American attitude towards restaurant technology
Monday, August 5, 2019 by Brittany Hainzinger
When we Americans eat out there are certain luxuries we've come to expect, and some that we are astonished haven't made it to our favorite dive yet. According to a Forbes report in 2018, One-third of Americans on average eat out every night. OnBuy.com surveyed 1,689 Americans about their attitudes towards restaurant technologies as they exist today. Here’s...
Sam Hinkie to keynote at Cleo Connect 2019
Thursday, July 25, 2019 by Christian Hargrave
If you want to really understand how to create value through digital disruption, these two execs have proven formulas and are lined up to share their keys to success.
Cleo is pleased to announce that Sam Hinkie, former president and general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team, and Charles Araujo, principal analyst at Intellyx and author of several techn...
Edge computing adoption secrets for IIoT
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 by Ramya Ravichandar
Over the past year, many industry players increased their focus on edge-based solutions, and organizations are now beginning to understand the value edge computing can bring to their Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) projects. According to a recent Spiceworks survey, 86% of companies with more than 5,000 employees plan to adopt IoT soluti...
AuGames partners with kathy ireland Worldwide to produce AR for brands
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 by Richard Harris
AuGames has partnered with kathy ireland Worldwide (kiWW), a company founded in 1993, to produce augmented and merged reality (AR/MR) experiences, for both consumers and kiWW partners, to act, interact and react within a range of the kathy ireland brands and products. The partnership aims to provide an innovative and immersive experience by creating one of the...
Snowflake bursting at the seams as Netflix hops on
Thursday, February 14, 2019 by Richard Harris
Snowflake Computing announced another year of exponential growth - but it comes alongside some interesting numbers for cloud adoption as well. The company’s 2019 financial year, which ended January 31, delivered a multitude of successes and recognition from its customers, venture capital firms and industry experts.
Snowflake’s unique cloud-built arch...
4 predictions for hyperconverged infrastructures in 2019
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 by Richard Harris
Enterprise Storage in 2019 will no doubt continue to evolve as the demand for storage space continues to grow. Almost everyone agrees that hybrid cloud is going to improve, we will see more automated and intelligent storage, and containerization and server-less solutions will abound.
But as reported by Forbes, we humans produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day...
Freelance jobs are being embraced by Gen Z
Thursday, August 30, 2018 by Richard Harris
Upwork released new data from Gen Z respondents to Freelancing in America: 2017, a comprehensive measure of the U.S. independent workforce, conducted by independent research firm Edelman Intelligence and commissioned in partnership by Upwork and Freelancers Union.
Findings show that Gen Z - the youngest segment of the adult workforce (people born between 1997-2000), ...
Progressive web apps vs native apps: Showdown in 2018
Thursday, March 1, 2018 by Andrew Gazdecki
Apps have become an integral part of any brand's digital marketing efforts. You'd be hard-pressed to find a company that hasn't, at the very least, thought about developing an app. It would be even more difficult to find a company willing to deny the tremendous impact that an app can have on a brand's engagement and customer experience.
Expert advice: Tips to help developers cope
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 by Richard Harris
According to a forbes report, being a software developer has it’s perks. From a $168,000 a year average media salary, to being able to have your hand in crafting the Instagrams of tomorrow. But the task of creating flawless code and engineering ideas, comes with challenges.It’s good to share war stories to help each other navigate the waters, so we recently had the chan...
Smart mobile marketing during the holidays
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 by Itamar Benedy
The holiday season is often glorified as the “App Developers’ days”, with dream conditions to send people to the app store and download new apps. The numbers don’t lie. 2016 was the best year yet for apps, with over half a million dollars being spend on mobile apps over the holiday - a 52% increase from the year prior (Sensor Tower). This holiday bump can be attributed ...
Transforming Your Employees Into Active Participants Through App Engagement
Saturday, June 11, 2016 by Sal Camarda
There is no doubt that our smartphones are highly valuable to us and have become an extension of our lives. Smartphones have changed how we live, work, create, and maintain relationships. Mobile platforms can improve awareness and engagement around corporate values and significantly enhance the corporate, organizational and community event and initiative experience.
