I think it’s safe to say, every now and then all of us use the services of retail companies via web stores, yeah? But what about a mobile field where we spend like... half of our day sometimes? The number of iPhone and smartphone user is reaching an enormous point, that is just going to increase with each year.
Have you heard about the video game called Counter-Strike: Global Offensive? Being reborn in 2012 this masterpiece from Valve company is still one of the hottest multiplayer games in eSports. If not, here's a quick intro – two teams fight each other to win.
It’s incredible to think that cloud computing was just a buzzword a few years ago. But it’s since become so mainstream that most people have forgotten that there was a time before the cloud. The shocking this is that the cloud has really only been a mass consumption technology for about four years when people discovered how useful applications like Dropbox really were.
A 2016 study suggests that more than two-thirds of all network data breaches in the United States originate with an employee using his or her mobile device to access an employer’s network. Notwithstanding the cyber risk exposure presented by an employee’s use of a personal mobile device, employers are not likely to ban use of personal device access to corporate networks because they perceive that the convenience and benefits of that use outweigh the cyber risk detriment.
The market of food delivery is warm enough to build a successful company that offers fast and cheap services. Customers want to make only a couple of clicks to receive a required package right in front of their home door. An instant callback is no longer a unique selling point and users prefer avoiding personal communication with customer support when they have no troubles.
As you consider what tools to add to your IT infrastructure, the speed at which you can realize a healthy ROI needs to be a major consideration. There are lots of tech tools that are capable of delivering value. The problem is that the delivery is so slow and incremental that it takes years for the solution to pay for itself.
When it comes gaming monitors, choosing the right model can actually be quite difficult and tricky. After you have chosen a proper computer, choosing the perfect monitor is perhaps the most vital aspect of creating a gaming setup. It is actually quite a significant investment, and hence requires a lot of attention when being chosen.
While it may seem that every other idea for a social media app has already been "seen" and "done", that's far from the truth. The niche is still ripe and ready for new disruptions.
As Kevin King, chair of Edelman Digital has noted in his forecast of the social media landscape for 2017: “We're going to see old dogs with new tricks in areas such as content mixed with new dogs who want to change the game altogether”.
Data recovery is not much difficult nowadays because there are lots of free and paid software’s are available in the market there are only few data recovery software’s which provides immediate response and secure recovery.
Easeus Data Recovery Software is also one of the authentic and approved software which help users to immediate get back to all required data in original form.
There are some gadgets and gizmos out on the market today that we could live a thousand years without and not know any different, even if we had given them a try before. On the other hand, there are some things that once you have tried will leave you wondering how you ever got this far without them.
With the advent and rapid expansion of internet and technology, teens all around the globe now have the access to explore the world just with one click. It has become possible for them to reach out to any person in the world or gain access to any topic of their choice.
We've said this before, and we'll say it again. Joerg Sprave is one guy you'll want in your camp when the zombie apocalypse hits. His latest slingshot creation is a weapon you'll want to use against the walking dead.
This is the Kegerator Pro 60 and it combines video games, a high definition TV and a drinking machine. It'll set you back $5,000.
Released by Deram Arcades, the machine features a 60 inch HDTV screen with an arcade machine playing 140 classic games, and comes with a kegerator that can handle three taps giving you the choice of three different frosty beverages at the same time. [Dream Arcades]
With E3 taking place in Los Angeles we have been given a glimpse at the gaming future, but as usual things are more complicated as we see. With the promise of more powerful consoles, better graphics cards for the PC and of course Virtual Reality, thing are looking very interesting for gamers.
You just have to look at the big names that appear in advertisements for mobile games to see there is money to be made. It may come as a surprise, especially when so many of these games are “free-to-play” but the industry around these games is booming.
This is probably the most important mashup of the week, bringing two pop culture releases together - Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode. The video showcases every incarnation of the Doctor fighting death Hunger Games style.