Now, have you ever wondered what is enabling your iPhone to switch between landscape and portrait modes or why the little ball rolls to a side when you tilt your mobile phone while playing the game Labyrinth?
In January, an analyst colleague of mine at Juniper Research commented on the mobile banking market in a blog entry entitled “Mobile Banking Out of Africa”.
In our recent report on Ultrabooks and Mobile Computing, we interviewed a number of key players from the mobile PC space and there was intense debate about which form-factor of the current crop will come out on top.
My younger son occasionally asks me what life was like in “the olden days”.
It was reported by the BBC today that: a Northern Ireland policewoman's lost mobile phone, containing hundreds of photos and operational details has fallen into the hands of dissident republicans, which was later handed over to the Irish News by the republican group Oglaigh na hEireann.
From time to time we hear stories of how someone has done something amazing with the minimum of resources – for example, travelled from A to B without paying or survived in a certain country for months on less than $1 per day etc.
In our new report, we’ve explored how OEMs can make the most of the Intel’s new Ultrabook category. One of the challenges for vendors entering this market is that Apple’s Macbook Air – an Ultrabook-like product in all but name – has occupied this space for some time.