Articles tagged Location
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Nokia's New Lumia 920 Could Raise Smartphone Bar with Windows Phone 8
Nokia unveiled is new line of Lumia smartphones today at an event in New York City. Building on Windows Phone 8, the company has harnessed its design and development teams to create one of the most innovative smartphone approaches on the market.
Monday, 11th June 2012
Apple Wants to Blow Google Away With the New iOS Maps
Since 2005, the dominant maker of digital maps has been Google. Developers, companies and users rely on Google Maps to look up locations, see snapshots of the world and get turn-by-turn directions. Even Apple has always relied on Google Maps for its iOS products, such as the iPhone and iPad. That is no longer the case. Apple has created its own…
Thursday, 7th June 2012
Foursquare Takes on Yelp With Recommendations. Our Verdict: Good Start, Not There Yet
Today location check-in app Foursquare unveiled a new design for its iOS and Android mobile apps. It now focuses on recommending places for you to go, based on your current location. It's also more social. This is a sensible pivot, but Foursquare is not yet at the place it needs to be.
Thursday, 31st May 2012
5 Ways to Tell if a Co-Working Space is Right for Your Startup
What's less structured than a business incubator and more community-oriented than executive suites? For an increasing number of startups, the answer is co-working spaces - where entrepreneurs rent desks, office space and access to office amenities by the hour, day or month. But how can you tell if a co-working space is the right solution for…
Thursday, 24th May 2012
What It's Like for an App in Apple & Google's Crosshairs
UpNext Maps for iPhone is beautiful. It's the smoothest, fastest map I've ever used. It renders 3D buildings for virtual exploration of certain cities. Its look and functionality are distinctive. It's free. And both Google and Apple want to build these features themselves. Is this a kamikaze mission for UpNext?