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Mobile devices can now know what things are made of …

September 1, 2019

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Back in 2016 Google showed off their radar gadget that could detect objects.  It uses radar and is taught the signature of objects, so that it can then recognise them when they are placed on the detector. It’s the size of a coaster for your mug to tea,  and yes the device could tell the […]

Computers and Study of the Brain, in ’64

July 30, 2019

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55 years of AI, a look back at the MIT Tech Review from my birth year.

Managing your apps data usage is so important.

September 4, 2017

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<teaching you to suck eggs> If you have an app that your users rely on, and make good use of, then you need to ensure that you have the best possible experience. So often that experience is affected by the throughput and latency of the [mobile] network your user is connected through. </eggs> Why am […]

Time and behaviour context for smart interface design (IX)

September 1, 2017

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So earlier so I was suggesting that interfaces need to be smarter and better at predicting what I want when,  and morphing themselves accordingly. I suggest that time of day is a simple way to consider how this might work. If you look at the graph below you can see that Facebook has peaks at […]

Are Mobile Payments stalling ?

December 7, 2015

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and of course, will they take off again anytime soon. Reports are coming on on the use of mobile payments over black , and the one everyone is quoting is InfoScout’s which shows that Apple Pay’s use on the day went down to half what it was last year, and was only used 2 in 100 […]

Data: Mobile 6 – PC 1

November 25, 2015

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Over the years there has been a switch of internet traffic from PC to Mobile,  and this has been combined with massive growth,  but have you seen how much. Ericsson’s report this year shows just how incredible this growth has been with the following graph. So what are you going to do with all that data, […]

Mobile – When and where

November 25, 2015

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when and where do people use, or not, their mobile.