Location Based Gaming

What a difference a decade makes. When Geocaching launched in 2000 – arguably the first location-based “game” – it set a precedent for how a GPS could be used as more than a navigational tool. But with the ubiquity of… Continue Reading

Google Kills The Reader

I’m not sure the ‘rose tint’ is fading for me, but Google do seem to be making themselves less useful. Like many others, I suspect, I was particularly attracted by a single Google service. I started to use others because… Continue Reading

What’s Next For Android?

Did Andy Rubin jump, or was he pushed out of the top position running Google’s Android division – the part of the company developing the platform on which the company’s future will depend? And now he’s gone, what happens? It’s… Continue Reading