Who Needs A Menu Button Anymore?
Not just a game or i-enhanced book, Chasing Salander gives an exceedingly well-known book a new story, for fans and those (three or four people) who haven’t read the original.
"There’s 50 things loaded up on my phone at any given time, and 40 of them I never use," says Tony Conrad, Partner, True Ventures.
It seems like a waste of such beautiful hardware not to use more apps. App Mania persists much to the benefit of Google and Apple, suddenly the gatekeepers of everything you seek on your phone.
Are apps indeed the future? Will mobile browsing crawl out of infancy and be able to power experiences on a similar scale as applications you’ve downloaded? This video explores what the future of mobile browsing might look like.
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Hacking the Internet!
What do you need to get online in rural Africa?
Find out from Boukary Konaté, from Rising Voices grantee project Segou Village Connection.
Opportunities in Mobile Health
The United States and other industrialized countries can learn from experiments in the developing world that use the humble cell phone as a platform for innovation.
Full Story: Stanford Social Innovation Review
This is a great read. Also, don’t miss our coverage of innovation in mobile health here.