Undoubtedly the biggest IT story of the day - if not the year - is the news that David Cameron's custom "iPad app" is now in testing. All credit to the BBC for breaking this sensational development. Furious exchanges took place on Twitter this morning as both the Beeb and the Daily Telegraph claimed credit for the scoop. Fair …
I've read the article.
1) It doesn't say it's an "iPad App". It says: "It is a web app".
2) The word "sentiment" is not used.
3) It doesn't say that it is exclusive to Cameron.
So, to paraphrase, almost every piece of information provided about the article turns out to be fanciful and bogus.
Same old, same old.
...the could use a setting like Project Cybersyn (not, truly, not what you think). Seems to have been just as effective as the web/ipad/whatever app that they may or may not be making...
"Hmmm, housesprices climbing on Pleasant Crest?" ka-ZING! "Taken care of, Prime Minister"
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