Mobile Radicals Are A Forum Nokia Success Story
A publication from Nokia has highlighted Lancaster University's Mobile Radicals, led by Forum Nokia Champion Dr. Paul Coulton, for pushing the envelope of mobile application development.
With the help of Forum Nokia's University programme, the research group based in the Department of Communication Systems at InfoLab21 have been finding new ways to combine location-based services (LBS) and social networking.
Dr. Coulton says; "We're looking at other ways of using existing and emerging mobile technology in a more sociable way, to bring people together with their immediate environment and the people around them."
More details can be seen in the publication via the link below.
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