Propery site Zoopla has launched an augmented reality app for users of Android powered smartphones, letting users search for property listings on the move.
With cloud computing, smartphones and video-on-demand on the rise, companies are turning to outsourced solutions for their technology at a greater rate. Aditi Technologies, a provider of software product and application development services, shares its opinion on the top few technology outsourcing trends for 2011.
Google’s Android operating system ran on 40% of US smartphones purchased in the six months leading up to November, compared to just 27% using Apple’s iPhone operating system, according to new data.
Smartphone maker HTC has launched a UK division dedicated to support smartphone use within the business environment.
Entrepreneur Mark Mason, CEO of corporate smartphone app developer Mubaloo, called on Government to provide SME’s with tax breaks for IT development as a precursor to Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Smartphones generate 65% of global traffic, despite accounting for 13% of the market, according to new research.
Graduate unemployment has risen to its highest level for 17 years, with many UK university leavers valuing remote working, according to new research.
Hot-off-the-heels of the recent changes announced to Hotmail and Google, Yahoo have announced their decision to introduce a priority inbox. This is good news for marketers as priority inboxes have the potential to improve the reputation of direct mail by encouraging marketers to use permission and preferences more effectively. Simon Robinson, Marketing and Alliances Director, … [Read more…]
People are more willing to be dishonest online on sites such as Facebook and Twitter than they are face-to-face, according to a new survey.
Google, the search engine giant, registered a 32 per cent jump in profits, beating market expectations and highlighting the success of its emerging businesses.