Monthly Archives: May 2013

We could be seeing BioStamps and Digital Health pills for consumer authentication

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 of the suggestions Dennis Woodside, Motorola’s [...]

In-car app market estimated to be worth over $1.2 billion in 5 years time

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 standards such as MirrorLink and ever higher [...]

A developer’s goldmine

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, and smartphones. Feature phones tend to have [...]

App of the week: Dots

Dots, developed by Betaworks One, is currently number 2 in the Top Free iPhone apps chart. 'Dots is a game about connecting dots.' It really is as simple as that, you are given 60 seconds for each game in which you have to connect as many same-coloured dots as you can. The aim is to make a [...]