Using cloud computing ought to make sense for an event like the Olympics, but the technology isn’t ready, according to the CIO of the London 2012 Games
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HTC held a big event in London today to announce the new HTC Hero Google Android device running with their new HTC Sense user interface. The Hero is a sleek looking Google Android device that appears similar to the HTC Magic with a slimmer form factor that still incorporates that distinctive "chin". The HTC Sense UI integrates methods of communication to improve the end user experience and is a UI that will be incorporated across HTC devices in the future. HTC and Adobe also announced that Flash Player 10 will be integrated in the Hero.
With so many government IT workers in the North West of England, it makes sense to move the Uk's e-Government unit up from London
Wednesday 13/4/05To the Copyright Bar in Wapping for our Q1 party, right outside the brooding menace of the News International empire. Wapping is one of those areas of London that seems to have its own psychic microclimate: everything is a degree or two colder, the buildings a touch more threatening and the sense of foreboding just that bit more forebodery.
Laptop and PDA users in the United Kingdom will soon be offered wireless high-speed Internet access at 15 of Britain's major railway stations. Megabeam, a European provider of wireless Internet service, said Monday it has reached an agreement with Railtrack, which owns the country's railway infrastructure, to install Wi-Fi hot spots at nine London terminals and six regional stations.
LONDON -- Apple CEO Steve Jobs didn't officially announce the company'supcoming Palm-based PDA at last week's Macworld Expo/San Francisco (asI'd hoped), but he did as near as dammit confirm that an Apple-brandedversion of the popular organizer-cum-mobile computing platform is in thepipeline. "We've doing a lot of work with these guys lately," he said ashe welcomed new Palm Computing CEO Carl Yankowski to the stage during hiskeynote speech.