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Creating-apps-that-work-without-the-Internet

Creating apps that work without the Internet


Friday, May 3, 2019 by

We've become a bit lazy in the United States when it comes to developing apps. It's nothing for us to stuff in a healthy dose of remote content downloads for our games, mobile ad networks for our full-screen videos, analytics so we can track user activity, and other fat-pipe code that works well in the land of gigabit connections. But did you know that a...


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Simplifying digital transformation with VANTIQ Modelo 3.0


Friday, October 12, 2018 by

VANTIQ announced new capabilities in its VANTIQ Modelo application development platform that help companies gain maximum value from their event-driven, real-time business application initiatives that span from cloud to edge. VANTIQ Modelo 3.0 users can quickly build and deploy cloud-to-edge business applications that deliver improved business agility. "Digi...


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Research suggests a diverse need for video communications PaaS


Friday, December 1, 2017 by

Vidyo in collaboration with WebRTC ventures has released a report titled “The Rise of Embedded Video Communications: Trends in Video-Enabled Apps.” The report shows that communications platforms-as-a-service (PaaS) is a top choice for those who are planning embedded video projects, with 49% of respondents saying that they plan to use a communications PaaS to initiate an...


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Wifi vs Bluetooth vs BLE, choosing the right IoT tech


Tuesday, May 16, 2017 by

Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices are increasing in popularity and availability - think Amazon Alexa, smart thermostats & light bulbs, Internet-connected garage door openers, GoPro cameras, and so on. One thing these products have in common is that they communicate wirelessly with either a mobile device, the Internet, or both. As these devices become smarter and gene...


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IBM and the Weather Company just introduced mesh network alerts


Wednesday, February 15, 2017 by

IBM and The Weather Company, an IBM Business, have introduced a new Mesh Network Alerts technology that provides a mobile method of communicating with underserved populations in developing countries to notify of potential severe weather events or disasters - even in areas with limited Internet connection, or cellular networks are disrupted due to an outage. Develop...


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Why Hasn't the Internet of Things Taken Off - and How Can It


Friday, June 17, 2016 by

Nest thermostats, Hue light bulbs, Fitbit fitness trackers – these and a number of competing devices are the kinds of Internet of Things applications to reach the general public. That’s solid progress if you compare today’s IoT to where it was 5 years ago, when it was primarily the domain of enthusiasts, but it’s a long way from the kind of ubiquity we see in the m...


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NGINX Adds UDP Load Balancing Capabilities for IoT Applications


Saturday, March 19, 2016 by

NGINX has introduced new load balancing capabilities to support the User Datagram Protocol (UDP). These new features build on NGINX’s existing Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and HTTP load balancing capabilities as a front-end for a wide range of web and mobile applications. UDP is emerging as one of the protocols-of-choice for new Internet of Things (IoT) appl...


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PacketZoom Launches Platform to Allow Mobile Apps to Access Cloud Content Up to 10 Times Faster


Tuesday, May 12, 2015 by

PacketZoom is launching what it calls a Mobile Speed as a Service (MSaaS), with a new platform that addresses problems mobile app users experience with app performance.The service is designed specifically for mobile app publishers and has the potential to speed up app content download time from the Cloud by up to 10 times. PacketZoom moves beyond the 40 year-old TCP pro...


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Imagination Technologies Ray Tracing Graphics Cores Provide New Opportunities for Unity Devs


Wednesday, March 19, 2014 by

Imagination Technologies has launched a new family of graphics IP cores that enable more immersive games and apps with real-life dynamic lighting models that enable advanced lighting effects, dynamic soft shadows, and life-like reflections and transparencies.The real gee whiz part of this announcement is the power of ray tracing that creates photo-realistic images by ac...


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$20 Indian Android Tablet Have a look


Thursday, November 29, 2012 by

A $20 Android tablet? This thing has to be complete junk! And how about a $2 / mo unlimited data plan? Sound way to good to be true? Maybe not, the results from this $20 tablet might really surprise you.The Ubislate 7ci, also known as the Aakash2, is the latest gadget from Datawind, a Canadian company that's spent seven years trying to find the ideal market for som...