We've blogged about M2M tech in the past but when it comes to connected devices, cars are definitely the most meaningful new frontier for accessing apps and content -- mostly due to the sheer amount of time we spend in them.
Yesterday afternoon, Facebook announced its new mobile app store, called "App Center."
If you look at the mock-up in the above image, it appears users can buy mobile apps from Facebook's desktop format. "The App Center is designed to grow mobile apps that use Facebook –- whether they’re on iOS, Android or the mobile web," wrote Aaron Brady on Facebook's Developer Blog.
Willson, Herb and I attended the HackVan event at Mozilla Vancouver on Saturday. When we first arrived at 9 a.m. we were greeted by a handful of friendly organizers and given breakfast -- a great start. Other developers started to trickle in; I'd say about 35 to 40 in all. Once everyone was settled, Leila Boujnane (CEO of TinEye.com, and one of the founders of HackDays.ca) gave everyone a quick overview of the day's activities.