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IoT and wearables in the workplace

IoT & Wearables: Workplace

While many of the major tech companies have focused on the consumer side of IoT and wearables, others have recognized that there is a lot of potential in the enterprise as well. IoT and wearables in the workplace offer unique opportunities for new experiences within the office, in the interactions with clients, in gathering data […]

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Slack vs Microsoft Teams

Slack vs Microsoft Teams

A couple of months have passed since Microsoft Teams became available to everyone but many are still unsure about the service, especially when comparing it to its more established competitor. In the Slack vs Microsoft Teams debate, there are a few very distinctive points which will make your choice of one over the other much […]

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Chat Fiction

AI, chat fiction, and apps for different ages

When developing and marketing apps, there are countless things to take into account in order for the apps in question to be successful. For instance, developing a great app and marketing it to the wrong age demographics will all but guarantee its failure. Chat fiction apps are on the rise One does not need to […]

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Note-taking apps

Getting Started with note-taking apps

Technology advances in a rapid pace but human habits are hard to ignore. Note-taking, for example, is an ancient art that has been a part of life for organized human beings for centuries. Where technology can help is in the way we take our notes. Handwritten notes may be just fine for some people but […]

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WWDC 2017

Apple WWDC 2017 Roundup

The Apple WWDC 2017 keynote has now wrapped up. For those of you who did not manage to catch the event or did not want to sit through every announcement, we have compiled a list of the conference’s most important announcements right here. HomePod One of the biggest announcements of WWDC 2017 was HomePod, Apple’s […]

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Essential

Andy Rubin unveils Essential phone

Andy Rubin, perhaps best known for developing Android, has been quite busy since he left Google in 2014. In 2015, he founded a new company called Playground Global, a tech incubator which focused on hardware startups, particularly in relation to AI and machine learning. As part of that incubator, Andy also created Essential Products, a […]

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Portable Music History

The History of Portable Music

Take the phone out of your pocket, open any music app or YouTube, and you instantly have access to millions of different songs at your fingertips. Portable music history has truly reached a fantastic point but things were not as easy as this. The early days of portable music history When attempting to define “portable […]

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Live Events

Technology integrations are transforming live events

A couple of decades ago, “technology” was not something that integrated seamlessly into our daily activities or something that was ubiquitous in both our professional and personal lives. Today, it seems that the word “technology” can be attached to practically anything. Major innovations, new devices, and rapid advancements have made technology practically omnipresent in ways […]

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Health IoT

IoT & Wearables: Health

The fact that technology has largely influenced medicine is no secret. Medicine remains one of the most technologically advanced fields and innovations continuously pave the way for remarkable applications. Health IoT & and wearable technologies present some promising opportunities too. Though applications are very limited right now, health IoT devices and wearables are likely to […]

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Google IO

Google I/O roundup – Keynote tidbits

Google’s annual Google I/O developer conference is still going on but all of the big announcements have already taken place. The company had quite a few revelations to make, including some surprises. Here are what we consider some of the most important bits from the conference. AI takes centre stage If the Google I/O conference […]

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Mobile Office Suites

Mobile Office Suites – Microsoft vs Google

Google: Better design, collaboration tools, faster for simple tasks, syncing across everything inside the Drive suite, Gmail best app. Microsoft: Most powerful and feature-rich by far, native environment similar to desktop, complex file-editing, takes up a lot of storage space. There was a time when productivity in mobile devices was considered a pipe dream. Today, […]

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