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Mobile Apps Are No Longer a Good Idea for Startups

From something cool a 9-year old could code, mobile apps have become a knowledge and capital intensive game tangled up in global politics.

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In February 2009, media across the world carried reports of a “whiz-kid” — a 9-year old boy called Lim Ding Wen from Singapore who became the…

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