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App platform Kinetise aims to bring app building to the enterprise — TechCrunch

September 11, 2016

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Kinetise, an app building platform and Disrupt hackathon favorite, aims to democratize the the the process of creating native mobile apps for iOS and Android in the enterprise. Using a drag-and-drop interface, the system essentially lets you build and deploy native apps, visually. In this way, non-developers are able to create and deploy mobile apps.…

Cricket Laws Get the Handy App Treatment

August 14, 2016

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Custodians of the sport Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have released the first ever Laws of Cricket app. If you want to know your cover point from your silly mid-off, here’s where it’s at. It had to happen – from my perspective anyway – because listening to BBC’s Test Match Special and trying to imagine the […]

Inspire Project and Studybugs Smartphone App Aim to Improve Asthma Kids Prospects

August 13, 2016

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Keeping children with asthma healthy and in school is the aim of the Inspire mobile app project at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Inspire is the brainchild of researchers at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School whose aim is to tackle asthma at an early age using digital technology. Local schools and families have been […]

Medical Advances in Mobile Apps for Parkinson’s Disease and Nanoparticles for Better Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

April 7, 2016

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Two technologies that offer huge advantages for doctors in diagnosing or monitoring disease are mobile apps in population studies and nanoparticles for targeting cancers. Working in the medical and veterinary sector for years gave me a fascinating insight into the ways technology would lead to vastly improved diagnosis and treatment for diseases that are difficult […]

Smart Eyewear Makers Zero in on Fun Factor and Business Users at MWC 2016

March 14, 2016

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Mobile World Congress 2016 saw smart eyewear manufacturers displaying the latest versions of their connected glasses. . Among the buzz of new handsets, marketing tech, virtual reality and even connected toothbrushes (the Oral B Genius), smart glasses manufacturers were keen to create momentum for what many considered a stalled, even irrelevant, device. Vuzix showcased its […]

Bendy Electronics Firm Brings Kits to the Masses Offering Lightweight Internet Anywhere

June 26, 2015

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Build lightweight internet connected machines or wearable technologies with the printed circuit board that aims to revolutionise maker projects – the Printoo. For far too long the world of electronics has been dominated by rigid circuit boards, little squares of brittle plastic studded with capacitors and resistors. So say ‘hola’ to the genesis of flexible […]

Wearables 2015: the Prototype Crowd and Innovation Research

April 7, 2015

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Enabling wearables through prototype technology All wearable technology starts life as research followed by a prototype. Building a device that works consistently involves lots of experimentation and testing (often to destruction) so that only the most durable features make it into the final product. Students from the Queen Mary University of London had their own […]

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