I AM NOT THE first person to complain about the permanence of Apple’s preloaded apps. I am in no way the most qualified to complain about Apple Music. I would, though, like a chance to join this chorus—because I want to make Music go away. And frankly, it’s in Apple’s best interest to let me.
More job searches take place on mobile devices than the desktop, and two-thirds of email is read on mobile devices. Yet many human resource (HR) departments lack the mobile policies and technology to recruit top talent that’s increasingly on the go.
Nowhere are mobile video games more popular — or lucrative — than in Asia. And now Asian companies are making big bets that they can spread some of their expertise in mobile gaming to the United States.
Ahead of Twitter’s upcoming developer conference Flight, Twitter’s Answers service — which provides developers with a real-time display of events happening with their apps — is getting a big update that provides developers with a more robust way to track their apps.
The inspiring mission of a non-profit in New York called New York On
Tech is to inspire the next generation of tech leaders out of Brooklyn.
Founded by Jessica Santana and Evin Robinson, the organization offers a
yearlong program to high schoolers from Brooklyn to teach them both
programming and other professional skills.