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  • Project Management & Technical Consulting

    Project Management & Technical Consulting

    The more complex IT projects become the more is the need of different certified specialists to be part of the project. But its not always ...

  • Web Development

    Web Development

    Websites are the crucible of information and hub of customer- business interaction. A website is not only an online business listing but ...

  • Digital Marketing

    Digital Marketing

    As a Digital Marketing Company we offer digital strategies, planning & creativity, resulting in highly successful online marketing campaigns.

  • UI And UX


    New technologies are coming up daily but majority of people who use online services are not tech savvy, they rely on the intuitive features ...

  • UI And UX
  • Mobile App Development

    Mobile App Development

    Only a few more things are more ubiquitous than Mobile apps. With the surge of active smartphone user, the consumer base of businesses is ...

  • Mobile App Development
  • Mobile App Development
Latest News


  • 45 million people send birthday wishes on Facebook each day

     Roughly 1 in 30 Facebook users tells someone Happy Birthday each day, showing Facebook’s first major emergent behavior is still going strong. Now Facebook is equipping the 45 million people sending birthday wishes each day with some new features. Now instead of just posting a soulless “HBD” or “Happy Birthday!” on someone’s wall with no personal message,… Read More

  • Facebook and Instagram get redesigns for readability

     Taking inspiration from line drawings, Reddit and Messenger, Facebook is overhauling the design of the News Feed to make it more legible, clickable and commentable. Meanwhile, Instagram today got a little redesign itself with comment reels now being threaded so you can have sub-conversations in public. Read More

  • Facebook adds eBay’s Daily Deals to its Marketplace on mobile

     Facebook is again getting into the daily deals space, this time in collaboration with eBay. The company has launched a new feature within its Marketplace section on its mobile app, where a selection of inventory from eBay’s Daily Deals program is now available. The deals can be shopped directly in Facebook’s app, but checkout takes place on eBay’s website through an in-app… Read More

  • Gadgets

  • After rebranding to Puls and raising new cash, CellSavers wants to help set up your smart gadgets

     CellSavers, the on-demand smartphone and tablet repair service, is rebranding its business to Puls and expanding its suite of services to include most smart devices in a home. The San Francisco-based company also rounded up $25 million in new financing to help support its new marketing push and services. Read More

  • DJI adds an offline mode to its drones for clients with ‘sensitive operations’

     DJI is working on a “local data mode” for its apps that prevents any data from being sent to or received from the internet. The feature will be welcomed by many, but it’s hard not to attribute the timing and urgency of the announcement to the recent ban of DJI gear by the U.S. Army over unspecified “cyber vulnerabilities.” Read More

  • Update bricks smart locks preferred by Airbnb

     A subset of smart locks made by Lockstate have been bricked after an update. The smart lock vendor is part of Airbnb’s Host Assist program, and integrates with the accommodation rental platform so, for instance, hosts can automatically generate and email one-time codes for their guests to use during check-in. Read More

  • Enterprise

  • Uber debuts new Uber for Business with custom travel programs and rules

     Uber is introducing a major revamp of their Uber for Business platform today, the first significant update they’ve done since the enterprise tool’s introduction. The new Uber for Business incorporates a lot of user feedback to provide easy setting of rules to ensure travel policy is followed, as well as group-based access levels and custom program creation. Previously, a lot of… Read More

  • Microsoft acquires Cycle Computing

     Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Cycle Computing, a twelve-year-old Connecticut-based company that focuses on helping enterprises orchestrate high-performance computing jobs, large data workloads and other “big computing” jobs in the cloud. The financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Read More

  • Amazon Macie helps businesses protect their sensitive data in the cloud

     Amazon’s AWS cloud computing service hosted its annual NY Summit today and it used the event to launch a new service: Amazon Macie. The idea behind Macie is to use machine learning to help businesses protect their sensitive data in the cloud. Read More

  • Technology

  • The startup disrupting the conversation in the mobile data battleground

    It is widely reported that an incredible 97% of consumers will leave a brand based on a negative customer experience. Meanwhile, a recent study by Marketforce revealed that 66% of customers would switch mobile carriers to get better value for their price. Equally, 33% will change wireless carrier to get more flexible plans to fit their needs. Welcome to the digital world where the personalization of everything is the new currency. If a brand fails to listen to its customers or remove frustrating friction points from archaic processes, loyalty will be sacrificed with immediate effect. A criminally overused phrase is…

    This story continues at The Next Web

  • Industry-leading VPN coverage at home or work — for less than $2.50 a month

    Private Internet Access not only looms as an unquestioned industry leader in protecting your online activities, but with deals like this two-year subscription for only $59.95 (63 percent off its regular price), it’s also one of the most affordable VPN services as well.

  • Facebook now lets you collect non-profit donations on your birthday

    The Facebook birthday message has practically become an internet trope: A myriad of people you haven’t had a real conversation with in years will come out to type ‘hbd.’ But now Facebook is actually putting your sudden popularity spike to good use by introducing birthday fundraisers. No, it’s not so you can ask money to throw the biggest party ever; instead Facebook allows you to raise money for a non-profit. It’s kind of genius. Two weeks before your birthday, Facebook will ask if you want to dedicate your birthday to support a cause. You then pick from one of 750,000…

    This story continues at The Next Web

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