It all started with a concise, nothing-out-of-the-ordinary request to develop an iPhone application. However, we all know that the word “startup” just cannot mean something simple. Instead of being a usual ‘vanilla’ it turned out to be quite a serious project of a determined startup that had already developed a website on their own, and now was looking for a reliable ally to help with the mobile side.
London Book Fair is one of the biggest international event in publishing industry. This year, it was held at Earl's Court exhibition center 15-17 April 2013. Apart from traditional paper book section that took over 80% of the huge two halls at Earl's Court, the Digital Zone reflected growing trends in books becoming digital.
We suspected it from the outset, but up until now, we haven't actually heard it confirmed from the mouth of a Google honcho: Google Glass runs on Android.
Google Adds Non-Profit Information To Knowledge Graph, Gives Them A Boost With Google+ Follow Buttons
Some people believe that Google’s practices when it comes to search are mystical and unfair — or sometimes evil – but what the company wants to do is surface the most important information for you when you perform a task on its most important product. With the introduction of Knowledge Graph last year, Google started showing information on the right-hand side of search results to help you figure out if you’re searching for the right thing, be it a person, place or thing.
Brochures, guides, maps and tons of other printed material could be done away with for good thanks to the new black in the world of mobile apps – destination applications. Apart for replacing the traditional printed matter, they help the visitors thoroughly explore a destination, provide them with useful info, help to navigate and share their experiences via social media.