Technology shouldn’t be prioritised over user experience and engagement, privacy and trust. For technology and gadgets to be successful, developers need to consider their UX and find a way to win trust from their users.
Knowledge is power. A company’s knowledge could/should be considered the gold a company owns. Protecting that gold is essential. But: how?
Robot toasters, connected refrigerators, coffee maker temperature sensors telling your mobile it’s time for coffee. Our lives become more connected by the day; especially the kitchen is a true technology hotspot.
It’s impossible to catch a full day of Mobile Convention London in just a few quotes from the speakers who attended MCL. But here’s a recap of some of them that stood out and we don’t want you to miss.
Creating value by eliminating the need for trust. It’s a controversial thought, but more true than ever. “Trust is under focused and misunderstood.”
Brewer Heineken decided to help men this year’s Valentine's Day and came up with an original surprise. What followed was a fun event with a small plane, an impressive message of love and SMS.
Sms is not the only way to send a short message or a large batch of messages quickly from A to B. Other forms of mobile messaging have arisen at the time of the launch of the smartphone somewhere in 2006.
Brazilië kent vele verleidingen: het witte zand van de Copacabana, de prachtige dames, de warme brandende zon en een adembenemend uitzicht op de omliggende bergen.
Safer, more secure and with more convenience. The mobile identity has been lacking efficiency, was too complicated for developers and missed engagement opportunities. Until now.
Internet companies are connecting the next billion people. Logically they start in countries with fewer or no mobile data connections. Wikipedia launched Zero, Facebook started internet.org. Their main goal: knowledge and convincing people the internet adds value to life.