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Ethereum Blockchain Technology Basics

Posted: January 22nd, 2018

By now you probably heard a lot about Ethereum, which is the second biggest currency behind Bitcoin. Whether you are a blockchain technology developer, a crypto investor, or an entrepreneur who wants to create your own cryptocurrency and launch an ICO (Initial Coin Offering), Ethereum is certainly a platform that you should get to know better.

Ethereum Basics

According to the Ethereum website, Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts. Ethereum can be compared to a much more familiar name—Bitcoin. Ethereum is based on smart contracts, while Bitcoin is fundamentally a digital currency. Smart contracts are computer protocols that View more…

Top Five Startups by Ex-Googlers

Posted: December 19th, 2017

Google is one of the largest technology companies on the planet. Its significant size also translates to a massive workforce. Over 70,000 people have worked at the Mountain View Googleplex and other company offices since its establishment. The company management encourages its employees to be entrepreneurial and innovative. However, Google has its fair share of employees leaving the company to start their own companies. Some of these ex-Googlers, on leaving the company, decided to scale down and start-up new enterprises to great success.
Initiatives founded by ex-Googlers have had heads turning around the globe. Some of them have already been View more…

How to make an app like Instagram

Posted: December 1st, 2017

How to Make an App like Instagram

Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram for a billion dollars in 2012 was considered by investment analysts as extravagant at the very least. However, by 2016 when Instagram was conservatively valued at $50B, the critics were claiming to have been misquoted. But how easy is it to build an app like Instagram? The simple answer is that it’s not rocket science. It is harder, far harder. I mean, Kim Jong-un’s North Korea and other pariah states have enough rocket scientists to build millions of missiles, but there is only one Instagram in the world. And View more…

Augmented Reality Mobile App Development

Posted: November 20th, 2017

Why Now is the Best Time to Make an Augmented Reality Application, and How to Do It.

Ten years ago, the tech industry and video game developers were ecstatic about the opportunities advances in technology were creating for virtual reality. However, as we hurtle into the 21st century proper, more and more developers are turning their backs on virtual reality for a new and exciting approach to perception: Augmented Reality. Developers are not the only ones turning to Augmented Reality. Harvard Business Review recently had a major segment authored by the famed Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, which had View more…

How to make an app like Uber : A Look at Functionality and Cost

Posted: November 11th, 2017

Do you want to improve your service delivery by offering it on demand? If so, Uber is a great case study. Uber’s journey will help you learn how to build a first class on demand app and provide excellent service while understanding the costs associated with the development process. Let’s get started.

Developing an application like Uber and uploading it to the Google Play store or the Apple App store is not a walk in the park. Shifting users from the taxi business requires an exceptional experience for both riders and drivers, a seamless application and a trustworthy intermediary.

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How to Build Great Enterprise Apps 

Posted: October 17th, 2017

Enterprise Apps: The Time is Now
According to Samsung over a quarter of consumers currently use a mobile phone or tablets as their main work-related computing device. So it is no surprise that Enterprise App Development is a trending area of focus for C-Suite executives, employees, and developers alike. Enterprise app developers understand that this type of software design is based on employee and interagency interaction as opposed to that of consumers. For many users, Enterprise Apps can seem complex, too technical, and poorly integrated. For a variety of reasons, the application of Enterprise software is often less than seamless. Enterprise View more…

5 Ways a CTO can Accelerate Business with AI without Help from Elon Musk

Posted: October 3rd, 2017

With all of the buzz around AI this year, including Elon Musk’s launch of Neuralink, an AI startup that would link computers to human brains, we wanted to look at what companies should be expecting from AI and how to incorporate it into their businesses and projects today. The tools to build AI machines have become widely available making it necessary for any company who wants to have a competitive advantage in tomorrow’s world. No one wants to be in the same boat as photo film giant Kodak when they chose not to invest in digital tech. Now is View more…

5 Things You Need to Know About Chatbots

Posted: September 25th, 2017

Chatbots are currently the hottest technology trend that offers a variety of functions including personal assistance, weather forecast, and flight delay updates. Before proceeding, make sure to have a clear picture of exactly what a Chatbot is. A Chatbot (also referred as Chat bot) is an artificial intelligence technology developed to initiate conversation with human users. Chatbots can respond automatically to direct commands by analyzing keywords and delivering natural conversational phrases. Some of the most popular and featured Chatbot applications are Chatbot Facebook, Smooch for Messenger, Smokey, Kik, Settle it, and much more.  The AI industry is expected to View more…

How to Develop a Great Apple Watch App – 5 Essential Tips

Posted: May 7th, 2015

When the book has been written on advancements in tech for 2015, there’s going to be two items that changed the game. Firstly is the recently announced Tesla Motors Powerwall. It might not be the leap to sustainable energy for all that we might hope for, but it’s certainly a step in the right direction. The other will undoubtedly be Apple’s Watch. With a million pre-orders and a year one sales forecast of thirty million units, the Apple Watch is going to make some serious waves. But how can we capitalize and develop hot apps for the platform?
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How to Cut Shopping Cart Abandonment in Half

Posted: April 30th, 2015

It has to be one of the most frustrating trends in e-commerce. Your prospective customer has selected items, gone to the shopping cart, and for some reason BOOM. They’re gone, and your shopping cart is left abandoned; the promising sale is lost. The statistics paint a pretty harrowing picture. If Edward Munsch’s guy on a bridge were in e-commerce, we’d know exactly what he was screaming about! Baymard.com calculates an average abandonment rate of 68.07%. Yup, that’s over two-thirds of every potential customer, a cost to the industry estimated in 2014 to be over three trillion dollars. Three trillion! View more…