An interesting and huge announcement as it appears that Nokia’s plans for a much anticipated Android OS smartphone seem to be progressing – hopefully we may see such a device come to market early in 2014!SHARE
Telematics Update journalists have been on the ground at Content & Apps for Automotive USA 2013. There’s been a lot to take in so we’ve summed up all the key takeaways so you don’t miss a trick. On day one we found out that app mania continues unabated in the automotive sector and business models remain murky.
A gift from Foursquare to you in the form of the Best of for 2013 — More than 40 million people have used Foursquare to check in more than 4.5 billion times. Through those check-ins, we’ve learned a lot. That data, along with your tips, likes, and more, helped us come up with lists of the best places around the world, as chosen by all of you. It’s a series of city guides like no other.SHARE
Something very awesome for you IFTTT fans, a new location trigger that you cook into your recipes thanks to LIFTTT. This via theNextWeb… Visual Candy, the developer behind auto-Foursquare app Uber Checkin, has released a new app for tracking your location, this time through automation service IFTTT.
The OpenWeatherMap service provides free weather data and forecast API suitable for any cartographic services like web and smartphones applications. Ideology is inspired by OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia that make information free and available for everybody. OpenWeatherMap provides wide range of weather data such as map with current weather, week forecast, precipitation, wind, clouds, data from weather Stations and many others. Weather data is received from global Meteorological broadcast services and more than 40 000 weather stations.SHARE
Increasing your web presence and social media footprint has never been more urgent. Whether you’re just starting a business or trying to make an existing one more accessible and appealing to customers, now is the time to dump the fax machine, jump on SEO, and avoid extinction. Take a look at the Diffusion of Innovation bell curve. Continue ReadingSHARE
Existing GPS technologies have been enhanced by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego to develop new systems for California and elsewhere to provide warning of hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis and extreme weather events. Continue Reading