Each and every one of us is guilty of causing what will result in the death of the downloadable app. Millions of sales worldwide for apps such as Angry Birds, and high grossing apps for companies such as Zynga, who require users to purchase in-game paraphernalia, are all factors which blind us into not seeing this coming.
There is no better illustration of techno-ignorance than the enterprise—the sheer complacency toward anything with a microprocessor is rather staggering. Yet it’s the enterprise which should be the most interested in technology.
An indie title with a lot of buzz, Dear Esther has a lot to live up for as a reimagined source mod from 2008.I went from skeptical, to impressed in the span of 2 hours. Here is my input on Dear Esther.
My computer got turned off without warning when a fuse was removed. Next time I went to shut down quickly, Firefox was hanging around, and I wanted it dead. I chose to kill it and shut down… A mistake I would soon regret…
Barcamp is an unconference. People sign up to attend and are invited to give talks on whatever technology or computer related topic they like. There is also a hackspace provided by one of the sponsors Mozilla, which we will be visiting! Thanks to the other sponsors, Bournemouth University, BCS, and atechMedia, and thanks to Paul [...]
Paying three times more than the company’s valuation in 2005, (The Guardian reports the figure to be $8bn) and more than thirty-two times the profit margin per annum than the software was currently making. The Financial Times was worried it would create a new tech bubble and many other sources are questioning its purchase.