Developers Dominate for Highest Paying Tech Jobs as Market Continues to Grow
Friday, May 13, 2016 by Richard Harris
A recent Forbes report shows that developers lead the way in overall compensation among tech jobs. In fact, the report shows that the top ten highest paying jobs are all for developer employment covering popular technologies and programming skills.Here are the ten paying developer jobs with average salaries offered in the Forbes report:Software Architect – $116,267...
The Business Case for Developing Connected Car Apps
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 by Narayan Sainaney
Smartphone, smart home, smart car: all buzzwords that indicate the Internet of Things is becoming a mainstream topic as people strive to simplify their lives and seamlessly connect to the information, places and people that matter to them most. The average American owns 1.35 sim-card enabled mobile devices. Yet, the car is lagging behind when it comes to being able...
Apps that Stick: A 29 Step Plan for a Killer Launch
Thursday, June 18, 2015 by Matthew Cordasco
Hey while you’re chugging that beer Friday back you may want to think about this head-spinning number: To date App Store developers have earned a cumulative $25 billion from the sale of apps and games.That a big pie, do you have what it takes to get your proper slice?Also, there’s a science to coding an app and there is definitely a science to marketing apps. Finding yo...
Apple vs. Facebook: What Signals Do Industry Giants Send to the App Market (And What do They Mean to iOS Developers)
Tuesday, July 8, 2014 by Natasha Yarotskaya
In recent weeks the iOS app market has been torn between conflicting signals that are coming from its two major players – Facebook and Apple. While there is clear evidence for these signals being interconnected, if they were to materialize they are likely to affect a good deal of iOS developers and tilt the wider app market dynamic. Here we are laying out these signals ...
Wearable Tech’s Hottest Names Converge for SXSW Panel
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 by Richard Harris
AUSTIN, Texas— Rocksauce Studios—an Austin, Texas-based mobile design and app development studio responsible for SmallCall, TickTalk, Brewski Me, and Tripini — will be presenting SXSW’s most blush-inducing panel to the 2014 Interactive Festival. Tech Off Your Clothes: Naked Truths of Wearables, will be an exciting looking into the tech industry’s most burgeoning sc...
5 Reasons HTML5 is Right for You and Your Next App
Friday, January 24, 2014 by Dmitry Sergeev
comes to creating an app, many developers choose the iOS or Android path to
market. However, these shouldn’t be the
only options that are considered. HTML5 is picking up steam worldwide and for
good reason. It provides many benefits for developers that native apps simply
don’t have – from the development process down to the user acquisition stage.
Can the NSA Spy on iPhones using DROPOUTJEEP, Apple says No way!
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 by Richard Harris
In a recent report from Forbes, it's come to light that The U.S. National Security Agency might have be able to retrieve a vast array of data from compromised iPhones according to an NSA document from 2008 leaked by German magazine Der Spiegel and security researcher Jacob Appelbaum. (via Forbes)According to the report, the NSA could install special software onto ...
Not Enough Mobile Programmers!
Monday, July 15, 2013 by Richard Harris
Where are all the app developers asks Forbes? It's a well known fact that the IT industry hasn't really slowed down since it went mainstream in the early 90's. Back in the "old days" there was always the need for an IT admin, a help desk person, a engineer, and the list goes on. Among the laundry list of IT personal sat the programmer, at the top of the pay scale, and a...
Is the Samsung Galaxy S 4 worth the upgrade
Monday, March 18, 2013 by Richard Harris
Samsung has finally unveiled its new flagship smartphone for 2013: the Galaxy S 4, available at the end of April. The Galaxy S3′s successor will come with a 1.9-GHz quad-core Qualcomm 600 processor for U.S. models, a 5-inch Super AMOLED 1080p display and a host of new gesture-based features. But if you own a Galaxy S III, is the S4 worth the upgrade?Here are 4 poi...
Google and Apple tax on developers
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by Richard Harris
Before Apple sent its iPhone out into the world, anyone with a great idea for a cellphone app had to deal with the carriers — a difficult and time-consuming proposition. Apple simplified the process so a bright high school student could bring an app to market.What’s a fair price for offering that platform? Apple concluded that it was 30 percent of the price of...