For some time now at Exeter we’ve been exploring Google Apps and how it might fit into the Enterprise. Google Apps is like Google Docs, i.e. a way of storing your documents in the Cloud, but is a private area that is tied into your own domain name, in our case “exeter.ac.uk”. On the Web […]
If there’s one thing that’s constant about the web today, then it’s change. Not so long ago it was all about Internet Explorer versus Netscape, then IE versus Firefox, but just when you think things are settling down – and browser wars are a thing of the past – along comes mobile browsing and things […]
Apps have been the hallmark of the iPhone, but with the advent of the iPad and now the Google Chrome Web Store it seems they might become the new kings of the laptop and desktop as well.
Why is may be worth revisiting machine translation in light of growing technological power and a widening and fragmenting global internet.
Well it’s been a busy week for mobile. Google has finally released it’s much talked about phone, the Nexus One, together with much hype, a fair bit of criticism and the odd court case – odd being the operant word, perhaps opportunistic might be closer to the truth. Meanwhile over at the Consumer Electronic Show […]