Monday - Jul 24, 2017

Apps & Software

Apple and IBM to get together to make apps

Apple and IBM to get together to make apps

Two of the largest forces in the world of information and communication technology Apple and IBM have released the first details of their recent partnership agreement that will see the two companies work together to develop “at least 100 B2B orientated” apps specifically geared towards Apple’s iPhones and iPads. The companies envision that their ambitious

Exclusive interview- James Filsinger, President & CEO of YAPTA

Exclusive interview- James Filsinger, President & CEO of YAPTA

Tracking airfare fluctuations can result in fast and substantial savings, plus considerable airline refunds, helping you to streamline your travel budget. We found out more by talking to James Filsinger, President & CEO of ‘YAPTA’, a price tracking technology for consumers with its FareIQ Intelligent Price Tracking™ services for corporations. Lorraine Eyre: Would you like


SwiftKey SA Smartphone Keyboard App That Anticipates What You Want to Type

SwiftKey SA Smartphone Keyboard App That Anticipates What You Want to Type

As any business traveller will tell you, having to type a message, especially an important one on a Smartphone can be a harrowing experience. Even the most advanced and powerful of Smartphones have disproportionately small keyboards, making more typing and spelling errors aplenty, with the famous, but infamous autocorrect function doing considerably more harm than

AxisRooms announces the launch of HEX- the world’s first mobile app for hotel distribution

AxisRooms announces the launch of HEX- the world’s first mobile app for hotel distribution

The challenges involved in hotel room distribution hasve always been treated as headaches for those involved in the hospitality industry for as many years as can be counted. In recent years, considerable strides have been made in optimising the process; however, it is only now that the companies involved in developing the software necessary to


Apple addresses the issue of health of the traveller at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC)

Apple addresses the issue of health of the traveller at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC)

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) which took place earlier this week at the Moscone West center in San Francisco, California attracted an enthusiastic crowd of tech watchers to see what the Smartphone giant would pull out of the sack for this year. Despite sometimes being accused of falling into the shadows of the high-tech

Skype to leap the language barrier with speech translation software

Skype to leap the language barrier with speech translation software

Showing his desire to make a positiveimpression at his first public experience,Microsoft recently appointed CEO Satya Nadella pulled a few white rabbits out of his hat at the recent Microsoft Build developer conference held in San Francisco, California. Undoubtedly, one of the rabbits with the biggest ears was the news that Microsoft has taken major

BA introduces the latest and most powerful online booking app

BA introduces the latest and most powerful online booking app

British Airways have reacted to the dramatic increase in the number of business travellers booking flights through their mobile devices, by introducing what they claim to be there most up-to-date app to date. Their latest app, compatible with both iPhone and Android smartphones, is readily available for download from ba.com/apps, and is a result of


Google introduces a few more  mobile management features for their Android

Google introduces a few more mobile management features for their Android

In the last few days, Google has taken the wraps of new enterprise security features designed to make life easier and safer, through enabling Smartphone or tablet owners to secure their Android driven devices on a corporate network. By adding these features, mobile orientated individuals will also be securing their company’s network at the same