We’ve got some thoughts fresh from the Mendix World 2014 conference, including the opinions of Mendix CEO Derek Roos who believes every IT department should be an ‘innovation department’.
We discuss how the customer is now the commodity when it comes to search and social sites, not to mention Minecraft, and why Microsoft snapped the game up.
Muneyb Minhazuddin, senior director for product marketing at VMware, gave a keynote at Global Mobile Vision 2014 on software-defined enterprises in the mobile cloud era. Here are the highlights.
If you enjoy wine then CellarTracker could be invaluable, as it claims to offer the world’s largest collection of wine reviews.
Last week, we finally saw Android and Chrome OS coming closer together with some mobile apps being made available for Chromebooks – but don’t get too excited just yet.
Apple isn’t really a hardware company anymore, as these days it is gradually shifting its business to an online, incremental purchasing model.
If you want news and information on topics of interest delivered automatically to your handset, take a look at Delvv which can do just that.
Following Cupertino’s big launch event, pundits are beginning to claim that Apple will revolutionise the phablet, smartwatch and NFC markets. We don’t think so…
With contactless payment accepted across all London transport services from today, it's time to take a look back at the other enhancements that have made an impact on the city's commuters.
In order to adapt security compliance to mobile, organisations must first understand the threats unique to mobile apps, content and devices, writes Mike Raggo of MobileIron.