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O2 Matchday lets armchair England rugby fans listen to the ref in real-time

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Two matches into the 6 Nations rugby Championship, O2 has officially launched a new app aimed primarily at armchair England fans, letting viewers at home access a dedicated channel to the referee’s microphone. Visitors to Twickenham were already able to access Reflink‘s technology via a dedicated device procurable from kiosks...
O2 Matchday lets armchair England rugby fans listen to the ref in real-time

National Rail Enquiries launches real-time mobile apps for UK travelers

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When Transport for London (TfL) announced back in 2010 that it was opening its bus and London Underground data for developers to access, a steady stream of apps began to emerge from the developer underworld, as we’ve seen already. There’s BusIt London, the mobile-friendly Web app, Bus Guru which gives...
National Rail Enquiries launches real-time mobile apps for UK travelers

Social media-related crime reports up 780% in four years

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Police figures show there were 4,908 reports in which Facebook and Twitter were a factor, compared with 556 in 2008Complaints to police about alleged crimes linked to the use of Facebook and Twitter have increased by 780% in four years, resulting in about 650 people being charged last year, figures...
Social media-related crime reports up 780% in four years
No Wi-Fi, Please, We're British: Olympics Will Ban Personal Hotspots

Google adds real-time service alerts for the London Underground to Google Maps

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Continuing to update its Maps service ahead of the 2012 London Olympics, Google has today rolled out real-time service alerts for the London Underground, keeping commuters and travellers notified of any potential disruptions to their journeys. Providing service alerts via the UK Google Maps website and on Android devices, Google...
Google adds real-time service alerts for the London Underground to Google Maps
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