Podcast - 30th July 2014
Mark Bridge takes an in-depth look at the CAT B100 rugged phone from Bullitt Mobile.
The CAT B100 is designed to withstand rather more than everyday bumps and knocks - which is why Mark drops his mobile phone on the pavement, submerges it in his washing-up bowl and shuts it in the freezer.
EE has partnered with Age UK to launch what they’re calling ‘EE National Techy Tea Party Day’ on Tuesday 9th September 2014.
Between 9.30am and 11am on that day, over 500 EE shops and offices will be hosting events to help members of the public improve their basic digital skills.>/p>
Rachel Thomas of Apps World writes:
Babak Parviz, one of the minds behind Google Glass who has just left the company to be VP at Amazon, has been announced as a keynote speaker at this year’s Apps World Europe, from November 12-13 at the ExCeL, London.
Resurfacing repairs required? There's an app...
Mark Bridge writes:
In the past five years, what started as an advertising message - “there’s an app for that” - has become a challenge to developers. It’s become part of 21st century culture. And it’s become an totem for journalists to pin their most outrageous app-based stories to.
Roadroid doesn’t need the attention-grabbing headlines.
New research published by UK communications regulator Ofcom shows that signing up to the Telephone Preference Service reduces the number of unsolicited ‘live’ marketing or sales calls by around a third.
Organisations are legally required to ensure they don’t call numbers registered on the TPS unless they have the consumer’s consent to contact them.