Google To Shut Down Some Of Its Popular Apps

When the popularity of something falls, it comes to an end. It is likely in the field of technology. When an app losing its users; the company has to shut it down, as the company cannot sustain with losing customers. Recently Google has ended some of its apps, those once ruled our lives. 1. Email:Google […]

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Apple’s Self-Destructive Qualcomm, China Strategies

The reasons behind Apple’s fight against Qualcomm seem as poorly founded as President Trump’s reasons for wanting a wall. Pretty much everyone who understands walls — including China, which has the biggest — knows they don’t really work. Unless you can afford to man the thing, people will find ways over or under it. With […]

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Real estate blockchain set to go live in early ’19

New York-based ShelterZoom plans to launch a real estate application that will lets buyers and sellers transact deals over a blockchain-based network, which could make purchasing a house as easy as pressing a button on a smartphone or tablet. Set to go live in the first quarter of 2019, the application allows sellers, buyers and […]

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Oracle and the JEDI Contract

I was struck by the news that Oracle has filed a suit in federal court over the US$10 billion Pentagon JEDI contract to be awarded to a single vendor. Oracle claims that the single-vendor award is unfair and illegal, a claim it first filed with the GAO, or Government Accountability Office. The suit followed the […]

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LinkedIn: ‘Blockchain developer’ is the No. 1 emerging job

LinkedIn today revealed its top five emerging careers and – in concert with other recent data – found that blockchain developer is at the top of the list. Job listings for those who can create distributed ledgers using a peer-to-peer topology – blockchain’s construct – have grown 33-fold in the past year, according to LinkedIn’s […]

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The LSAT is going digital exclusively on Microsoft Surface Go tablets

Whether you’re applying to law school, are a lawyer, or just have a great love for the show Suits, it might interest you to know that the LSAT is going digital next year and the chosen tablets are Microsoft’s Surface Go. The organization behind the LSAT, the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), says it went […]

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E-Commerce Success Strategies: Think Local, Not Global

The borderless promise of e-commerce doesn’t mean one size fits all. Your business can have customers from around the globe, but if you want to keep them and grow, it is crucial to understand local shopper preferences and behaviors, and be able to respond to them. Without localization, you won’t have an effective go-to-market strategy, […]

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How Much Can Technology Be Trusted?

Since the industrial revolution, technology has changed society continually. Largely due to innovations in semiconductor electronics, software and computer technology, the pace of technological development has continued to accelerate over the past 50 years. Personal computers now fit into your pocket. You have access to people and information all over the world through the Internet. […]

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Google Maps adds a twist of Lime to find you a scooter or bike

Fast becoming the default navigation tool of the modern world, Google Maps is constantly being refined in order to best guide you to your destination. The latest update adds yet another mode of transport to the app. Rolling out to 13 cities (listed below), Google Maps can now show you the location of nearby Lime […]

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How to make a smart internet-connected Christmas tree

Make your Christmas tree lights turn on when Santa delivers his presents One particularly cool thing you can do is make your Christmas tree lights turn on when your Christmas presents are out for delivery. While Santa doesn’t email to let you know when he’s dropping off gifts, the likes of Amazon, Ebay and other […]

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