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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


    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 ...

  • Mobile App Development
  • Mobile App Development
Latest News


  • Instagram launches Story Search for hashtags and locations

     Instagram Stories wants to be your window into what’s going on around a topic or place right now, so it’s adding a way to search Stories two months after Snapchat did the same. Instagram users can now search for a location or hashtag, and see a Story compiled from Story posts by other users that include that location sticker, hashtag sticker, or hashtag in the caption. Location… Read More

  • Zenefits introduces level-funded insurance plans and more mobile updates

     Zenefits, in a further attempt to find its way into small businesses as a human resources management service that can outmaneuver larger and more complex platforms, is releasing a suite of new updates today. Much of these updates revolve around trying to simplify the process of managing an employee base, from benefits to payroll, to something as simple as a few taps on an app. Right now… Read More

  • Chinese trio carve up a quarter of global smartphone sales in Q1: Gartner

     The global smartphone market grew 9.1 per cent in the first quarter of this year, according to Gartner’s latest stats, and growth is being driven by a trio of Chinese device makers. Read More

  • Gadgets

  • Apple and Nokia bury patent hatchet

     Well that didn’t last long. A fresh patent spat between Nokia and Apple which fired up at the back end of last year when Cupertino accused the former world number one mobile maker of making like a patent troll appears to have been resolved already. Read More

  • Project recreates cities in rich 3D from images harvested online

     People are taking photos and videos all over major cities, all the time, from every angle. Theoretically, with enough of them, you could map every street and building — wait, did I say theoretically? I meant in practice, as the VarCity project has demonstrated with Zurich, Switzerland. Read More

  • Away nears 100K stylish suitcases sold as it raises $20M

     What do people actually want in luggage? A phone charger, unbreakable exterior, and maximum packing space at a resonable price is what Away discovered. So it built a line of sleek but expansive polycarbonite suitcases equipped with battery packs, and sold them direct-to-consumer. Now after selling nearly 100,000 suitcases and generating $20 million in revenue, Away has raised a $20 million… Read More

  • Enterprise

  • Google Attribution is a free and easy way to evaluate marketing efforts

     At Google’s Marketing Next conference, the company is announcing a new beta for Google Attribution, a free tool for examining the role that different marketing strategies play in customer purchasing decisions. Regardless of device or marketing channel, Google wants Attribution to be a home for evaluating marketing campaigns. By creating a tight loop between strategy, ad spend and… Read More

  • Google is now using deep learning to measure store visits

     Google is announcing a major update to its store visits measurement tool today at its Google Marketing Next conference. Google has used anonymized location and contextual data since 2014 to estimate brick and mortar store visits spurred by online ads. The company is augmenting its existing models with deep learning to bring insights to even more customers. Omnichannel marketing is as big of… Read More

  • Kuang-Chi invests $5 million in SkyX, a maker of drones to monitor oil and gas pipelines

     Shenzhen-based Kuang-Chi Group is investing $5 million in SkyX Systems Corp., according to the drone tech startup’s founder and CEO Didi Horn. A former fighter pilot with the Israeli Air Force, Horn started SkyX in 2015 to help public and private companies monitor energy infrastructure from on high, using increasingly powerful drones and big data analytics. Read More

  • Technology

  • 5 things to ensure you can work effectively while traveling

    Working while traveling can seem like a good idea – until you’re stuck with a dying laptop, nowhere to charge it, and no Wi-Fi. In that case, it’s easy to lament your poor life choices while watching the time you’d planned to spend working slowly tick away. Well, luckily, it doesn’t always have to end up that way. With today’s technology, preparing for every contingency is easier than ever – not to mention, the technology is small enough to ensure that you can still travel just as lightly as you would like without sacrificing your contingency plans. So before you…

    This story continues at The Next Web

  • IKEA adds Google Home and Amazon Alexa support to its smart light bulbs

    IKEA is betting big time on smart home appliances. In a new Swedish press release spotted by MacRumors, the popular ready-to-assemble furniture retailer announced its affordable TRÅDFRI line of smart lighting systems is slated to get support for Google Home, Apple HomeKit as well as Amazon Alexa. Among other things, the integration will enable users to pair their smart light bulbs with other smart home devices like thermostats and door locks. But perhaps most convenient will be the functionality to control the lights with your voice, once you’ve connected them to your Home or Echo smart speaker. The Swedish home store made its…

    This story continues at The Next Web

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  • Poster lets you upload photos to Instagram straight from your PC

    While Instagram recently made it possible to send photo and video messages to your friends directly from your desktop, you still have to resort to your mobile device to upload pics and clips to your account. But thanks to this app you can ditch your phone and post photos straight from your PC. Available for Mac, Poster is a handy app that lets you upload snaps to your Instagram account – no mobile device required. The unofficial Instagram client essentially clones the user interface of the real thing, but ultimately packages it in an Electron wrapper to make it functional on desktop.…

    This story continues at The Next Web

    Or just read more coverage about: Instagram

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