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Enterprise apps landing on Google Glass by 2014

You may not think Google Glass has any practical applications in the enterprise — not yet, anyway — but one U.S. firm is working on disproving the naysayers by bringing a range of enterprise apps to the search giant's wearable technology by early 2014.

June 19, 2013

Evolution of search in big data as told by LucidWorks

LucidWorks presents that the use of search in big data applications is evolving. It is no longer about sifting through mounds of data to discover what was previously hidden. It is now an information source of note and it is all about making data available searchable as soon as possible after its creation. Do you agree?

May 6, 2013 by

Amazon plugs A9 search into its AWS cloud

CloudSearch is for developers who want to build applications with search features without having to develop the ranking algorithms or manage the infrastructure that usually underpins search, according to Amazon

April 13, 2012 by

Cloud management platforms paper over the gaps

Cloud management platforms -- they're a little bit like those desktop search and indexing applications that gained brief popularity in the 1990s and early 2000s, and which had to be updated each time a new application or file format appeared.Why might you want one?

March 28, 2012 by

5 ways scammers dupe Android for cash

Symantec has released a whitepaper detailing how scammers are using Android applications to make money, using methods like creating apps that secretly pump traffic to their own web ads or attempt to poison search engine results.

October 11, 2011 by

Android market now open to more APAC apps

update Search giant Google expands its mobile paid applications market to users in Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Taiwan, and is allowing more developers in the region to sell their wares on the Android Market.

September 30, 2010 by

Are the iPhone and social networks making the classic Web and intranet obsolete?

There's been an important and relatively sudden change taking place over the last couple of years in the way that we interact with the Web. While direct access or search activity has been (and still is) the most common way that we access the content and applications of the Web, new ways have been rapidly growing and competing with how we work online, both at home and at work. These new models, exemplified by social networking sites like Facebook or mobile apps on platforms like the iPhone, Palm's new webOS, and Android, seems to be heralding a change in the way that we work with our IT systems in the enterprise.See what the implications are and what you can do about them.

October 25, 2009 by

Flick through iPhone search results with Taptu

Search has become one of the main functions people perform on their mobile devices and I know I use all of mine for this on a daily basis. With the finger friendly touch UI on the iPhone, it was just a matter of time before companies started rolling out iPhone-friendly optimized search applications. Taptu was announced today and is available for free in the App Store (iTunes link).

June 16, 2009 by

iPhone OS 3.0: Search

Scott Forstall, Apple's senior vice president of iPhone software, shows off a new feature that will allow users to search for specific e-mail messages, applications, contacts, and other data.

March 17, 2009 by

25% of positioning solutions in 2014 will be alternative solutions: A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Cell-ID

Many next-generation LBS applications such as social networking, local search, advertising, and geo-tagging are expected to be used in urban and indoor environments where GPS either underperforms in terms of fix times or accuracy, or fails altogether. So alternative positioning technologies such as Wi-Fi and Cell-ID will become increasingly important. Since no single positioning technology [...]

March 1, 2009

Google wants to buy Native Client security flaws

Google is (indirectly) buying security vulnerabilities from white hat hackers.Under the guise of a Native Client Security Contest, the search engine firm is offering big cash prizes to hackers who find bugs and other security flaws in the open-source research technology for running x86 native code in Web applications.

February 25, 2009 by

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