4G mobile operator EE will host a hackathon in London next month in order to spur development of apps that make use of the higher networking speeds offered by its 4G LTE service.
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Inspired by the athletes in the London 2012 Olympics to get serious about your sport or getting fit? Try these mobile apps.
Updated versions of CoPilot Live will help you navigate around the Olympic Route Network and get you to your desired Olympics sport venue.
Apple's iOS has cool video streaming apps for the 2012 London Summer Games. So does Google's Android. But tough luck if you have a Jelly Bean device.
There was a time, about five years ago to be exact, when Palm held developer press briefings in London and furrowed a relatively deep channel of respect as one of the vanguards of the mobile app revolution. They would talk about developer challenges for ‘squeezing into’ the mobile space and really get down to the guts of demonstrating how fast simple forms-based apps could be produced.
Natali Del Conte covers the Future of Web Apps conference in London. The next generation of the Web will be built on HTML 5 and micropayments.
Not one to shy away from a good read, I spent some of this last weekend reading Google Apps: The Missing Manual. Faced as I am with writing projects that span from Ohio to Tasmania with a brief stop off in London for morning coffee and Dubai for afternoon tea, the option to work with collaborative document sharing is of interest to me – but also threatens my editorial control, so it makes me nervous at the same time.
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