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New study: Australian consumers prefer e-mails & texts over mobile apps & social media...

Cloud communications platform Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) has released new research showing that despite an explosion of new channels, email and text are still the preferred channels for consumers when talking to businesses.

In our mobile age B2C and B2B simply cannot afford to forget about apps

At one point in time, it was more cost effective to develop a mobile version or mobile-friendly site and call it a day. That...

Is your business prepared for the future of mobile or still living in the...

Do you remember Doc Brown, Marty McFly and their famous time machine? After having messed things up in the first Back to the Future...

Zip, zap, app! How ZAPPP is empowering the small guy

A strong focus of the app platform is the ability to engage and reward users. That has come from Al-Attas’ belief that “an app is useless if it doesn’t add value to the life of the user.” He also held the view that current apps “weren’t offering fans anything more than what they could find online.”

How one new app helps you (or your business) get a ‘boost’ around Sydney

We’ve all been there. Out-and-about the city with no charge left on our mobile. It’s a sinking feeling, really. It's like living in 1996 all over again. A new company in Sydney called Chargebar is setting up their charging stations at locations across the city, and looking to expand nationally.

Qumpit: online queuing, with benefits

Some things in life need to be spelled out very simply before they have any impact. Like learning how to say the name of new business ‘Qumpit,’ a digital startup that aims to provide a physical queuing experience online.

How to create an iPhone app: Five lessons from the team at goCatch

Thinking of creating a mobile app? Don’t just think black-belt design and interface. Think value, think business model. App development is serious business. Apple already...

10 things I learned while designing my iPhone application

Christopher Wilkie is 24 years old and trained in psychology, computer science, accounting and finance. For someone of his stamina, developing an app should be a cinch, right? Not so much, he admits. Here are 10 things that Wilkie learned while developing his first iPhone app, DELUX, an on-demand car-booking enterprise.
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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...