Uh oh: As a spin-off to a legal dispute with Microsoft, Intel and The San Francisco Canyon Co, Apple has announced it won’t charge developers for distributing QuickTime titles and apps any longer. Apple has been claiming that Microsoft’s rival Video for Windows has `several thousand significant lines of programming code from Apple’s QuickTime for Windows that accelerate digital video in the Windows system and give the impression of continuous motion’.
The three-day festival will explore the “positive impact” design can have in society.
David Coombs, head of strategic services at Cheil UK, says if we want people to embrace smart tech, we need to stop aiming for the future.
The engineering company has announced that the vehicle, previously expected to be on roads by 2020, is not “commercially viable”.
Owain Davies, lead product owner at NHS, attributes growth to accessibility, cohesion — and users not spending as long on the website.