Mark Bridge writes:
We’re delighted to be a media partner to Apps World 2014. This year Apps World has outgrown its previous home and is moving to ExCeL London, alongside the River Thames. There’ll be over 350 exhibitors and even more workshops than before, with a number of free conference sessions alongside premium options.
Less than three years after opening its Research & Development centre in California, Vodafone Group says it’s moving the facility - called Vodafone xone - to London.
Vodafone’s existing London R&D facility will be expanded, becoming responsible for developing new technologies to complement existing products and services.
Terminal 5 of London Heathrow airport is being rebranded by Samsung for the next two weeks.
From today, Samsung has arranged to brand the terminal as ‘Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5’.
Mobile ticketing is coming to river buses in London, enabling customers to pay for their trip via any compatible smartphone.
Thames Clippers, which runs boat services that serve around three million commuters and visitors every year, has signed a five-year agreement with London-based Masabi.
A new hackathon says its focus on ‘solving real business challenges’ makes it different from most other hackathons.
It’s being run by London-based DevLab and will take place at Canary Wharf next month.