Spanish chef Ferran Adrià has launched an app based on his cookery book written for the home chef and inspired by staff meals served at his restaurant El Bulli.
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Rolls Royce has recently introduced a resource that allows potential Rolls-Royce customers to search for pre-owned cars online.
This is called Provenance Pre-owned Stock Locator, and can be accessed by using an iPad, computer or smart phone.
New York-based, Michelin-starred French chef Laurent Gras is the latest chef to release his first cookbook in digital form.
Gras chose to bypass the traditional publishing medium and go straight to the e-book route with his first cookbook Laurent Gras: My Provence.
Coinciding with the publication of the book titled Louis Vuitton: 100 Legendary Trunks, the brand has developed an iPad app of the same name.
The app has pretty much the same content as the book, including images of the most spectacular trunks and cases created on commission by Louis Vuitton, 1000 illustrations and even an ad catalogue from 1892.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has commissioned the design of a personalised iPad app, which will allow him to run the country from his Apple tablet.
Stella McCartney has relaunched her website, equipping it with all the latest features before the fashion week rush. She is also launching a new iPad app.
Almost 30 European countries including France, Germany, Italy, and Spain were added to McCartney’s new e-commerce, which also enables shoppers to reserve an item online and pick it up at a store of their choice.
Additionally, the in-store “Private Wardrobing” service, a personalized concierge service, can now be booked online.