Even the most enthusiastic of online marketers need some time-off. From myself, Aaron, Karin & Michael, I’d like to wish all of you a happy, healthy and restful holiday. I hope you manage to get away from your desks and PCs, and spend some quality time with family and friends. See you next week… yes it’s brief, but better than … Read More
Good news for the software industry: prison for pirating software: “Three defendants were sentenced to prison today for their roles in an online copyright infringement scheme involving the sale of counterfeit software worth $2.5 million, Acting Assistant Attorney General Matthew Friedrich of the Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton for the Western District of Texas announced. … The court … Read More
Like many professionals during these difficult economic times, software developers are being asked to continue producing the same quality end product but with significantly reduced budgets. What is a software developer to do? One of the best ways for struggling developers to get more out of their diminished funds is to take full advantage of all the open source software … Read More
Google has announced that they are making an unlocked version of the G1 phone available to members of the Android developer network. The phone, which costs $400, is intended to provide mobile software developers with a “real world” hardware environment in which to test their applications. The G1 is the first mobile device to use Google’s Android mobile operating system. It’ll be interesting to see … Read More
If you haven’t visited CNET’s upload.com recently, you might be surprised by their new look. They’ve also made some changes that you might find interesting. Firstly, CNET’s download.com and VersionTracker.com appear to have combined forces so you can now upload your listings for both sites from within your Upload.com account. This should be a good time saver. And in a … Read More
Too much is happening. I have to blog again! Watch this space.