Code-Named LEVITATION, Program Led by Canada’s Communications Security Establishment Collects Up to 15 Million Downloads Daily
A major redesign of Google’s apps for Android, iOS and web may be in the works.
I’m not calling this a “best” list as that’s pretty tough to call, however, it is a fine list of sweet maps and data visualizations that we enjoyed and shared with the community during the first half of 2013 – enjoy these favorite visualizations from 2013 showing mapping of music, sports, Cardinals, and even hate […]
With the busy travel season and holidays just around the corner you’ll definitely want to be informed about weather and the latest extreme weather forecasts. For mobile device users there’s plenty of fine options, make sure you have a good app and even a local alert system to push updates to your mobile device.
Something new and of interest from Twitter this week as the company has now rolled out the Twitter Alert notification service. Twitter Alerts are an opt-in service where users can elect to receive “breaking” news and announcements from emergency notification services and accounts like FEMA, the USGS and other government agencies
Inspiration for this post comes from the below industry-analyst quote that misses the structured-plus-unstructured-data mark: (Jon Spinney)
In case you missed details of this news this week, here’s a slightly delayed update to share that Steve Coast, foudner of OSM, has left his role at Microsoft (coincidentally announced the same day as the Microsoft / Nokia deal) for a position with Telenav. This from Steve’s blog post… Today, my luck continues as […]
By now you’ve likely heard that Microsoft has bought Nokia. So what does this mean exactly? Simply put, Nokia has sold off its devices and services divisions – note, Nokia will retain the HERE brand and the navigation services and Microsoft will license HERE and other patents from Nokia.