London News & Analysis
| Monday Mar 11, 2013
if you want to upgrade your BB device or get back in the BlackBerry fold, the new Z10 smartphone model will be available for $199 on a two year contract. Americans can pre-order it from tomorrow at AT&T.
| Thursday Jan 17, 2013
The news is fairly surging out of RIM this week as the company prepares for the launch of the Blackberry 10 platform and devices that will decide its future in the marketplace.
| Friday Dec 21, 2012
In a mixed day of news for RIM, the company lost customers, made a small profit and beat street estimates, but proved that pretty much no mobile company can keep a secret as the name and image of its upcoming BB10 phone appeared online.
| Thursday Nov 22, 2012
More pictures of the test version of BlackBerry's BB10 smartphone are now out in the wild, as RIM's boss Thorsten Heins and other troops are sent out to butter up the press ahead of next year's launch.
| Tuesday Jul 3, 2012
There are many questions over RIM's ability to deliver BlackBerry 10 OS and the new device hardware. However, if it does achieve its aims, a leaked roadmap shows where these new devices are headed, even as new current-gen models launch around the world.
| Tuesday May 15, 2012
A recent Adobe survey sees tablet Internet use overtaking smartphones by next year, with tablet-originated data usage running some ten times faster than that of phones. Will the tablet become the dominant form of web access, and what will the upcoming Olympics do to shake up viewing habits?
| Thursday May 3, 2012
Get ready for lift off, as Samsung unveils its latest Android-powered Galaxy smartphone to the world, live from an event in London at 7PM UK (2PM EST, 11AM Pacific). We've got the latest news and stay tuned for coverage of the event and any new features, apps or other devices Samsung cares to share.
| Monday Apr 23, 2012
It seems that there’s week for everything, from social media to usability. Now it’s Big Data’s turn. This week marks Big Data Week, a series of community-led events and hackathons relating to Big Data. Across the UK, US, Germany, Finland and Australia, Big Data Week aims to bring together the communities of data scientists, data visualizers, data technologists and CIOs to gain a better understanding of the diverse aspects of Big Data, from the technology challenges to the commercial opportunities.
| Tuesday Sep 18, 2007
In London last week, open source ECM provider Alfresco was awarded an InfoWorld “Bossie.”
This recognition is part of InfoWorld’s commitment to acknowledge the “best and most innovative open source software projects,” according to information from the company.
Previous winners have included Apache, MuleSource and SugarCRM.
| Thursday Sep 13, 2007
mobiSiteGalore, the company that tried bringing standards to mobile Web design, is ringing in another high-billing first for mobile: a complete mobile-oriented Web 2.0 conference.
And it’s called Mobile Web 2.0 Conference.
| Thursday Jul 26, 2007
Web technology company Amaze has just been tapped by the Greater London Authority and the London Development Agency to provide a shared-service content management system for the capital.
Amaze has selected global web CMS purveyor SDL Tridion to do the job.
| Monday Apr 30, 2007
Jumping channel from FR to UK open source Enterprise CMS vendor Nuxeo has opened its latest foreign office in London.
The company aims to capitalize on the oh so rosy UK ECM market and the large number of energy and financial services companies in the UK, as well as gain some international footing as it pushes further.