Back in December Nokia announced the launch of its alphalabs.cc competition, an experiment which merges technology and the arts. It is designed to encourage artists and developers to share the experimental apps that they create on the Windows Phone 7 platform.
Last week Mobile Manifest staged our latest event based upon Location Based Services (LBS). The Round Foundry Media Centre in Leeds were our kind hosts for the evening session, which was attended by a broad section of attendees who came to hear how [...]
Sometimes we’re so obsessed with the latest this, and the latest that, that we don’t take the necessary time to pause and look back at the past and learn. Here’s a video from Steve Jobs chatting at WWDC 97, where he offers open questions from the audience. Bear in mind the date – there’s some [...]
In the world of Nokia and Microsoft since the February announcement, the biggest question on any developers lips are ‘What’s Happening!!’. This week saw the Nokia re-brand of Forum Nokia to Nokia Developer, along with full integration of the [...]
500,000 is an impressive number in any terms, but in shear size for mobile applications approved on one store it’s quite something else. Mashable have posted an interesting article about this epic milestone, along with the featured timeline below. Take a look at the numbers and see how the mobile [...]
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