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My Top 7 Apps: Ged Carroll from Racepoint Global

Here we are with another Top 7 apps post. Ged Carroll, Vice President of digital services in Europe for Racepoint Global has shared his list with us below. Racepoint Global is a full marketing services agency that offers influencer identification, mapping and engagement, social and traditional media strategy and execution programmes, digital marketing and creative capabilities. Ged […]

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Android Lollipop makes a splash

…or perhaps “A sweet new take on Android”. Fortunately, there are no clichéd candy or lollipop related headlines here. Instead, just a succinct overview of the most important update that Android has ever had – Android Lollipop. Android L as it’s known is the latest incarnation of Google’s highly successful mobile operating system, which started development around 2007 mainly in response to Apple’s iOS (then […]

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My Top 7 Apps: Peter Cox from PerceptionTV Ltd

We have another Top 7 apps list. This list is from Peter Cox, Director of Marketing at PerceptionTV Ltd. Perception TV Ltd has developed an IPTV/OTT cloud-based multiscreen Perception™ platform that integrates live TV, catch-up TV, video-on-demand and cloud-based PVR recording into one user-interface. It works on set top boxes, Smart TVs, PCs, tablets and smartphones, supporting […]

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Why the Cloud is here to stay

Nowadays, “the cloud” has become a buzzword but some people say it’s the answer to every problem that we face in computing and mobile, while others are convinced it’s a flash-in-the-pan that will eventually fizzle out. Nobody knows for certain, but cloud computing is undeniably making inroads into every aspect of communications, from cloud-based smartphone storage and backup, to […]

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My Top 7 Apps: Steve Karmeinsky from Placeholder Ltd

We are back with another Top 7 apps list. This time around we have Steve Karmeinsky, co-founder of Placeholder Ltd. Placeholder is developing innovative Bluetooth devices with a geo-backend and authenticated and federated APIs to access it along with mobile and desktop SDKs so that developers can easily include our Bluetooth solutions into their apps. Steve […]

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Nokia eyes a comeback with the N1 Android tablet

Nokia caused a stir this week with the revelation that it would return to the consumer hardware business with an all-new 7.9-inch Android tablet called the N1 which, it has to be said, bears a striking resemblance to Apple’s iPad Mini – even down to the milled aluminium, rounded corners, and the appearance of the volume buttons, speakers and […]

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Episode 6 of 361 Degrees Season 8: Phablets

We’ve just published episode 6 of Season 8 of the 361 Degrees Podcast. As usual, it’s a relaxed debate as Ewan, Ben and Rafe pool their collective knowledge to provide insightful, witty and topical commentary on all things mobile… Here’s the summary: This week the team revisit the topic of phablets, reflecting on recent changes and the impact of […]

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Apple Pay gains momentum

Apple’s mobile payment system, Apple Pay, was launched last month in the U.S. and despite some resistance from a handful of retailers, initial usage figures are encouraging and confirm the service is rapidly building momentum. So how many people are using Apple Pay and it eventually replace your credit cards and cash? Apple Pay late to the party, but nails the user experience Apple was not the first […]

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Love the #PhoneDrop Challenge from mobiles.co.uk!

Have you see the Phone Drop Challenge video from mobiles.co.uk (“the smart phone people”) yet? It reminds me of the “Push Button for Drama” virals I loved from a years ago. I came across it this evening thanks to this Twitter ad I saw: I have to applaud the team at mobiles.co.uk for coming up […]

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The worst technology failures of 2014

The end of 2014 will soon be upon us, and even though there is still more than a month left for some major newsworthy gaffes and missteps to happen in the world of technology and mobile, we thought it would be interesting to take an early look back on 2014’s most significant “technology failures”, and examine just where […]

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4G networks in the UK – the state of play

With the rapid adoption of 4G networks across the world, people in the UK now have access to some of the fastest mobile download speeds on the planet. The move from 3G to so-called next generation networks (which netted the government £2.4 billion in the license auction) seemingly took forever and, despite differences in opinion about the term 4G, it’s undeniable that network speeds are […]

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