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In a classic episode of South Park, the boys encounter a lair of Underpants Gnomes – so named because they run a business collecting underpants. Their […]
Dynatrace news We just wrapped up Perform 2018 and now it’s time to focus on this year’s Big Game. Last year, reports from Adweek had 30-second spots running $5 million USD, and reports this year are that ads are in the same price range. The ads aired during the Super Bowl ...
The AppDynamics End User Monitoring product has certainly evolved over time. It first launched in 2013 to monitor web applications running on browsers. Then, to address the shift of increasing mobile activity (thanks in large part to the introduction of the iPhone), we added support in...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the perfect prescription for revitalizing the political poster child for the Manufacturing industry. I mean, what could be more exciting than to couple IoT (e.g., sensors, beacons, geographical positioning) with artificial intelligence to create manufact...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the perfect prescription for revitalizing the political poster child for the Manufacturing industry. I mean, what could be more exciting than to couple IoT (e.g., sensors, beacons, geographical positioning) with artificial intelligence to create manufact...
For those of us old enough to remember Y2K, it’s hard to believe we are already in 2018. Just a scant 19 years ago we worried that the world would end when computers were asked to switch centuries on their internal clocks from 19## to 20##. ‘Future proofing’ was not a concept embraced ...
Earlier this week, Google’s DeepMind team published a paper describing AlphaZero, a new generic reinforcement learning algorithm that has done some remarkable things. First, in about eight hours, it taught itself to beat AlphaGo, a human-trained AI system that beat the best human Go pl...
Welcome to the TV industry’s latest bit of magic ... prestidigitalization. It’s a new twist on the old sleight-of-measurement trick. Here’s how it works. You buy TV the old-fashioned way because, well, that’s how you buy TV. The ratings suck. You want to pay less because you’re getting...
In just three months European banking will undergo a seismic shift brought on by a regulatory event known as the revised Payment Services Directive. Starting in mid-January, banks and other financial institutions will be required to make customer account information available to approv...
The battle between e-commerce and retail companies is converging as more retailers like Walmart look to augment their brick and mortar presence with an online presence, and more e-commerce companies like Amazon establish an offline presence. To support this two-way expansion, retailers...
Across three rows, with laptops and smartphones in hands sit nearly 40 young men and women from a generation whose only recollection of the last great technological shift was a time when they could order the newest Harry Potter book online and when Apple announce the iPhone. Students a...
Across three rows, with laptops and smartphones in hands sit nearly 40 young men and women from a generation whose only recollection of the last great technological shift was a time when they could order the newest Harry Potter book online and when Apple announce the iPhone. Students a...
Considered to be the most advanced and open release yet, iOS 11 was a long-anticipated update for the Apple operating system. While consumer-facing aspects of the new OS are clearly impressive, the capabilities for app development are even more exciting. With a set of innovative tools,...
Is there anyone who is yet to hear about Phone Gap development? The post Delivering Mobility Solutions for Ceramic Tiles Industry appeared first on .
Water Taxi Booking Yacht Renting Cruise Renting Ferry and Motor Boat Renting Commercial Water Transportation Who should read this blog Entrepreneurs Startups. The post A New Revolution For The Water Borne Transportation Software Solutions appeared first on .
Professional negotiators often wax poetic about win-win outcomes: where both sides cooperate and compromise. In practice, win-win is never a dominant strategy. Lose-lose almost always beats it. Here’s why. The post Why Lose-Lose Almost Always Beats Win-Win originally appeared here on ...
What, exactly, did Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other tech giants do to empower or enable bad actors (foreign governments, radical organizations, Russians) to influence the outcome of the 2016 elections? How did it happen? Who is to blame? How can we prevent it from happening again? ...
I started doing SharePoint Conference readiness checklists back at SPC11 and I wanted to update it for Ignite 2017.   This list may look similar to previous lists, but I have made lots of updates and additions.What to pack:Chargers / Power Supplies – I remember when I went to...
Proper IT management requires proper incident management. Otherwise, you court Murphy’s law at your peril. In the IT world, if a server can fail, a cache overload or traffic overload the network – it will. And the consequences of downtime are significant. Many IT organizations face dat...
In a recent 6 part blog series on the MEAN & MERN stacks, I stepped through how you can build modern applications on a stack of MongoDB, Node.js, Express, and Angular or React. What if there was a service that took care of everything apart from the application frontend (Angular, Re...
Apple Company has been recognized as the most valuable company in the world of the technology. It does not mean that if the company is number one, then there will The post Now, Apple Company Is on Its Way Designing Own Graphic Chips for The iPhone appeared first on Technology News and ...
As a tech geek I was an early adopter of the iPhone. I joke around with my friends that I thought of it before anyone else. Way back in 2005, a few years before the release of the iPhone, I picked up an iPod, and said “One day this thing will be all glass and it will be colour, and we ...
I’ll never forget the day that I first encountered the Internet. It was 1989 when a friend who worked in aerospace showed it to me — […]
By now you’ve probably read that Apple’s next flagship iPhone might be running a bit behind the company’s usual release schedule. The culprit seems to be a fingerprint sensor of The post You’ll know Apple blew it when it makes a fingerprint dongle appeared first...
Although Apple’s operating system holds second place in the global market share with only 12%, iOS app development is much more lucrative. When developing for the iOS platform you are targeting an audience with much greater purchasing power, but more importantly, is loyal to the platfo...
This is the sixth and final blog post in a series examining technologies such as MongoDB and REST APIs that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications. Modern Application Stack – Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack introduced the technologies making up the MEAN (M...
Apple was low-hanging fruit when Barron’s recommended the stock last spring at $108 (“Why Apple Is Worth $150 a Share,” April 9). It recently fetched $140, for a return since The post Apple Could Rise 10% in 6 Months appeared first on Technology News and Reviews | A2Z Support.
Apple has opened a new front in its global patent war with Qualcomm. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has sued Qualcomm in a U.K. court, accusing the chipmaker of violating patents The post Apple Is Expanding Its War With Qualcomm appeared first on Technology News and Reviews | A2Z ...
A note  from Drexel Hamilton’s analyst Brian White via Business Insider shares that he believes “Apple has Samsung on the ropes like never before in recent memory.” The competition between the The post Analyst says Apple has upper hand on Samsung now more than ever appeared first on Te...
For more than a decade, if Apple manufactured it, we purchased it – in bulk. There are so many Apple devices in our offices, someone once said, “It looks like Steve Jobs threw up in here.” That was then. The post Is Apple Over? originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
Look at how far we’ve come. Just seven decades ago, the word “computer” referred to someone in an office with a pile of charts and a slide rule. Then ENIAC, the first electronic computer, appeared. It was followed quickly by the Commodore 64 personal computer and later, the iPhone. Tod...
We asked 50 futurists, professionals employed to review trends and develop strategy, to identify and rank the top five ways they believe digital transformation will drive value generation between now and 2020.  Here are their top five answers:Accelerates speed to marketStrengthens...
It looks like Apple’s big bet on building an array of services like iCloud, Apple Music and the App Store is starting to be the big business the company hoped The post Apple’s services are buoying its return to growth as its iPhone engine stalls appeared first on Technology News and Re...
C++ is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It’s very fast and used for many high-profile projects, including Google Chrome and Microsoft Office. C++ is a mid-level language that communicates close to the hardware layer while still being easier to program than lo...
Samsung is about to officially release the findings of its internal investigation of the potential causes for the Note 7 thermal runaway issues. Although the results of these tests have been widely reported elsewhere, the findings are still under publication embargo, so I’m not going t...