Breakfast Bites 03 Jan 2013

Simon Kemp

Hello, and Happy New Year!

Here in the We Are Social office, we often start the day by discussing important stories that were reported overnight.

We believe that many of these stories have significance for our clients too, so today we’re starting Breakfast Bites, a regular post that shares our selection of the top 3 stories from ‘while we were sleeping’.

As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts, comments and questions on these stories and what they mean for you, so feel free to share those via the comments section below or twitter.

Ubuntu Goes Mobile
Ubuntu, the open-source Linux operating system that already powers desktops all over the world, is now available for mobile devices, offering people the opportunity to run full-blown desktop applications on mobile devices. Read more at The Next Web and BBC.

Kia x Google Maps
Google has joined forces with Kia Motors to bring its Google Maps and Places products to Kia and Hyundai vehicles, in a move that will offer drivers “turn-by-turn directions” and assistance in finding “the location of nearby points-of-interest”. Read more at The Next Web.

Eye Tracking For All?
Tech company Tobii has announced that it is to launch an eye-tracking peripheral that will allow anyone with a USB port to control certain aspects of their daily computing activities with the blink of an eye. Read more on Mashable