Critics slam open government iPhone apps spending

The US and UK governments seem to be pretty clued-up when it comes to the evolution of computing, kicking off criticism from critics to press forward with investments in mobile (think iPhone) apps specifically-designed to make government services accessible, just as they should be.

The BBC this morning has penned a seemingly anti- piece looking at how the UK government has spent

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