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Google's second event of the year showcased a combined hardware and software effort - more so than we have ever seen from Google previously, all bound together by the new Google Assistant.

Marcus Southon
By Marcus Southon under News, Insights 13 October 2016

Apple’s yearly World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicked off on Monday and, as usual, we were introduced to a long list of enhancements coming our way.

Clara Monnet
By Clara Monnet under News 16 June 2016

Last week, the highly anticipated Mary Meeker annual Internet Trends Report came out, and with it came a plethora of data and interesting facts. Here are seven key takeaways that we felt were most compelling.

Clara Monnet
By Clara Monnet under Insights, News 10 June 2016

For the overwhelming majority of us who attend Google I/O, it’s an exciting opportunity to be close to the action and experience, first-hand, what’s next in technology. This year was no exception.

Swav Kulinski
By Swav Kulinski under Insights, News 02 June 2016

So here we are: 2016. How on earth did that happen? Much like the pace of our industry, time (and progress) moves super fast here at The App Business.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under News 07 January 2016

At The App Business, we can’t solve the New Year blues, but we wanted to make sure our clients' January gets started the right way - with inspiration and innovative thinking for their mobile strategies in 2016.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under News, #TABLife 07 January 2016

The App Business has climbed to No. 24 in the Tech Track 100, and also takes the No. 1 spot in the Drum Digital Census for our category in the financial listings.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under News, #TABLife 17 September 2015

In my entire career in tech, I never thought I would type the words ‘Google, a wholly owned subsidiary of…’ However, the more we analysed the situation, suddenly, the more obvious this move became.

Khalil Dimachkie
By Khalil Dimachkie under Insights, News 14 August 2015

It’s fair to say we are a team of voracious readers here at TAB HQ – besides the fact we love to learn, it is a necessity for us because the pace of change in our industry operates at lightspeed.

Daniel Joseph
By Daniel Joseph under #TABLife, News 25 June 2015

It’s that time of year again when tech journalists get into a frenzy of speculation and excitement: the year in tech is being mapped out based on two conferences: Google I/O, and Apple’s WWDC.

Khalil Dimachkie
By Khalil Dimachkie under Insights, News 25 June 2015

Last year, we streamed Google's I/O conference direct to our old Soho office, but for 2015, we decided to get closer to the action. For me, that meant San Francisco and the opportunity to experience Google I/O live.

Voicu Klein
By Voicu Klein under Insights, News, Engineering 15 June 2015

WWDC APPLE PAY UPDATE: As expected Apple announced Apple Pay will be available to customers in the UK at their WWDC keynote. The service will be available starting in July.

Brett Thornton
By Brett Thornton under Insights, News 05 June 2015

On 22nd-23rd September, I headed to Paris to deliver a live coded session for Droidcon – the largest Android developer conference in Europe.With more than 400 attendees, Droidcon Paris drew together 3...

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under Engineering, News 14 October 2014

Our busy September was rounded off with an important win for On Track – our fast, smart journey planning assistant for Go-Ahead Group. The breakthrough product scooped first place in the user experien...

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under News 26 September 2014

In addition to our Tech Track 100 ranking earlier this month, more good news has followed swiftly with the publication of the results from The Drum Digital Census 2014.Every year, the Census provides ...

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under News, #TABLife 26 September 2014
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