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    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

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

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  • 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 ...

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Latest News

    Mobile

  • iPhone 8 and 8 Plus cameras get top marks from testing outfit DxOMark


     If our review didn’t convince you that the cameras in the latest iPhones are something special, perhaps DxOMark’s lab-heavy evaluation process will do the trick. The camera testing site unequivocally states that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have the best smartphone cameras it’s ever tested — though they aren’t without their flaws. Read More

  • How tbh hit #1 by turning anonymity positive


     The innovation of tbh, teen-speak for To Be Honest, was getting rid of the typing. Whether asking or answering questions, open text fields invite abuse when combined with anonymity. Even an innocuous question like “What do you think of me?” can lead to mean-spirited comments if responders don’t have their names, and therefore any accountability, attached. Read More

  • Preschoolers get their own Pokémon game with launch of Pokémon Playhouse


     A new app called Pokémon Playhouse from the Pokémon Company, released this week, is bringing Pikachu and friends to preschoolers. Unlike the augmented reality game Pokémon Go, a collaboration between Niantic and Nintendo by way of the Pokémon Company, this latest game is not focused on capturing Pokémon, battling and raids. Instead, it’s filled with activities appropriate for… Read More


  • Gadgets

  • iPhone 8 teardown reveals few surprises, but more camera details


     The always hotly anticipated iFixit teardown of the iPhone 8 has arrived, and while it doesn’t harbor much in the way of surprises, there are a few tidbits you may want to know about hiding in there. Especially if you like hearing about things like “pixel pitch.” Read More

  • I have an SNES Classic Edition, and it rules


     Just in time for a weekend during which I had already planned to do nothing productive, a small package from Nintendo containing what will likely be its hottest item since the NES Classic Edition… which is to say, of course, the SNES Classic Edition. Read More

  • iPhone 8 and 8 Plus cameras get top marks from testing outfit DxOMark


     If our review didn’t convince you that the cameras in the latest iPhones are something special, perhaps DxOMark’s lab-heavy evaluation process will do the trick. The camera testing site unequivocally states that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have the best smartphone cameras it’s ever tested — though they aren’t without their flaws. Read More


  • Enterprise

  • Database provider MongoDB has filed to go public


     MongoDB, a database software company based in New York, has filed to go public with the Securities and Exchange Commission as it continues to burn a ton of cash despite its revenue almost doubling year-over-year. The company, which provides open-source database software that became very attractive among early-stage startups, is one of a myriad of companies that have sought to go public by… Read More

  • Google Cloud adds support for more powerful Nvidia GPUs


     Google Cloud Platform announced support for some powerful Nvidia GPUs on Google Compute Engine today. For starters, the company is making Nvidia K80 GPUs generally available. At the same time, it’s launching support for Nvidia P100 GPUs in Beta along with a new sustained pricing model. For companies working with machine learning workloads, having access to GPUs in the cloud provides… Read More

  • Google makes it easier for businesses to set up new phones for their employees


     Google is launching a new way for businesses to give new phones to their employees: zero-touch enrollment. Traditionally, when you want to give a new phone to an enterprise user, chances are some poor admin has to deal with ensuring that the device is configured correctly and that all the right policies are in place. As the name implies, the new zero-touch enrollment feature, however, takes… Read More

  • Technology

  • Why designers should learn to code — or at least consider it



    It’s an old question: should designers code? And it gets a lot of people riled up whenever brought up in a conversation. So, why are we still talking about it? Well, there’s a few reasons as to why, but it’s mostly because of the reality that, now more than ever, companies are searching for designers that understand HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Hold on.. so does that mean I need to learn coding now too, on top of my design qualifications? Not exactly, but there’s definitely some good reasons for why you should at least consider it. Understand the limitations Not just…

    This story continues at The Next Web

  • If you want to know the secret to selling on Amazon, it’s right here — and it’s $15



    If you’re looking to get into the retail game yourself, there’s plenty of money to be made by hanging your shingle on an Amazon Marketplace virtual storefront. You can find out how to make those dollars without all the growing pain mistakes with the Sell on Amazon: Simple and Effective Strategies course, on sale right now for only $15 (80 percent off) from TNW Deals.

  • Companies need to stop AI-washing their products



    As I think about the parallels between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technologies that have had an impact on their marketplaces, I often come back to the analogy of hybrid and electric cars. People who buy those cars may have a basic understanding of how the technologies work, but most tend to focus on the benefits that come with an investment in the technology, notably spending less on gas while also helping to save the environment. For today’s consumers, it’s not necessarily the technology itself that’s most important but rather the impact that the technology has on the lives of their…

    This story continues at The Next Web

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