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How to Become an App Store Millionaire: Make a Hit App, and Don’t Make Anything Else

Original post by Peter Kafka via All things D Three years ago, Igor Pusenjak and his brother Marko unveiled Doodle Jump, an addictive game that quickly became one of the biggest hits at Apple’s App Store. It turned them into millionaires. So, what are they doing for an encore? Nothing. While most other developers might try to follow the success of […]

Apigee Opens Up Enterprise-Level API Management to All for Free

Original post by Darrell Etherington via betakit Why Apigee? You need apps and apps need APIs.Apigee is the leading API plat form for enterprises and developers Apigee, the application programming interface (API) management company with clients including Netflix, Getty Images and Walgreens, today announced that it would be making use of its platform available for free to […]

HR Insight renews support for TechMeetups’ London Silicon roundabout community

HR advice sessions for TechMeetups Members from  London Silicon Roundabout Partner HR Insight! Now more than ever before, employers are seeking the help of human resource management professionals who can give practical advice on all aspects of employment law.  HR Insight is a London Silicon Roundabout based Human Resource & Employment law specialists team. The […]

The Rise of the New York Startup Scene

Original post by RACHEL METZ via  technologyreview A growing number of techies are calling New York City home, and investors are paying attention. When Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai started building their location-sharing startup,Foursquare, in 2008, they chose New York City for their headquarters, and Crowley’s kitchen table in the East Village served as their first workspace. “We […]

Is This Apple’s Next iPhone? Yeah, Sure, Why Not

Is This Apple’s Next iPhone? Yeah, Sure, Why Not

Original post by JOHN BIGGS via TC For the past few weeks Apple parts have been leaking left and right. Today, about three weeks before we expect the new iPhone to launch, iResq has rebuilt the new iPhone from spare parts, showing the new connector (a micro USB-sized port that I predicted a month ago) and a slightly longer screen. The glut of photos […]