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Webmaker lets you make your own web page, right on your smartphone

Back in the day when the World Wide Web aka the Internets were just starting, building a website was a huge challenge. Codes may not be complicated yet but since only a few people knew web design and development, creating one would take time. You need experts to make one for you and understanding the simplest HTML code was a pain. Well, that was more than a decade ago. In this day and age, anyone, young and old alike, could easily make a webpage, thanks to numerous web tools and mobile apps.

Pay what you want for expert web design training [DEALS]

The web is a vast resource fraught with competition. It’s dog eat dog out there and only the cream of the crop tend to survive the long haul. All others are sadly beaten and quickly forgotten. But if you act fast and take advantage of this deal before it ends on Sunday, you stand a chance of making it out alive. So how can you ensure the survivability of your web presence? That’s a good question and, luckily, it’s easy to answer: Stay abreast of web design and development advancements with high quality training, like the training you’ll receive with the Pay What You Want Front End Developer Bundle, available from Android Community Deals right now.

Pay What You Want to Learn Elite Web Development Skills

Over the past 2 decades, we have come to rely on the internet for the majority of our communications, information, shopping, and much more. If the internet is going to be around for the long haul, wouldn’t it make sense to know how it works? If you have a message, then you need to know how to draw an audience via the web to hear it. That’s why Android Community Deals is pleased to offer the Pay What You Want: Learn to Design Bundle.

Google updates Gmail mobile interface for Android

Google made some changes to the web-based Gmail app for iOS users several months back, and well, as of today it looks like that same update has come available for other mobile platforms. This update includes Android, however users can also expect to see the changes when using a BlackBerry and also a Kindle Fire. And in addition to the update for Gmail on the web, Google has also updated the Gmail Offline app for Chrome on the desktop.

CyanogenMod domain shuts down after extortion attempt [Update]

Some sad news has appeared over the past few hours regarding the most popular and biggest community developed ROM for Android. No, our beloved CyanogenMod ROM isn't going anywhere but their domain, official site, entire history, and email has all been shut down and compromised as of late. Sadly when things get big sometimes greed gets involved and that's exactly the case here.

Nexus 7 ad graces Google’s homepage

Whoa! There's a lot of different options when it comes to advertising a big product. I'm sure several of you have seen the Nexus 7 camping commercial on your home televisions but this latest move by Google is even bigger. The search giants homepage is the starting point for millions and millions of people daily, and now is being graced with the Nexus 7 front and center.

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus Simulator webpage goes live

Hmm. We are still waiting for any sort of official announcement from Verizon that this phone is actually launching this week, but at least they are dropping us a few small hints. Verizon has just released a "simulator" page that allows users to basically experience the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from within a browser. Yes this is neat -- but I'd really just like the phone please.
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