With over 6.8 billion mobile subscribers (which is about 87% of the worldâ€™s population) and over 56 billion app downloads predicted for 2013 â€“ the audience is raring to go and there are still plenty of apps waiting to be developed.
As summer starts to think about drawing to a close (in the northern hemisphere, at least) you can be forgiven for spending your weekends away from the lure of tech news and making the ... (Offline over the weekend?
You should be doing better things on your Sunday than reading about a frivolous/cynical suit filed against Apple. So please, go do that. You're still here? Okay, then, you asked for it: Someone who claims Apple has ripped him ...
Daily News & Analysis Google unveils latest 'Android Kitkat' after Nestle tie-up Daily News & Analysis Google has reportedly named the latest version of its mobile operating system 'Android KitKat' in a tie-up with chocolate manufacturer Nestle.
App makers say wearable computers will be just one of many screens we’ll use. And that means in the future they’ll be designing for the person, not a particular screen. (RT @mikaelberner: Design for the person, not the screen.
Even as recently as twenty or thirty years ago, the people with influence were relatively easy to spot: the President or Prime Minister of a nation, religious leaders, CEOs, and probably your parents.
Their influence was based on a combination of position, experience, knowledge, wealth – and most importantly control of the channels of communication to the “people,” for to have power influence must be spread.
No longer – the influence landscape has already shifted dramatically and will continue to evolve.
The Switchboard: Five tech policy stories you need to read today Washington Post (blog) The Switchboard: Five tech policy stories you need to read today. By Brian Fung, Published: August 22 at 8:37 amE-mail the writer · Comments · Tweet.
As The Pirate Bay prepares to mark its 10th anniversary, one of the file-sharing site's founders and one of its staunchest opponents weigh up its legacy. (RT @BBCWorld: As The Pirate Bay turns 10, how has this file-sharing site changed the internet?
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