. The mobile-first mindset has spread across consumers and many businesses. And, now that mobile has

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Neverthink is a video app for when you really want to lean back

Neverthink is a video app for when you really want to lean back

Just be the most ‘lean back’ online video experience yet, Neverthink takes content sourced from YouTube, Reddit and elsewhere and re-packages it into non-skippable channels. The result is a TV-like experience that, say its creators, is more “on-demand distraction” than on-demand video. “People watch video online is for distraction,” says Neverthink co-founder Aviv Junno. “To clear their mind after a

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Will Mobile Apps Change How We Interact With Ecommerce Websites?

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2016 will have an end soon, and it has seen remarkable changes in how people view online shopping as a whole. Last year, physical stores were full of people swarming to grab the lowest Black Friday deals, but this 2016, we’ve seen tides change as people now turn to online shopping because of its hassle-free benefits. We can clearly see

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Reports of a Facebook fake news detector are apparently a plugin

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Facebook is showing red warning labels above fake news which links in the News Feed for some users in what appears to be a limited test. TechCrunch attained the screenshot below of the warning from a source. “This website is not a reliable news source. Reason: Classification Pending” , as the warning shows. In some cases, ‘State-Sponsored News’ appears as

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