Pay attention! Where will people spend their (media) time in 2018?

It’s pretty common these days for people to complain that they are permanently busy.

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Calldorado joins the ranks of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ELITE

On Wednesday 22 November Calldorado officially became a member of the esteemed London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSEG) ELITE Program. Read More…

Calldorado joins the ranks of the London Stock Exchange Group's ELITE

On Wednesday 22 November Calldorado officially became a member of the esteemed London Stock Exchange Group’s (LSEG) ELITE Program. Read More…

Mobile ads: which format is best for you?

Every new media format mimics its predecessor. The first movies were basically theatre plays on film. The first websites looked like newspapers.

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O yes! All you need to know about Android Oreo

At this autumnal time of year, we start to think about change and renewal.

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Chat till you shop

You can get virtually anything you want from Amazon. The company that once sold books now sells everything from bananas to movie downloads.

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The bizarre story of Nokia and Android

NOKIA and Android

When the history of the mobile phone is written, there will be a special chapter entitled ‘how the hell did that get made?’

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Calldorado underlines growth in India with GMASA award win

On Friday the 7th of July, Calldorado received the award for the “Best monetization & user growth solution” at the Global Mobile App Summit and Awards which was held in Bangalore, India. The award ceremony honored developers and marketers of the best mobile apps of the year.

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The app economy is worth $1.6 trillion. Are you getting your share?

If you’re reading this, you’re in the app business. And right now, that’s a pretty nice place to be.

After nine years, the app economy shows no sign of slowing down. Oh, we’ve all heard the experts say apps are dying – that they’re being slowly killed by dynamic web pages and bots. Read More…

Snap out of it! Will we ever love modular phones?

This week’s big news in Android is the return of the ‘daddy’ of the OS, Andy Rubin. He was the guy who created the Android software and sold it to Google in 2005. Read More…

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