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12
Jan
2015

Wearables Polished and Primed at CES for a Connected Future

POSTED BY James Moar
The wearable device proliferation of 2014 continued apace at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, with several device manufacturers showcasing different aesthetics for their devices, and perhaps most tellingly saying ‘wait-and-see’ for releases at MWC (Mobile World Congress) and later this year.
12
Dec
2014

Streaming Music – the Mix Tape Labels should Embrace

POSTED BY Steffen Sorrell
Streaming is king – and Taylor Swift ain’t happy. Actually she is; she just went platinum: and more than half of those copies were sold as physical discs. However, that’s not the place to reach the greatest audience.
11
Dec
2014

Intel Pivots to Glass as Google’s Vision Remains Rose-Tinted

POSTED BY James Moar
The news that Intel’s MICA smart band is based on ARM-like architecture from Infineon signals a shift in the chipmaker’s thinking on wearables, something that has only been further suggested by more recent reports that Intel’s processors will now live inside the next version of Google Glass. 
09
Dec
2014

Thanksgiving Weekend Posts New Highs for eRetail and mRetail

POSTED BY Windsor Holden
Have you bought your Christmas presents yet?

I can tell you that, with cyber-discounts having expanded over an extended period, I was a Black Friday rather than a Cyber Monday shopper this year, buying (text redacted in the unlikely event of Mrs Holden or various children/stepchildren reading this blog).
04
Dec
2014

HP and Autodesk Announce 3D Printing Partnership

POSTED BY Nitin Bhas
Previously, I blogged about HP entering the 3D printing space with a new technology called Multi-Jet Fusion, capable of printing ten times faster than other technologies. Now HP has announced a partnership with Autodesk to integrate the latter’s Spark Platform into HP’s forthcoming Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printers...
27
Nov
2014

Telefonica Signs up Plug-and-Play Expertise for Fleet Telematics

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If there is one thing that will help just about any technology’s case it is “plug and playability,” where devices, and management systems, whatever their purpose, just work without tinkering. It’s a little like getting a toy which has the batteries inside already on Christmas day, rather than having to scramble about to find ones which fit from the remote for the TV...
21
Nov
2014

PS4 marches on, but software distribution needs a change

POSTED BY Steffen Sorrell
According to Sony, some 3.3 million PlayStation 4s were shipped worldwide during the 3 months between July and September, bringing its total unit sales to 13.5 million. A very impressive number, considering those lifetime sales have so far outpaced its grandchild, the PlayStation 2...
13
Nov
2014

Wearable Banking: Are you ready?

POSTED BY Nitin Bhas
Over the past 12 months, banking vendors have been working towards integrating a new channel to their offerings: smart wearable devices. As we approach 2015, wearable banking and payments via smart watches and smart glasses, are going to be a key trend over the next 12-24 months.
07
Nov
2014

The Year of Encryption

POSTED BY Steffen Sorrell
“Milk and cookies kept you awake, eh Rubin? You’d better come up.” The release of the latest in Google’s Nexus line of the devices, the 6 (phablet) and 9 (tablet) has signalled first general availability of Android 5.0, aka Lollipop...
03
Nov
2014

17 Years On, the World is Moving Beyond a Recommended HTML5

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Last week, the W3C (Worldwide Web Consortium) announced that the HTML5 has now received ‘Recommendation’ status, the most complete standard offered by the Consortium. But this may be a bit of a misnomer, as the core of the standard was agreed several years ago with WHATWG (Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group)...
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