What’s new on the latest Galaxy S9?

Samsung just released the new Samsung 9 and 9+ Indeed, the 25th of February in Barcelona, just the day before the opening of the...

MAILY: Connecting kids with family and friends this Christmas

In the spirit of Christmas, many people believe the holidays are the best time of the year and the perfect opportunity to spend quality...

How to buy IOTA?

Some argue that IOTA is an acronym and represents “Internet of Things” while others say it’s the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet, which...

Innovative Computer Poker Program ‘Libratus’ Wins ‘Best Use of AI’ at HPCwire Awards

The computer poker program Libratus was one of the biggest winners in the recently concluded 2017 International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and...

3 Compelling Reasons to Use Slideshows in a Business Content Marketing Campaign

Visual content is very much the name of the game when it comes to marketing, with videos, infographics and images leading the pack. However...

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...
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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...

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...