Instagram Stories are now coming to the web. The Facebook owned photo and video sharing site will now let you post Stories from mobile web and desktop. Prior to this, you could upload stories only via Instagram’s mobile apps. Continue reading “Instagram rolls out Stories for the mobile web”
Instagram has added the ability to upload images from its mobile website. The move comes from the Facebook owned photo and video sharing app as it targets users from countries with expensive data and slower internet speeds. According to TechCrunch, Instagram was testing this functionality since March. Continue reading “Instagram adds ability to upload photos and videos from its mobile website”
With an aim to offer faster loading of mobile pages, Google has announced “Accelerated Mobile Pages“. The new open source initiative improves the performance of the mobile web and is Google’s answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles.
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Cleartrip has given its mobile website a major makeover. The company has taken cue from its desktop client and added the Tuxedo project redesign to its mobile website.
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In a bid to help find and return missing children, Facebook has announced the launch of Amber (America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) Alerts. The new initiative is aimed at locating missing children in the US by using the world’s largest social network.
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eCommerce has been the biggest success in India, where majority of Indian companies have tapped the immense potential it had. eCommerce has completely changed the market arena, by enabling people to access the services provided by various companies, in almost any field. It has become the in-thing, where every company had to adopt it, for their growth and survival. Continue reading “eBay India goes Mobile”
Now you can access the tons of information Wikipedia on your mobile phone through the Wikipedia Mobile Website which made its to the news last month
The website takes into account the problems of reading on the go and has split large articles into multiple pages.
But the fun part is that that bloggers around the world made it a big news
I got in touch with the Wikipedia team and here is the reply i got
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Google claims that the company has noted a rise in Internet activity among mobile phone users in recent months since the company has introduced faster Web services on selected phone models.
Google has noted a sharp increase in Internet usage on phones from services it has begun offering in recent months on Blackberry e-mail phones, Nokia devices for multimedia picture and video creators and business professionals and the Apple iPhone.
“We have very much hit a watershed moment in terms of mobile Internet usage,” Matt Waddell, a product manager for Google Mobile, said in an interview. “We are seeing that mobile Internet use is in fact accelerating.” Continue reading “Google says Internet usage by Mobile phone users on the rise”