Mobile Devices

Aaron Tay considers the potential uses of Google Assistant and Alexa for library and academic services and concludes there is still plenty of room for innovation.

Posted 26 June 2018

A wide range of topics were covered at INFORUM in Prague, including library strategy and advocacy, tech developments, preservation, archiving and digitisation.

Posted 12 June 2018

No need to like a tweet in order to save it.

Posted 02 March 2018

Ruth Graham of the University of Worcester in the UK on how she and her colleagues convince students and academic staff to use the online library.

Posted 08 January 2018

A complete ban on mobile phones will be introduced in 2018.

Posted 14 December 2017

Helen Lane and her colleagues created an Augmented Reality game to engage new starters at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

Posted 02 November 2017

Organisational and commercial forces are driving change and experimentation.

Posted 04 October 2017

This year's Internet Librarian International celebrates the superhuman impact librarians have on organisations, communities and individuals.

Posted 17 August 2017

Google has launched a beta version of its YouTube Go app on Google Play in India.

Posted 05 April 2017

The key to comprehension is brevity and simplicity.

Posted 13 December 2016

Social media giants have released their end of year reviews.

Posted 11 December 2016

Mobile predicted to account for 75% of internet use in 2017.

Posted 01 November 2016

Survey suggests half of all UK crimes are cybercrimes.

Posted 21 October 2016

There is a massive gap between policy and performance.

Posted 20 October 2016

Half of European businesses are failing to impose even basic mobile device management.

Posted 07 October 2016

Figures show that people in the US are now spending 50% of their online time on apps.

Posted 08 September 2016

All 18 year olds will receive money to spend on cultural experiences.

Posted 26 August 2016

Launch of Google Duo.

Posted 16 August 2016

The Academic Reading Format International Study reveals UK students prefer having course materials in print -- but some like the convenience of electronic formats.

Posted 18 July 2016

Analysis by the Pew Research Center explores how people read news on mobile devices.

Posted 11 May 2016

New design aims to make lights visible to people who are looking down.

Posted 26 April 2016

Education delivered via inexpensive smartphones can support new students, ensure lifelong learning, and transform the lives of girls and women.

Posted 10 March 2016

The new museum will explore the history of reading devices.

Posted 25 February 2016

Government malware will be used to track suspected criminals.

Posted 24 February 2016

ILI — The Library Innovation Conference — invites presentations from innovative info pros from all sectors, as well as those working outside a traditional library setting. ILI takes place at Olympia, London on 18-19 October.

Posted 15 February 2016