It's Spring conference season and that means three things: 1. People should use more tooth floss & avoid 'convention coffee breath' if at all possible. 2. Florida, Vegas, Barcelona, Amsterdam, San Francisco and various other symposium-friendly locations will be doing good business. 3. The...
There are computing platforms for hosting applications and building custom extension applications, additional functionality libraries and cross-platform compatibility plug-ins in the normal sense... and then there is the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Egypt as a platform.
Yes this is a software column -- so there's a very good reason for talking about a hardware product here and it leads us to an invaluable lesson relating to the internal logic of the Android platform code.
Software runs the world, of course... so much so that smartphone manufacturers now host software development conferences.
Will we ever get tired of technology market surveys? This blog's news desk has seen 'findings' tabled as insightful as: mobility likely to be key driver in enterprise applications in 2016. I mean, come on, honestly.
Telecommunications is rife for hacking, or at least that's what people say.
The problem is, many of our telco-level communications protocols, systems, subsystems and substrates have been around a long time -- and that's what makes them vulnerable.
Okay so hands up, guilty as charged, I didn't think I would be writing this post. As a lifelong BlackBerry user I never 'rubbished' the Alicia Keys reinvention years and the decline of the brand, but I did turn away from an old friend and adopt the use of an Android and Windows Phone with gusto as...
Microsoft's recent Windows Phone 8.1 Update for developers includes the UK beta for Cortana. For those not in the...
Swift is a popular term, name, noun and thing. Quite apart from SWIFT as a type of Suzuki Jeep, a bird, an alternative metal band from North Carolina and an Australian netball team -- swift crops up in technology circles several times. 0 Comments RSS Feed Email a friend
The Computer Weekly Developer Network spots a new industry term in the process of crystallisation this week. Liquid computing. As is so often the way with this kind of terminology and nomenclature, this is a user-driven trend rather than a programmer one... or is it? But... 1 Comment RSS Feed Email a friend