Apps

Week in Review: There’s so much more to hackathons
We should start capturing data from the various hackathons organised so that we can spot trends and key information that arises from these gatherings of mainly technically literate young people, suggests Karamjit Singh.
Lotaris gets Microsoft boost, seals mobile payment partnership
Lotaris says its in-appCommerce service is the only endorsed alternative to the default Microsoft Commerce engine in the Windows Store, and also announced a partnership agreement with a mobile payments company.
Enterprise-centric Disrupt a pleasant surprise
The nice mix of seasoned entrepreneurs, eager start-ups and corporate types at Disrupt pleases DNA founder Karamjit Singh, as does the enterprise-centric discussion that ensued.
MDeC now aims ICON program at Windows Phone 8, with Nokia’s help
MDeC's third iteration of its ICON (Integrated Content Development) program to foster the development of local mobile app content will focus on Microsoft Corp’s new Windows Phone 8 platform, in partnership with Nokia.
Sime Darby claims 1,500 downloads of its iPhone app
Sime Darby Healthcare (SDH) iPhone application recorded more than 1,500 downloads and managed to schedule over 90 patient-doctor appointments since it was first launch in August 2012.
Make a personal commitment to the market: Lotaris founder Tibbs
Technopreneurs keep hearing that refrain about how you should show your commitment and passion for your idea by putting “some skin in the game.” Lotaris founder and CEO Robert Tibbs has his own variation: 'It has always been my business philosophy to make a personal commitment to the markets that support a business.'
Focused on TaxiMonger
TaxiMonger’s co-founder Nizran Noordin talks about the lessons he learnt from a three-month accelerator program he took part in this past June.
Local apps now in stock at Windows Store
US technology giant Microsoft Corp recently showcased 12 Malaysian-made apps which now available via the Windows Store.recently showcased 12 Malaysian-made apps which now available via the Windows Store.
We're ready for the App Economy, but are operators?
Recent research conducted by Ericsson ConsumerLab, on the estimated 63% Internet users in Malaysia, shows that smartphone penetration has the potential to rise from 47% to 73% and tablet penetration from 14% to 48%.
Banks should be banking on APIs and apps, not applications
Current application portfolios are preventing banks from making the transformation they need to re-engage with customers and stakeholders, according to research firm Gartner.
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