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    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 ...

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

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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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Latest News


  • LG says its flagship G6 smartphone isn’t selling as well as expected

     LG’s mobile business is in a sticky patch after the company admitted its flagship LG G6 smartphone hasn’t sold as well as expected. LG Electronics itself posted a business-wide operating income of KRW 664.1 billion (USD 588.2 million) on overall revenue KRW 14.55 trillion (USD 12.89 billion). While LG’s operating income rose by 14 percent year-on-year to outpace a four… Read More

  • WhatsApp hits 1B daily users while its Snapchat clone rockets to 250M

     Facebook is winning the race to bring Snapchat’s Stories format to the rest of the world before its originator. WhatsApp Status, its version of Snapchat Stories, now has 250 million daily active users. That’s despite it being relegated to a secondary dedicated tab in the app, opposed to being front and center on the home screen like Instagram Stories which also now has over 250… Read More

  • Facebook beats in Q2 with $9.32B revenue despite slower user growth

     Facebook’s hot streak continued with a strong Q2 2017 earnings report. It earned $9.32 billion and $1.32 in GAAP actual EPS, compared to estimates of $9.2 billion revenue and $1.13 EPS. Revenue growth was 44.7% year-over-year, compared to 59% in Q2 2016, indicating that revenue growth is slowing, in line with Facebook’s warning to investors that it was running out of space to show… Read More

  • Gadgets

  • Logitech Circle 2 is a great surveillance system, but for a price

     Accessible home monitoring should be more than just being able to buy a security camera. It means having a packaged software experience, where you should be able to link cameras over a secure cloud connection while mounting them on walls, glass or the outdoors. Because we live in the age of connected devices, being able to interface with Alexa and HomeKit software should not only be a bonus but… Read More

  • The OOOI Analog is the best of both horological worlds

     Butler Watch is run by pilot Corey Butler. It is a labor of love for Butler and his watches are aimed directly at pilots and pilots-to-be. Take the OOOI Analog, for example. This new crowdfunded watch features a digital readout with quartz analog movement. The piece costs $459 for early birds. The movement, an ETA 988.333, has a pair of analog hands for the hour and minutes as well as two… Read More

  • Apple or Foxconn could be building factories in the US — or maybe not

     President Donald Trump surprised everyone yesterday when he told the Wall Street Journal that Apple CEO Tim Cook told him Apple would build three factories in the U.S. It’s worth quoting Trump on this one: “I spoke to [Tim Cook], he’s promised me three big plants — big, big, big,” he told the WSJ. “I said you know, Tim, unless you start building your plants… Read More

  • Enterprise

  • Slack is raising a $250 million round at $5 billion valuation

     Enterprise messaging service Slack is raising a $250 million round at a $5 billion valuation, TechCrunch has confirmed. We’re hearing that SoftBank, Accel Partners and other existing investors participated. The $250 million financing amount was reported by Bloomberg. Axios first had the names of the lead investors. Recode originally reported on a $500 million round last month, but… Read More

  • Microsoft’s new Azure Container Instances make using containers fast and easy

     Barely a day passes without some news about containers and that speaks to how quickly this technology is being adopted by developers and the platforms and startups that serve them. Today it’s Microsoft’s turn to launch a new container service for its Azure cloud computing platform: Azure Container Instances (ACI). The company also today announced that it is joining the Cloud… Read More

  • OpenText acquires forensic security vendor Guidance Software for $240 million

     OpenText, the content management company based in Waterloo, Ontario announced today that it was buying Guidance Software, a forensic security and eDiscovery vendor for $240 million. OpenText agreed to pay Guidance shareholders $7.10 a share. The price will be less Guidance’s cash on hand of approximately $18 million, making the final price just around $222 million, according to OpenText. Read More

  • Technology

  • Adobe brilliantly reimagines the color picker as an artist’s watercolor palette

    While many imaging apps’ tools closely resemble those used by artists in the real world – such as brushes and pens – the color picker feels like a completely digital device. A new project from the folks at Adobe Research and University of Toronto reimagines it as a skeuomorphic palette that’s designed to be more natural and intuitive, while allowing for the creation of harmonious color schemes and works of art. Instead of forcing users to choose from colors from across the entire spectrum, Playful Palette presents you with an interface that’s more like how you’d mix paint in real…

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  • YouTube Red will merge with Google Play Music soon, and I can’t wait

    Google is finally taking the most logical step towards growing its streaming business: it’s set to merge YouTube Red with Google Play Music, which should make it easier for subscribers to find the tunes they want without all the confusion of the company’s myriad offerings. That’s from Lyor Cohen, YouTube’s head of music, who confirmed the move at the New Music Seminar conference in New York. What we don’t yet know is whether it’ll lead to the launch of an entirely new product. For now, it sounds like Google will simply create a new brand under which both services will…

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  • Facebook now lets you pinch-to-zoom photos without leaving your News Feed

    Instagram finally added the ability to zoom in on photos last year, which you activated using a pinch gesture. Now Facebook appears to be bringing the gesture over to your News Feed. I was browsing my feed earlier today when I noticed a Facebook animation tell me I could pinch to zoom into a photo. There are a few stray mentions of the feature on Twitter over the past couple of months, but I couldn’t find any other reporting on it, so I assume it was probably a small test that went under the radar. Though the feature didn’t work…

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