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mobility solutions for manufacturing

Automation first came to the factories with the hydraulic lifts in the simple fluid mechanics that lowered the manpower involved in pulling up heavy goods and machinery. As science advanced so did the automation processes and now with the leaps we have taken in web and mobile technology, factories and plants are moving towards hassle free floors, paperless administration. In…

MOOC and M-Learning

In 2012, two professors from Stanford, Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig decided to offer ‘Introduction to Artificial Intelligence’ for free online. Designed to reach out to an English speaking population under the prestigious Stanford banner. There were 160,000 Applicants and the seed to the open online education platform Udacity. Two more platforms came into being within that year Coursera and EdX.…

app security and data privacy

Introduction People who build mobile technology and mobile applications have discovered that data management and security is one of the largest roadblocks regarding in using mobile apps as channel for business. The applications market is buzzing as consumers install applications on their mobile phones in record numbers. These consumers fill out basic details, such as email addresses and passwords and…

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  The Google I/O 2016 came and made some smashing keynote announcements. The upcoming Android N, Google’s breakthrough IOT technology for homes and cars, the larger than life VR with Google Daydream and the mythical customized modular phone story from 2013  being realized as Project Ara; all this and more happened at the I/O 2016, In case you missed on…

Mobile App development using Xamarin

Since Microsoft announced a global collaboration with Xamarin in the beginning of this year, the mobile app development world took notice of the relatively anonymous kin of the popular mobile app development cross platforms . To the layman Xamarin is just another platform for developing apps in C#. If you ask a techie he'll beam at  you before he goes…

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Internet of Things has become all pervasive, exactly as it was meant to be. From smart homes, to smart cars, to smart trash cans, the IOT has added the smart edge to everything. According to Cisco around 50 billion things will be connected to the internet by 2020, Intel estimates the figure to touch the 200 billion mark. There are…

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So you have decided to go the mobile app way to reinforce your sales, take the gaming world by storm, or to sell your enterprise utility tool or well just to aid your day to day tasks internally. Good move! Now let’s come to the second hurdle. Which type of  app type suits your business needs the best? With the…

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