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With this year winding down, it's time for James Kendrick to look into the crystal ball to see what might happen in the mobile space in 2015.
Sponsored by Red Hat and Intel
Open source has come a long way in a short space of time, with open source the technologies now powering organizations across the globe across in a substantial number of sectors.
Agile is the ultimate bureaucracy buster -- and has already been proven in the software space. Time to spread the gospel.
The move marks the first time the Finnish company's navigation app is available on the Android OS, as well as HERE's entrance into the wearables space.
Einsteinian discussions about folding time and space seem apt when considering the potential of 3D printing and scanning – not just as consumer novelties, but as ways of 'moving' physical objects faster than the speed of Fedex. Valentine's Day will never be the same.
Sponsored and made free for you by Nod. This is the full version of Proton Pulse without any limitations. Grab it while you can because...
Adding sensors to a city can make living there easier, as Xerox and Los Angeles found when they developed a dynamic pricing tool for on-street parking.
'The sort of thinking that led to flexibly integrated SOA solutions should now be applied to data.'
Ever wondered what is the real cat age of you four legged friend? With Cat Years you can know!Enter the human years of your cat and...
HTC needs to turn things around financially in 2013. For the last 13 years they have shown they can lead with innovation in the mobile space, but the time for being quiet is over.
You can predict what one vendor will say about another - just look at where each is in their evolution. Trash talk happens all the time in the tech space. See the game plan unfold before you in this satire post. Enjoy...
The lawsuits in the mobile space are plentiful and it looks like this one from Apple against HTC has some real teeth to it as HTC's newest devices are being held up in Customs for an indefinite period of time.
You are likely to spend as much time on holiday as you do commuting to work. Are you taking a holiday from work, or are you taking a holiday from commuting? The Anywhere Working City white paper argues the case for the 'third' space - the space between home and work
The New York Times takes a novel approach to prove a point, by slapping a video game in the story itself, allowing the reader to blow up bits of the Times' website.
I'm an old guy who grew up when paper was king and digital was something that applied to technology used in the Apollo space program.So with guys like me around, I think print will survive for some time.
Box.net partners with Hewlett-Packard on free cloud space once again, but this time the promotions are targeted at business desktop users.
This 3-part series takes a look at the mobile space in 2012. Today we wrap up the series in time for the holidays. Part 3: Notebooks.
Instead of checking multiple apps for daily deals, a new one from YipIt could suffice for them all.
NASA scientists for the first time can track the effects of a solar storm on Earth, offering new advancements in our ability to predict space weather and how it will impact our electronics.
There are so many things about Windows Phone that are effortlessly delightful, from the clean layout to the proper font to the smooth animations to the only touchscreen keyboard I can actually type on. (Although, having tried both US and UK phones, I'm disappointed that the US keyboard is far better at autocorrection, particularly when I hit the 'b' key between two words instead of the space - a UK phone never corrects that, a US phone gets it right every time.
When the final space shuttle launches this Friday, you can use a new iPhone and iPad app to track its location in real time and spot it in the night sky.
Nearly half a century in the planning, armed with 13 new technologies and four of the most perfect spheres ever created, NASA's $750 million Gravity Probe B (GP-B)'s troubled mission is finally over.After 16 months of in-orbit data gathering and almost five years of data analysis, GP-B has mapped the space-time vortex that Einstein predicted would be created by the Earth's movement in space.