Category: Mobile

Sencha.com – HTML5 mobile application framework

        Filed under: Mobile, Web Development

If you are looking to build mobile apps that will work across all mobile devices and operating systems then Sencha might be the HTML5 framework you should be using. Almost two years ago, Sencha Touch pioneered a whole new way of creating mobile apps that run across multiple platforms with HTML5. Since then, HTML5 has … Continued


Starbuck’s partners with iPhone and AT&T

Starbuck’s partners with iPhone and AT&T

        Filed under: Mobile

The iPhone GPS locators finds the closest Starbuck’s December 8, 2008, Seattle.  In a brilliant marketing move, Starbuck’s (SBUX), AT&T (ATT) and Apple (APPLE) team up to provide a Starbuck’s store locator application for the iPhone.  With only two swipes of your thumb, the iPhone’s built-in GPS system will determine where you are, vector it … Continued



Google’s new iPhone, er G1 phone by T-Mobile

Google’s new iPhone, er G1 phone by T-Mobile

        Filed under: Mobile, Technology

The T-Mobile G1 with Google is the first commercially available phone to run on the ‘Android’ operating system, the first operating system built by Google Inc, empowers developers with tools to create and offer consumers applications.  Look out Apple, AT&T, and Verizon … the Google G1 may be a force to reckon with.  Google is … Continued


WordPress embraces the iPhone

WordPress embraces the iPhone

        Filed under: Mobile, WordPress

Adobe’s Flash and Apple’s iPhone may not play together, but WordPress and the iPhone do. July 24, 2008, San Francisco, WordPress introduces the first Open Source app that lets you write posts, upload photos, and edit your WordPress blog from your iPhone or iPod Touch. With support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.5.1 or … Continued


New iPhone Hits the Streets

New iPhone Hits the Streets

        Filed under: Mobile, Technology

So, I was coming up the escalator on the Washington DC metro rail at the Chinatown/Gallery Place Metro and noticed for the first time an AT&T store.  As I got to the top of the escalator, I saw this huge line wrapping around the building.   There must have been 300 people waiting in line … Continued