As part of the Super-Connected cities programme the UK government has announced the introduction of free WiFi in some of the major cities in the UK.
Yesterday, Friday 13th June 2014, employees and founders from a company based in London decided to go half naked as part of a marketing stunt to promote an internet website that allows people to transfer money within countries cheaper than a bank do or was it indeed to promote fair fees as they said?
Today Duracell and Starbucks have announced that they have already started a nation-wide rollout of powermat wireless charging in all the Starbucks stores within the United States. The Starbucks stores in the San Francisco Bay area will be the first ones to enjoy this services and it is expected to have in each shop certain “Powermat spots” in which customers can wirelessly charged their devices while enjoying a coffee or any of the Starbucks products available in-store.
This Monday, June 2nd at the Apple worldwide developers conference (WWDC) in San Francisco announcements related to the iOS 8 release and the upcoming Mac OS X 10.10 are expected. Despite online rumours showing new leaked images from the conference showing what seems to be the "new iPhone" or "iPhone 6", it is important to know that iPhones or iPads are traditionally not the kind of focus of this conference.
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