Oct 17, 2011 - web    No Comments

Why Google+ can overtake Facebook

Almost a month has gone since Google+ opened up for open beta meaning that you no longer need an invitation to join Google+.

The move has been so well received by the public that growth shot up to 1269% according to Experian hitwise. The graph below:

Google+ open beta growth

Google+ open beta growth

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Sep 27, 2011 - web    No Comments

Second take on Google+

Apologies for not writing lately but I have been busy with my app.

I’ll try to wrap up this post pretty quickly as I am pretty sure by now, a lot of people have access to Google+ since they opened their doors to the public last week.

After we looked at circles last time, we will be looking at hangouts, sparks, huddle and instant uploads.

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May 13, 2011 - mobile    No Comments

Where the future of WAC lies…

The apps market is a lucrative business, so lucrative that operators, handset OEMs, aggregators and other businesses (like Opera and Amazon) have created their own app stores in a bid to get a slice of the cake. For 2011, the whole apps market has been estimated to bring in around $15 billion globally and this is expected to rise to $38 billion by 2015.


WAC launched at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, promised to make it easier for developers to sell and build apps irrespective of device or technology. One year on, WAC is open for business with the launch of its application store and the release of version 2.0 of its specifications.

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