My company –Hypercube– is reinventing the smartphone. http://blog.hyprcb.com
We hope to empower mobile app developers with entirely new paradigms that completely change the way we think about software. We are shifting the focus away from native apps by creating a notification feed designed specifically and exclusively for websites or any service connected to the web. If we are right, this will set in motion the death of native apps and thus the proprietary control platforms exert over developers – and this, is how we start to reinvent the smartphone.
Read more here: http://blog.hyprcb.com/post/74297780150/lets-make-a-phone
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My company –Hypercube– is reinventing the smartphone. http://blog.hyprcb.com

We hope to empower mobile app developers with entirely new paradigms that completely change the way we think about software. We are shifting the focus away from native apps by creating a notification feed designed specifically and exclusively for websites or any service connected to the web. If we are right, this will set in motion the death of native apps and thus the proprietary control platforms exert over developers – and this, is how we start to reinvent the smartphone.

Read more here: http://blog.hyprcb.com/post/74297780150/lets-make-a-phone

Sign up here: http://hyprcb.com

Last July I wrote about fake followers on Twitter. One account I researched had 7,673 followers, now they have 3,858. They’re a startup in San Francisco. As you can see here, their account was purged by exactly 39 followers everyday. I think that has more to do with the way Twittercounter syncs their log. They probably just interpolated the daily reduction between the two syncs. The likelihood is that there was a sharp drop-off of hundreds, maybe thousands, in one day. Seems like Twitter are cracking down on those fake followers?

Last July I wrote about fake followers on Twitter. One account I researched had 7,673 followers, now they have 3,858. They’re a startup in San Francisco. As you can see here, their account was purged by exactly 39 followers everyday. I think that has more to do with the way Twittercounter syncs their log. They probably just interpolated the daily reduction between the two syncs. The likelihood is that there was a sharp drop-off of hundreds, maybe thousands, in one day. Seems like Twitter are cracking down on those fake followers?