Two of Britain’s most august institutions have just announced that they will be joining the WiFi revolution. First up is Marks & Spencer, or M&S to its friends: the company confirmed this week that it will be rolling out free WiFi hotspots in all its UK retail outlets by May next year
, following an initial launch in its flagship store in Cheshire Oaks. Not to be outdown, Lord’s Cricket Ground has today unveiled The Cloud as its technology partner
as it introduces broadband to the home of cricket.
Last Wednesday, we watched as Adobe hammered the final nail in the coffin of mobile Flash by removing Flash Player from Google Play.
In our sparkling-new Mobile Search & Discovery report we have forecast that this market will be worth $15 billion annually by 2017.
So, how many of you use your personal mobile devices to access all those work related spreadsheets, emails, calendars or other files?
I would argue, very strongly and with no little personal experience, that the true cost of a bottle of wine should be measured not in its retail price but in the value of the goods you buy on Amazon* once you’ve drunk it.
Last September we predicted that the Galaxy Note could very well be a winner, and it has been: with sales passing 5 million sold by March and reaching 7 million in June, the Note could reach, or at least be nearing, double-digits by the time Samsung launch its anticipated successor.
There has been a tremendous amount of activity in the smart home market over the past few months and I have been following this with a keen interest.