BlackBerry's "App Neutrality" isn't as crazy as it sounds


BlackBerry have drawn scorn from the technology world with their calls for Network Neutrality to apply to app developers. The CEO thinks that NetFlix - and others - should be forced to provide apps for BlackBerry's minority platform. Is he serious? It sounds like an insane and bureaucratic solution to BlackBerry's woes - but I'm […] Read More

A Dangerous Change To Google Maps


Update 2013-07-13 I've just received this email from Nate Tyler at Google. Hope you're enjoying the weekend. I work on the Google Maps team and just saw your post on Google Maps navigation. Thank you very much for the concern. Wanted to be sure you and your readers are aware that we have pushed an […] Read More

Choc In To Joyville - Cadbury's Hackday


Before Cadbury's inaugural hackday began there were a number of rumblings on the blogs about the extact nature of Cadbury's intentions. See Thayer Prime's and Emma Mulqueeny's thoughts on the subject. As it happens, after a bit of gentle poking, some of the terms were clarified. The event itself went rather well, but I'd like […] Read More

NESTA - What's App


Last night I went to the NESTA's "What's App?" discussion.  You can watch the event at NESTA's website. Here at @nesta_uk for What's App a look at the emerging app economy. — Terence Eden ⏻ (@edent) March 22, 2010 It was an excellent panel - despite being a bit stale, pale and male. But I […] Read More

BlackBerry AppWorld - Pictures and thoughts


So, RIM have finally released their Application Store (hereafter called AppWorld) Let's take it for a spin on a BlackBerry Bold (9000 running 4.6.0.237 for those who care about such things). All screenshots taken with the magnificent CaptureIt from The Tech Mogul. You can grab it by pointing your 'Berry at http://blackberry.mobi/appworld. First off, it's […] Read More