The way we produce, order and eat food is changing. Various startups are innovating in a sector that has remained unchanged for decades.
Good practices in the use of mobile devices formed the focus of the first edition of the Changing Education Together day, sponsored by mSchools and featuring the participation of 500 directors and administrators from Catalonian schools.
Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns are great examples of new ways to finance hardware projects, which are experiencing a boom.
Mobile Thinking Days is the first forum dedicated to reflecting on the opportunities offered by the digital transformation in the tourism sector.
Glassy Pro: the Spanish smartwatch for surfers. The company behind it is Gradient Technologies, founded by Mikel Alonso in Valencia.
We tend to associate the mobile revolution with the apps we use every day. However, the real business is in the development of apps for companies.
The promotion of entrepreneurship at universities is the foundation of startup creation. That’s why there are several reports that look at the role played by top universities around the world in this area.
Now there are smartphone apps that can open front doors and car locks. Hotels and rental car companies are starting to take advantage of these new services.
Magazines and entertainment guides are for many people a thing of the past. More and more people are turning to their mobile to find interesting plans in their city or decide what to do at the weekend.
Only six out of 10 phones in Africa are smartphones. However residents of the continent continue to use the simplest phones, taking advantage of their capabilities to the max: by using their mobiles to make payments, and benefiting from mHealth.
The 38th edition of the Barcelona International Motor Show features for the first time an area dedicated to connected cars.