Robert Nay in Utah has been designing Web sites since the 3rd grade, but now he's seriously into designing cellphone apps. So seriously that a physics game called "Bubble Ball" which he designed recently moved up to the No. 1 free app in Apple's App Store, Spotlight on Digital Media & Learning reports. Apparently with some encouragement from his mom, "Nay taught himself programming after … [Read more...] about 14-year-old’s app is No. 1
Here in the US, we talk about the fixed and mobile Web to sound cutting-edge (or at least to show that we get that more and more people access the Web from cellphones as much as from computers). But in huge swaths of the rest of the world, the Web is already mostly mobile and accessed from regular ol' cellphones, because "in countries where the average daily wage is less than many in the United … [Read more...] about Globally, the Web is mainly mobile already!
We may soon look back on this turn-of-the-decade time as the golden days of endless apps and unrestricted smartphone use – at least when we're not wearing our parent hats (when those are on, even now we're not so care-free about all the app-downloading and photo- and video-sharing via cellphone). But cellphone spectrum traffic jams are on the increase to the point where you may've heard some of … [Read more...] about Cellphone traffic turning into gridlock?