Welcome to our latest mobile summary of the week, covering January 31 through to February 6. Every week this time we will look at mobile software stack news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Zal Bilimoria, of Andreessen Horowitz discusses the misplaced passion and euphoria regarding the tablet market.
Pando Daily reviews Celery’s clean and easy mobile checkout experience. Outlining how it’s recent $2 million in seed funding and its 30 percent month over month revenue growth will disrupt the shopping checkout process.
Google releases Google Cast Software Development Kit supporting
iOS and Android. Google Chromecast enables multi-screen experiences across mobile devices (phones, tablet, laptops) and large-screen displays
Demo showing the difference between Adaptive, Responsive, Static and Liquid sites for mobile and desktop
Christophe Coenraets Technical Evangelist for SalesForce.com converts his popular employee directory application to Ionic and AngularJS.
HTML/JS goes real time for Mac OS and iPad browsers with instrumental panels for EFIS (electronic flight instrumentation systems)
Mobile Platforms, Vendors and Manufacturers
Xsolla reviews the most interesting findings of AppAnnie report on mobile trends in 2013.
OpenTable Acquires Ness Computing and integrates the personalized restaurant recommendations app Ness into OpenTable.
OpenTable extends its reach beyond restaurant reservation booking to paying for your meal.
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