iOS vs Android

More iOS or Android users in Hampton Roads?

What do you think? iOS or Android? Apple or Google? A recent Nielsen report shows there are almost twice as many Android users than iOS users in Hampton Roads. Perception versus reality can be a tough pill to swallow sometimes. … Read More

More Rumors of A New BlackBerry Running Android

BlackBerry hardware + Google OS (Android) = Success? Could this be a good thing for BlackBerry? Will this satisfy that CrackBerry keyboard addiction? Many thanks to our friends at CrackBerry for the images and leak information.

Google Android’s New OS Named Marshmallow

This one is for the Android fanbois. Your OS finally has a name. For a while Android’s new OS, in development, was just called “M,” but now it finally has a name, “Marshmallow.” In keeping with tradition, the new OS … Read More

Weekly Recap from The JASE Studio, May 25-31 — What time is our coffee meeting?

Gooood morning, Vietnam! How fun would that be to walk into the office and hear Robin Williams belt out that memorable chant? 🙂 I hope you’re having a good Monday so far. Let me know what time works for you … Read More

Microsoft Office On Android Tablets

Microsoft announced this week that they’re increasing their partnership with 20 new Android tablet production companies. Microsoft is pushing to have its Microsoft Office apps on every platform, especially on their home screens. Will you be using Microsoft Office on … Read More

Mac vs. Windows. iOS vs. Android. Ever wonder the real numbers?

Do you ever wonder how many Mac users there are in the world? Or how many Windows users there really are? Here is a no-propaganda-driven view of our real-world. Check it out and let us know if any of these … Read More

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All-in-one Marketing Platform For Your Restaurant: Mobile Websites

It has been estimated that more than 60% of restaurant searches in 2014 were done with mobile phones. Let JASE make sure that your mobile website totally syncs with your main website. Let your JASE restaurant website do the work … Read More

Wealthiest Consumers Prefer the iPhone Over Other Smartphones

Four out of ten of wealthier consumers prefer the iPhone over other smartphones on the market, according to an eMarketer report from a May 2013 Pew Research survey. For households making $75+ per year, 40% of people choose the iPhone … Read More

Do You Need a Mobile Website?

Here are the facts*: Wireless subscriber connections (smartphones, tablets, etc): 326.4M Wireless-only households: 35.8% Mobile Internet advertising: $2.4B More and more people are using smartphones in the U.S. every day. More and more consumers are depending on shopping from their iPhones, … Read More

Facebook Bug Causes Page Insights To Be Misreported – Admin Data Has Been Incorrect For Months

According to Facebook, in an attempt to speed up its iOS and Android apps, Facebook accidentally stripped out too much data about news feeds post by Pages. The resulting impact was that Page Insights have been negatively misreported for months, … Read More

RIM Name Change to Blackberry for Better Branding

What’s the best way to make a comeback? According to BlackBerry, change your name. In hopes of regaining the original #TeamBlackBerry, fanatics of Blackberry handsets that remained loyal to RIM when Apple introduced the iPhone, RIM has decided to change … Read More

Twitter Launches Header Feature, Redesigns iPad App

In a recent interview on the Today Show, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo revealed the latest Twitter update. Among the changes are a completely redesigned iPad app, profile pages now have a header image similar to the banner image on Facebook … Read More

Google Smartphone Mobile Site Study: Link Between Mobile-Friendly Sites and Sales Leads

What is a quick way for a retail company to lose a potential customer? Answer: To have a website that is not mobile-friendly. If your target audience is primarily mobile users, a website that is not optimized for smartphone use is like slamming … Read More

The iPhone 5 is Alive, but is your Company’s Smartphone App?

“The biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone” has finally arrived. After two years of rumors (basically since the iPhone 4 was launched), the iPhone 5 is finally here. Amid the excitement app developers and businesses are scrambling to … Read More

LinkedIn Rolls Out Updated iPhone, iPad, Android Apps

LinkedIn has rolled out several new updates to include revamping its mobile features on the iPhone, Android and iPad apps. According to a LinkedIn blog post, below are some of the new mobile features: On iPhone and Android: Real-time notifications … Read More