Firsthand Jolla

Yesterday I got my Jolla. This is a quick blog from day one. The device. It looks nice, It feels nice. There’s nothing wrong with the physical device. If you have a decent sized quality touch screen, a camera, GPS, bluetooth and a working wifi you are pretty much there already, at least in terms

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Leap Motion!

Over a year long wait is over. Leap Motion™ Controller now rests before my Mac, and I’ve had the first tastes using it. When you have to wait something for a year, the expectations tend to cumulate. Especially when the headlines for the last year have spun over Google Glass, the iWatch rumors – and

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Winphones for iPeople?

Curiosity won. A week ago I was offered a shiny new yellow Nokia Lumia 920 as my business phone, and I took it. This entry is about my first week with the winphone. Nokia is an amazing hardware manufacturer. The guys have been working on phones since the dawn of time. The WiFi is flawless,

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Oracle Forms – Time to go

In 2012 we were lucky. We weren’t really hit by any of the security holes Java had had, and for three times we managed to bring our Oracle Forms back from the dead – in just couple of workdays. I’ve been involved in Forms projects for nearly a decade now, and I feel I’ve spent

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Advertising $1.99 apps on AdWords: Don’t.

November 27, 2012 By In iDevelopment No Comment

By my experience from both Kanami and BOUNCE dy, just don’t do it. Running a campaign in Google AdWords for your iPhone app will get a lot of paid visibility in terms of people potentially seeing at least your app name, but that’s about it. The basic math is, that the sales generated from people

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