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Richard Kastelein of AppMarket.tv talks at Connected Creativity

Richard Kastelein is founder of App Market TV, an internet portal dedicated to the convergence of media. Richard has been in Social TV since 2007 and he tells us about his experience in Social TV, TV Apps and Connected TV. Here is the video:

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Leading mobile developer: “No more free apps” – a sign of things to come?

I’ve written and tweeted about the phenomenal work that Simon Maddox has done over the years. His name will be familiar to many mobile developers given that Simon was amongst the first in the United Kingdom to get stuck into the mobile development scene. His CV, therefore, reads like a Who’s Who in mobile. He’s […]

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14 Questions with Kim di Centa of Woomark

Kim di Centa, founder of mobile developer Woomark, agreed to answer some questions in a brief interview with MIR. Here’s what he had to say: 1. Introduce yourself — who are you, what is it you do? My name is Kim di Centa and I am a developer by profession and have always been passionate […]

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Imagine Publishing gives an iPad to every employee

That’s one way to get the team engaged in new technology, right? Kudos to the management team at Imagine Publishing, one of the brightest sparks in the publishing marketplace. They’ve decided to make sure their team are right there in the fast lane when it comes to digital interactivity. That’s right! Every employee has been […]

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GetJar’s Top 20 downloaded apps in March revealed

Patrick over at GetJar just published their recent “GetChart” for March, listing the top 20 most popular downloads by their United States visitors. Facebook is predictably still right at the top. That’s done something well in advance of 50m downloads on GetJar to date. It’s good to see Nimbuzz in there at number 7, followed […]

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OrangePartnerCampWatch: DeviceAnywhere, testing your mobile apps remotely

DeviceAnywhere offer the coolest thing we’ve seen in ages, the ability to test your mobile apps on actually phones from anywhere in the world remotely. The image at the top is their test suite software, where you can upload your software to real, live, working handsets and run your software throughly to workout any kinks. […]

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Nimbuzz updates for Touchscreen, WinMo phones and Location Services

The folks over at Nimbuzz have just announced an update which brings a whole lot of new goodies for the consumer. We first covered the app back in May and since then, they’ve been hard at work to bring us these following features. 1. Location Services: While this feature was already available in the S60 […]

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Will Steve turn off your iPhone apps? And what else is he hiding?

It’s always the way. You charge the space fortress, breach its defenses, set a bomb in the heart of the enemy base and then flee only to discover that your spaceships and weapons have been created by your enemy and he has the stop button to both. Returning from the world of sci fi. You […]

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Apple boss confesses iPhone kill switch exists

Remember all the to-ing and fro-ing, rumourmongering and discussions about the iPhone kill switch discovered late last week with the potential to disable iPhone apps? No one was quite sure if was meant to give Apple ultimate editorial control over your mobile, or was just some throw away piece of code. The answer? It looks […]

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Discovering the N82: Your application suggestions please!

Ricky here, I wanted to let you know about a new miniseries I am going to be doing on SMS Text News over the next few weeks. Its name I hear you ask? Discovering the N82, so what is this all about then? As you may or may not as well as using Blyk, my […]