This study by Google shows the differences in where people look on a desktop and…
Edtior’s note: More than 70% of companies are planning to implement mobile learning in the next two years according to Towards Maturity’s research. This report provide tips on how to do it.
Thirteen tech entrpreneurs have shared their must-have feature when building an app. The list is…
Editor’s note: Great post from Jonathan Vernon – particularly interesting as a ‘replacement technology’ ie the phone as dictaphone etc.
Editor’s note: Entrepreneurs share their one must-have feature to make for a positive user experience when building apps.
Editor’s note: Research looks at how mobile devices are used with TV and how the new multi-screen living room will actually function.
Editor’s note: The last line of Julian Stodd’s post sums it up well: ‘It’s better to fit our solutions into the behaviours that are exhibited already than to try and modify those behaviours to fit our design.’
Editor’s note: A short article that shows the impact of mobile on the growth social networks.
Editor’s note: Some mid-week crystal ball gazing on the future of mobile with interesting expert comment.
Editor’s note: In-depth look at responsive design which includes practical examples. This article will bring you up to speed on the topic and how to actually do it.
Editor’s note: What happens if you give a thousand Motorola Zoom tablet PCs to Ethiopian kids who have never even seen a printed word? Within five months, they’ll start teaching themselves English . . .
Editor’s note: No surprises here but what are organisations to do when colleagues are learning to and from work and when they are ‘out of office hours’?
Citrix Systems – Citrix boosts its enterprise mobility solution with new @WorkMail and @WorkWeb apps
Editor’s note: A round-up of the announcements from the Citrix Synergy conference – main focus is on two new mobile apps and cloud services.
Editor’s note: Editor’s note: No matter how well you design the mobile learning experience if you can’t access it, you can’t access it. We should be thinking about how we optimise content for devices, not designing standalone pieces of content.