Mobincube, An App Builder For Non-Programmers Gets More Funding

Mobincube by Mobimento Mobile is a cutting-edge and easy-to-use online App builder that allows businesses and individuals to create world-class Apps for smartphones and tablets without any programming skills. Apps built with Mobincube are fully customizable and monetizable. Despite a marketing focus on folk who can’t code, the startup also claims its tools can help developers increase their work rate by speeding up the time it takes...

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Cut Back on iOS 7’s Thirst For Battery

If you’re upgrading your current device to iOS 7, you will see a noticeable decrease in battery life. If you’re looking to avoid dead batteries, here are a few settings you can tweak to keep iOS 7 from sucking your iPhone’s life. iOS 7 lets certain apps refresh even when you’re not using them, which is both super convenient and a big problem for users who want the most out of their batteries. For some apps,...

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What’s The Best Way to Take Notes?

I’ve always been a big fan of Evernote and of Livescribe pens and paper.  Both are using modern technologies that help you store everything you write down and even the audio from meetings, lectures, etc.  But what’s the right technology for you?  Lifehacker takes a close look at some of the technologies and rates them for the average note taker. You have about a billion options for notes apps on your computer and your...

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Looking to Upgrade Your iPhone? Where to sell it, and for how much

Apple‘s next iPhone is coming next week, which means it’s time to consider chucking your old phone for a shiny new one.   Here’s where you can get the most cash for your soon-to-be-outdated iPhone. eBay: You’ve got to auction it off to the highest bidder, with a used 16GB iPhone 5 in good condition going for around $200, and a mint condition phone of the same storage capacity going for around $430....

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Samsung Smartphone Users Switching to Apple iPhone at 3x Rate

The latest market data shows that Apple is winning over Samsung users from Android at three times the rate that the Korean firm is wooing iPhone owners into the open source fold. The data, based on four quarterly reports between June 2012 and July 2013 from analyst house Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, showed that 33 per cent of people who changed phones to Apple were previously Android users, while just 11 per cent switched...

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