Biostamps have been developed by Massachusetts-based engineering firm MC10, and contain flexible electronic circuits that are attached to the wearer’s skin using a rubber stamp.The technology aims to remove the need to enter passwords and replace them simply by a phone being close to a user’s body. This was one… Read More
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A recent report, conducted by Juniper Research, exploring the smart vehicle market has predicted the market will be the new frontier for app developers over the next five years. It estimates that the in-car apps market will be worth over $1.2 billion by 2017 due to advancements in automotive connectivity… Read More
The final day of voting is approaching fast, with just three days remaining.
The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world’s toughest problems. On the 3rd June the people’s choice will be chosen for the Google Global Impact Challenge, by a select panel of… Read More
In the developing world, feature phones are becoming more popular with basic forms of GPS, a camera, MP3 Player, internet access of sorts alongside having the ability to run simple apps. These devices are the middle ground between your basic phone which make, and receive calls and texts,… Read More
Giving your smartphone or tablet to your children has become an increasingly expensive way to keep them occupied with the average parent forking out around £34 as a result of accidental in-app purchases. Over a quarter of parents with smart devices have been caught out, while 80 per cent of those… Read More
Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Core: a low-end Android (4.1 Jelly Bean) smartphone with 4.3 display (480×800 pixel screen) and dual-SIM support. A smartphone ‘designed to offer users dual core processing power for multitasking, Dual SIM technology for easy transition between work and play, and a wealth of innovative smart… Read More
This announcement came with a list of enhancements to help Windows Phone app developers expand their app… Read More
Google has published its monthly numbers for Android version adoption, with Jelly Bean climbing 3.4 percent to 28.4 percent of active devices, while Ice Cream Sandwich fell 1.8 percent to 27.5 percent.
FeedHenry, a provider of cloud-based mobile applications, today announced a $9 million investment round which is led by Intel Capital. The app helps businesses build mobile apps that integrate securely to their business through the cloud.