InVision Studio is ready to shake up the design industry

InVision is unveiling a new desktop, screen design tool for digital designers in January 2018. The team behind the popular app have removed the need for clunky...

NSC Global reveal the benefits of being a Cisco Gold Partner

Cisco Gold Partnership is the highest tier for regional firms and companies that operate within a small grouping of countries. Companies like World Wide...

Robinhood will be releasing their fresh web app early next year

Robinhood released their free stock broking app for iOS and Android in late 2014, and now they are pursuing further success with the release...

Mukhtar Ablyazov agrees Belgian citizenship deal

Mukhtar Ablyazov, the fugitive Kazakh billionaire wanted on corruption charges in several European countries, has agreed a deal for Belgian citizenship and immunity as...

Indoorway releases new tool to enable data-driven management in B2B services

Indoorway is a location-based programming tool for businesses, enabling smart solutions to be built. It helps connect your business space with people's presence and behaviour,...

Apple’s acquisition of PowerbyProxi to favour wireless charging for Apple products

Apple announces the acquisition of New Zealand firm, PowerbyProxi, a wireless charging company. Whilst Apple has recently introduced the iPhone 8, iPhone X and Apple...
video

Bubble app releasing a new marketplace for those who can’t code

Bubble, a tool to craft web apps and webpages without knowing how to write code, is about to push a plugin marketplace where users...

Apple Search Ads expanding services to Canada, Mexico and Switzerland

Apple Inc. announced Search Ads, the App Store campaigning tool, will be expanding to Canada, Mexico, and Switzerland, starting today. Up to now, Search Ads...

Stranger Things video game release – what’s next?

On October the 4th, BonusXP, in collaboration with Netflix released Stranger Things: The Game. The mobile game is to accompany the release of its second...

Cubic to present biometric ticketing system at London train stations

Cubic Transportation System (CTS), the US Company behind London’s Oyster card technology, is developing a new ticketing system that uses facial recognition, palm vein...