New Mobile Web App Added to the Wap Review Directory – LinuxInsider

Mobile Link: Rating: Content  Usability  Doctype: html Home Page Weight: 1358 KB (772 KB compressed) Category: Linux Description: Online since 2000, LinuxInsider is part of the ECT News Network family of tech and e-business sites. It covers Linux and other free, libre or open source software for an audience of developers, sysadmins and IT managers. Earlier this year, LinuxInsider and the rest of the ECT family were fitted with a shape shifting responsive redesign. At desktop resolutions the site’s homepage design … Continue reading

Added to the Wap Review Mobile Directory: PandoDaily’s Responsive Site

New Site Added to the Wap Review Mobile Directory   Mobile Link: Rating:Content Usability Doctype: HTML Home Page Weight: 5050 KB (3461 KB compressed) Category: Tech News Description: Founded in January, 2012 by former TechCrunch reporter Sarah Lacy, PandoDaily has quickly grown to be one of the top news sites covering Silicon Valley and the startup scene. Like virtually every other news site and blog in the world, PandoDaily is built with WordPress. Unlike the majority of WordPress sites, … Continue reading

Slashdot’s Mobile Webapp

New Site Added to the Wap Review Mobile Directory   Mobile Link: Rating:Content  Usability  Doctype: HTML Home Page Weight: 333 KB Category: Tech News Description: Slashdot, the venerable (founded 1997) user powered tech and politics news site, which was recently acquired by, has a new mobile webapp. Slashdot stories, as well as polls, questions and book reviews, are submitted by users. Other users can vote stories up and down and leave and rate comments. Randomly selected user moderators label stories and comments … Continue reading

post404, New Online Magazine Covering Open Mobile Development

post404 is a new tech blog by designer, developer, ex-Nokian and Nokia Developer Champion Randall @Texrat Arnold. Texrat is a well known member of the Maemo, MeeGo and Qt communities. His old site Tablula Crypticum was one of the more entertaining and insightful tech focused blogs out there. With post404, Randal plans to focus on open source developer communities, with an emphasis on the current doings of former and present Maemo and MeeGo contributors. He aims to build a team … Continue reading

The Verge‘s Eye Pleasing Mobile Edition

Former Engadget editor in chief Joshua Topolsky’s new tech news site, The Verge, went live Nov 1st. I’m happy to report that it includes a nicely done mobile version. Based on Vox Media’s proprietary publishing platform, The Verge’s mobile edition has a clean, modern look that I find a lot more inviting than the overly busy desktop variant. There’s a mini-slideshow at the top of the homepage, which, thankfully, is not automated. Below it are thumb-nailed links to recent posts in chronological order followed by … Continue reading Made Mobile Friendly with Mobify

MakUseOf is a popular tech blog that reviews desktop and mobile software, websites and webapps and offers tips and downloads to help make your computer and smartphone use more productive. The emphasis is on great but little known Websites, free apps  and tips for Linux, Mac, iPhone and Windows users. In addition to the main blog, MakeUseOf also hosts the Directory, an extensive catalog with capsule reviews of the editor’s favorite mobile and web apps.  MakeUseOf Answers is a user … Continue reading

GigaOm’s New Mobile Template

GigaOm is on my short list of must read tech blogs. Founded in 2001 by veteran technology and business journalist Om Malik (Red Herring, Forbes, Business 2.0) it has grown to become one of the most widely read online journals covering the business of the web and technology. Om, who is one of the most knowledgeable analysts in the industry and a great interviewer, has assembled a team of first-rate writers for the site including Kevin C. Tofel, who specializes … Continue reading

paidContent Mobile Works in All Browsers

Although it’s been around since 2007, I just discovered the mobile edition of, a leading tech news site covering digital media including entertainment, publishing, advertising, marketing, and technology. Founded in 2002, Paid content was acquired in 2008 by the UK’s Guardian Media Group, publisher of The Observer and Guardian daily newspapers. The mobile edition has a clean attractive design that echoes the style of paidContent’s desktop site.  has managed to create a one size fits all mobile webapp … Continue reading