September 16, 2015  10:29 AM

Play us a tune?

Caroline Donnelly Profile: Caroline Donnelly
app, gadgets, Gaming, Music

Microsoft-backed startup Skoove has set its sights on helping aspiring piano players learn their craft by offering them online access to the "best elements" of having a...

May 28, 2015  10:25 AM

Instagram yourself a dream job? No chance

Caroline Donnelly Profile: Caroline Donnelly
app, consumer, photos and images, pictures

A Swedish start-up has set out to help recruiters streamline the way they source potential new recruits by replacing paper-based CVs and tiresome application forms with video pitches. To apply for work through SelfieJobs (give us strength) all you have to...

June 18, 2014  2:29 PM

Inject some Britishness into your life

charris Profile: charris
app, government, iPhone, politics, travel, twitter

January 14, 2014  12:36 PM

Quit your job from the safety of your iPhone

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
app, Apple, iPhone, Job, quit, TheLadders

August 5, 2013  2:16 PM

Techy toilet trauma

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
app, Toilet

A techy toilet which is controlled via an Android app has a hardware flaw meaning that it can be controlled by any phone with the application.


July 29, 2013  12:21 PM

I’ve been attacked by a bear, it’s over [END TEXT]

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
app, Apple, IOS, iPhone, smartphone

August 9, 2012  1:02 PM

Sir Steve Redgrave back in a boat

CBaldwin Profile: CBaldwin
app, IOS, iTunes, Olympics, rowing

After winning a Gold Medal in the 1996 Olympics, Redgrave famously announced that if anyone saw him in a boat again that they could shoot him. As we all know that boycott didn't last...

Now Stevie is in a boat again - his virtual self will soon make...

January 19, 2011  5:27 PM

The teenage future for software development

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
app, Apple, Developer, iTunes, Software

In case you were wondering why young people are avoiding working in IT in their droves, a report on BBC's Newsbeat programme for teenagers gives you a clue.


April 20, 2010  10:23 AM

Don’t bother with an e-reader, get a magnifying glass

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
app, iPhone

A British publisher has released an iPhone app which lets commuters read their favourite authors and discover new ones without the fag and cost of acquiring a Sony Reader or an Amazon Kindle.

Ether Books is aiming at the...

March 31, 2010  10:00 AM

Private photos not so private with Quip app

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
app, iPhone, Quip

While the BBC has delayed the release of its iPhone apps, due in early April, because of concerns from the BBC Trust that the Beeb has too many fingers in online pies, some iPhone users have discovered their penchant for distributing embarrassing photos of themselves to close friends has been...

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