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Got an Android Phone? Get Yourself a Drink

Starting today Android devices (new and old) can guide their user through the welcoming doors of a Harveys pub. With nearly 50 of their own pubs and hundreds of pubs serving Harveys, finding your nearest pint shouldn’t be hard, and now your phone makes that even easier. Stuck in a…

Starting today Android devices (new and old) can guide their user through the welcoming doors of a Harveys pub. With nearly 50 of their own pubs and hundreds of pubs serving Harveys, finding your nearest pint shouldn’t be hard, and now your phone makes that even easier. Stuck…

Taking a Trip to the End of the World

The bunker is tucked away in the gentle Essex countryside, set a little way outside the small village of Kelvedon Hatch. How much the villagers knew about the facility I’m not sure, but it cannot have made them too happy to have such a sensitive government site next door. As…

The bunker is tucked away in the gentle Essex countryside, set a little way outside the small village of Kelvedon Hatch. How much the villagers knew about the facility I’m not sure, but it cannot have made them too happy to have such a sensitive government site next…

Harveys Beer Finder Interview on BBC Radio Sussex

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w57813UYUaQ Hamish Elder, Chairman of Harvey & Son, was interviewed by BBC Radio Sussex's Breakfast Show hosted by Neil Pringle. They discuss how their Ocasta created beer finder app works, the dedicated nature of Harveys beer drinkers and how the app will be enhanced in the future. Thirsty Android users; listen to…

Hamish Elder, Chairman of Harvey & Son, was interviewed by BBC Radio Sussex’s Breakfast Show hosted by Neil Pringle. They discuss how their Ocasta created beer finder app works, the dedicated nature of Harveys beer drinkers and how the app will be enhanced in the future.

A Harveys Pint – Now Always Within Arm’s Reach

Founded in 1790, Harveys is the oldest independent brewery in Sussex. It is still owned and run by the descendents of founder John Harvey. With nearly 50 of their own pubs and hundreds of pubs serving Harveys, finding your nearest pint shouldn't be hard, and now your iPhone makes that…

Founded in 1790, Harveys is the oldest independent brewery in Sussex. It is still owned and run by the descendents of founder John Harvey. With nearly 50 of their own pubs and hundreds of pubs serving Harveys, finding your nearest pint shouldn’t be hard, and now your iPhone…

Ed Moore’s Top Ten Don’ts of Going Mobile

This list originated from a request to Ed Moore while on the Mobile Panel at the ICMA conference in Cologne. After a discussion on the mistakes people made on new mobile projects we agreed to write up our key points. See if you agree. Don't start thinking about supporting phones…

This list originated from a request to Ed Moore while on the Mobile Panel at the ICMA conference in Cologne. After a discussion on the mistakes people made on new mobile projects we agreed to write up our key points. See if you agree. Don’t start thinking about…

Just Launched: The Register On Android

Today marks an important step in Android history. Well, maybe not quite, but you can now read The Register's quirky slant on the tech world straight from your Android phone and tablet. With 5 million readers worldwide, The Register is one of the world's largest online tech publications. With the…

Today marks an important step in Android history. Well, maybe not quite, but you can now read The Register’s quirky slant on the tech world straight from your Android phone and tablet. With 5 million readers worldwide, The Register is one of the world’s largest online tech publications.

Join Ed Moore on The Register’s MWC 2013 Chat

Join Reg editor Tony Smith, mobile experts Bill Ray and Simon Rockman and industry guru Ed Moore for the full debrief on this gladiatorial spectacle. - Mobile World Congress: Rise of the machines, er, handsets • The Register. This coming Thursday, 28th February, Ocasta Studio's mobile guru Ed Moore is available…

Join Reg editor Tony Smith, mobile experts Bill Ray and Simon Rockman and industry guru Ed Moore for the full debrief on this gladiatorial spectacle. – Mobile World Congress: Rise of the machines, er, handsets • The Register. This coming Thursday, 28th February, Ocasta Studio’s mobile guru Ed Moore is…

Brighton Le Mans Racing – Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUP3sRwnizk Last year Ocasta Studios raced in to second place (we still think that's worth shouting about) at the first ever Brighton interagency go-karting tournament. Steve put together this little highlight video to show off our high speed racing skills. At the checkered flag Make Media squeezed in to first…

Last year Ocasta Studios raced in to second place (we still think that’s worth shouting about) at the first ever Brighton interagency go-karting tournament. Steve put together this little highlight video to show off our high speed racing skills. At the checkered flag Make Media…

Introducing The Register for iPhone and iPad

With more than 5 million readers, The Register is one of the world's biggest online tech publications. Today we're thrilled to launched the long-awaited update to The Register's iPhone app, rethinking, redesigning and rewriting their app to match the quality of their content. The app is the best way to read…

With more than 5 million readers, The Register is one of the world’s biggest online tech publications. Today we’re thrilled to launched the long-awaited update to The Register’s iPhone app, rethinking, redesigning and rewriting their app to match the quality of their content. The app is the…