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Apple devices dominated in mobile ad impressions across the globe in Q3 of 2013. According to marketingcharts.com, the iPhone commanded 49% share of mobile device impressions across the globe, with the iPod Touch adding another 8.6%. Apple was even more dominant in impression share when it came to tablets, with the iPad gobbling up 76% share in Q3. With a CTR index of 1.14, the iPad bested all other tablets, although it fell behind a variety of other tablets in the eCPM index.

Every marketer and business owner know it is important for their business to be on the Mobile platform. But everyone struggles when it comes to choosing between Mobile App and Mobile Website. Mobile websites are great and it doesn't require users to download and install anything on their smart phone or tablet, but do they provide the features that an app can provide? Each has different purpose and the mobile websites are not necessarily a replacement for an App. But, let us see what the users preference and where they spend more time?

Apple recently announced some landmark news about its oldest surviving operating system: It will not charge for the latest big upgrade, Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, breaking from a tradition that goes back 16 years and shining a light on a long-unfolding reversal in how tech profits are made. And just last week, Microsoft announced that, much like Apple, it would not charge consumers who upgrade their machines to the latest version of Windows, version 8.1.

Drupal provides the option to manage multiple sites from a single instance. This is a very nice feature that could be useful if you need to have more than one site with common business requirement. Here is the step-by-step instruction on how it is done:

Many have argued that HTML5 can’t compete with high quality computer gaming, but this is about to change with WebGL powered HTML5. WebGL is a new standard in HTML5 that allows games to gain access to hardware acceleration. Just like native games. The introduction of WebGL in HTML5 is a massive leap in what the browser can deliver and it allows for web games to be built with previously unseen graphics quality.

How cool it would be if you could access your favorite iPhone apps from your Android phone or tablet or vice-versa? Remember your dual booting PC? Windows OS in one partition and Linux on the other; soon you could do the same from your mobile phone. A dual-booting mobile phone?

There is no secret to anyone that people are browsing the web more from their smartphones and tablets rather than from traditional computers. So having a mobile-friendly site for business nowadays is more important than ever.

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