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14 March 2013
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FTC – Mobile App Disclosure Guidelines

FTC released a new set of guidelines for developers of applications for mobile devices. It is now mandatory to make important disclosures easy for users to find rather than burying them. On Wednesday the Federal Trade Commission in a guidance for technology companies said that the app developers should limit the information collected, store it securely and dispose […]


13 March 2013
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Apps
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Paypal Buys Mobile App Developer Duff Research

In a recent move PayPal acquired mobile app developer Duff Research. The reason cited by Paypal for this move is to become more more nimble and technology focused. However the payment processing giant (owned by eBay Inc) did not disclose the price at which it bought Duff Research. Duff Research is a relatively new company […]


8 March 2013
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Android
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Drugs.com Lauches iOS and Android Apps

In a major development  the leading online drug resource Drugs.com launched a mobile app. This app will improve patient engagement in their own medication management. The app is named as “Drugs.com Medication Guide” app and it is now available for download in both iOS and Android app markets and it is available as a free […]


5 March 2013
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iOS
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Apple’s iWatch to Run iOS

Speculators and investors over the past few years are betting on an Apple’s iWatch. We are coming across several write-ups on Apple’s iWatch, more frequently since the beginning of 2013. New York Times recently reported that Apple was working on a transparent wristwatch made out of curved glass. There is some truth to these claims […]


2 March 2013
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Google Launches Mobile App Download Ads

Google has now introduced a new mobile app download ad format. This is aimed at making it easier for the end users to directly download advertisers’ apps. At this point of time this ad format supports both iTunes and Google Play. However this format is not for everyone. It is only available for users with […]


28 February 2013
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Apps
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HTML5 Mobile Apps Security Issues

Three weeks ago techcrunch published an article on how Path.com was fined for stealing their user’s contact list and saving it onto their servers. Path was made to pay such a huge fine just because it did not comply with COPPA. The also also elaborated on how the FTC introduced a new set of guidelines for mobile developers. This […]