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Developing with Google Maps v2 for Android

New on MobiForge: Weimeng Lee's how-to on getting Google Maps v2 for Android up and running.

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HTML5 Device Orientation API: How To

Over on mobiForge, Ruadhan O' Donoghue continues his series of articles on HTML5 for the mobile web. This time focusing on the Device Orientation API which can report how a device is physically oriented in space through the device sensors.

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What does iOS7 mean for developers?

Over on mobiForge, Sean McGrath of The Cloud looks at the new iOS7 and the waves it has created in development and design circles. While Apple's operating system may be due an overhaul, the jury is still out on the beta OS.

Design for Touch Devices

Designing for Touch Screen Interfaces

Just published over at our sister site mobiForge, we look at the main considerations when designing for touch screen.

Firefox OS

Firefox OS imminent launch

We have been tracking the emergence of Mozilla OS over on our sister site MobiForge. With the OS due to launch in several markets shortly, this article takes a look at the potential impact FIrefox OS could have in the marketplace. Head over to mobiForge to check it out.

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DeviceAtlas 4.0 released today: Dynamic Data provides real-time information on a device's context

Today we announce release 4.0 of DeviceAtlas. DeviceAtlas 4.0 represents a significant evolution of the product for dotMobi and our customers. We are very excited to bring Dynamic Data to DeviceAtlas for the first time.

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One web experience: why mobile web should be accessible to all device types

Research from IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker released in March, shows that in Q1 2013 smartphones outshipped feature phones globally for the first time.  Some 51.6% of the total phone shipments were smartphones.

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Adobe Digital Marketing Summit

We attended the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit last week in London. The show was Adobe's biggest yet with more than 2500 attendees over two days.

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Responsive or Device Detection? Mobile Development at Breaking Development Orlando 2013

A little over than a week ago, as the dotMobi’s CTO I attended Breaking Development Orlando, one of the most important conferences on emerging techniques for web development and design for mobile devices. Some thoughts:

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Fine Tuning Mobile: A study of how large Webcos do it

Last week, dotMobi CTO Ronan Cremin published a very interesting study on Mobiforge looking at how some of the biggest companies on the web fine

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