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Selected Highlights
Mobile applica-
tions - More
than a hype

 

Apple's App
store and
beyond

 

A platform for
portable apps -
Open source
initiative BONDI

 

Mobile Web applications -
The approach
of Research in
Motion

 

Challenges for
mobile applica-
tions - Strategic considerations by eMobility

 

 

 


Eurescom mess@ge 1/2010

Mobile applications
 

Mobile applications have become very popular. Application stores of several providers offer numerous apps for download to your mobile phone. Apple's apps are still leading the market, but its competitors are now joining forces to come up with alternative apps solutions.

Eurescom mess@ge asked some of the major players, how they envisage the future of mobile apps. This issue provides firsthand reports by RIM and Deutsche Telekom about their R&D activities in the mobile apps domain as well as a critical appraisal of Apple’s App Store by Strand Consult.

Mobile applications - More than a hype

Apple's App store and beyond

A platform for portable apps - Open source initiative BONDI

Mobile Web applications - The approach of Research in Motion

Challenges for mobile applications - Strategic considerations by eMobility

 

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THE KENNEDY PERSPECTIVE

Wanted: the unbiased reviewer

Read how Eurescom director David Kennedy suggests to improve the review process for research project proposals.


VIEWPOINT

Cloud computing - Europe needs to act now

Eurescom programme manager Adam Kapovits argues that Europe needs to improve regulation in order to exploit the opportunities which cloud computing offers.


EVENTS

The future of home networking - OMEGA Open Event in Rennes

The second OMEGA Open Event in Rennes, France, presented from 24th to 25th February 2010 leading-edge technologies which will shape the future of home networking. Read more in the report.


First European e-Skills Week - Eurescom supports initiative for promoting e-skills

Europe is facing a serious challenge: a rising proportion of ICT positions cannot be filled. The reason is the lack of job candidates with sufficient e-skills. The EU has launched an initiative, the European e-Skills Week, to raise awareness for the e-skills gap and tackle it.


A BIT BEYOND

How to make the Internet forget

It is common wisdom that the Internet never forgets. This feature of the Net has become an issue for data privacy, which is growing more serious. Now France wants to teach the Internet how to forget.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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