Tag Archives: mobile

Geodata on Mobiles

I’m really excited about the work on a high-performance, rock solid mobile client for OGC map and data services. A code sprint on OpenLayers mobile version just finished up. I can’t wait to get it on my phone!

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Why techies and policy wonks need to communicate

The systems discusssed above have the potential to strip away locational privacy from individuals, making it possible for others to ask (and answer) the following sorts of questions by consulting the location databases: Did you go to an anti-war rally … Continue reading

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The Sum of my Nonsecrets is not that interesting

There’s a big societal worry, in general, about the safety and privacy of personal information in the Internet age. In some cases, like banking and medical records, that worry is well-founded. But for the most part, people should just act … Continue reading

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Daddy, Where’s Your Phone?

In this post, Tim O’Reilly talks about Vic Gundotra showing him the mobile device light: Vic said that he realized in that moment that the era of the PC was over, and that the future belonged to cloud applications accessed … Continue reading

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