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By: Hillel Fuld The world of technology has taught us time and time again that creating a superior product is not even half the battle. The marketing, distribution, and ongoing maintenance of a product are just as important for its success. WebOS is the perfect example of a product many praised but did not withstand the pressures of the competitive…

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By: Hillel Fuld If you are an iOS or Android developer, you have most likely heard of Ansca Mobile, the creators of the Corona SDK. Well, as of a few weeks ago, we have joined forces with Ansca Mobile as you can read about on Yahoo News here. For the launch of the new year and this exciting new partnership,…

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By: Hillel Fuld In the mobile world, much has been said about the comparison of the different platforms and how the market share will pan out in the coming years. Everyone is talking about iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, etc. What people tend to ignore is the increased leverage that companies like Samsung have over Google and the success of…

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By: Hillel Fuld If you have been following this blog, you know we have an issue with a binary view of the mobile space. To create drama and a “story”, many online (and offline) journalists like to view this space in black and white terms. You know what I mean, “Alive or Dead”, “Amazing or Horrible”, and “A Killer or…

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By: Hillel Fuld It seems that lately, part of being a journalist, or at least an online one, is making comparisons or creating competition where this is none. People like to talk in blanket statements of dead or alive, winner or loser, and as Steve Jobs was known for, something is either “revolutionary” or “complete and utter crap”. Well, sorry…

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By: Hillel Fuld “Oh, Apple, what would we do without you?” If you have been reading this blog from way back when, you might recall a post we wrote about the ongoing Getjar Apple battle over the word “App”. You can read that here. I am no lawyer, but something about a company forcing someone to stop using a word…

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By: Hillel Fuld So many predictions are flying around the internet for 2012, but some of the main trends we can expect to take off include mobile payments, NFC, and augmented reality. If you are not familiar with augmented reality, I would have to say, out of all the modern day technologies brought to the world by the mobile revolution,…

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By: Hillel Fuld By now, we have all heard about the ongoing battle between iOS and Android, or more precisely, Apple and Google. From day one, Steve Jobs was pretty open about his feelings toward Google and its new mobile offering. In fact, he vowed to destroy Android, which he viewed, much like Windows in the PC space, as a…

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By: Hillel Fuld Over the years, many people in the tech space have called the Israeli startup scene a mini Silicon Valley. Israel has the highest number of entrepreneurs per capita and 2011 was a booming year in this regard. Of course, there are some Israeli startups in the world of technology that have already reached millions of global users and you have most…

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By: Hillel Fuld The holidays are behind us and the new year is around the corner. What that means in the world of tech and mobile is a variety of things. For starters, it is time to sum up the year in terms of the trends we predicted we’d see and which of them came to fruition in 2011. it…