Consumers of the world, unite! You have everything to lose, including lower prices, faster service, instant information, economic freedom, more products and the knowledge that the world is increasingly at your beck and iPhone call. All this is potentially at risk if the latest Big Government movements
Do you pay attention to the nagging popups to install updates to your computer’s operating system? Apple and Microsoft both have some pretty decent upgrades to their respective operating systems rolling out this fall and if your hardware can handle it, you really should upgrade. Why? Well,
Rajat Kabade IoT-based connected devices are one of the reasons why your privacy is at risk. A recent Wikileaks report revealed that CIA has been using Samsung TV to spy on people. Intelligence agencies around the world have started exploring the vulnerable connected-devices to spy on people.
A new strain of malware has been spreading on Facebook, leading victims into innocuous-looking websites tailored to their system and browser preferences. Discovered by David Jacoby, Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab, he received a suspicious message from one of his friends who he rarely spoke to.
We now live in a mobile-first era and are moving toward a mobile-first index. That’s because consumers are addicted to smartphone and tablets. And that isn’t changing any time soon. In this environment, responsive design is no longer an innovation. Instead, it has become a standard component of
Native, hybrid or responsive: what format to choose to make your mobile users live a successful experience. We take stock! At some point, when designing your mobile application, you will have to decide on how you will develop the application. Your choices include native applications, hybrid applications
It’s worth updating your phone’s operating system as soon as you can. Many top-of-the-line handsets have been found to have a vulnerability that potentially leaves them exposed to a malware attack. The vulnerability (dubbed Broadpwn) affects the Wi-Fi chips on iPhones, Samsung Galaxy and Google Nexus devices.
WalkMe, a company that helps businesses make the best use of the software they already have, now has $75 million in fresh funding to do that. This Series E round, led by Insight Venture Partners, brings total funding to $167.5 million. WalkMe’s software tracks what users do
HIGHLIGHTS Reliance Jio tweaks data and validity for new plans Amazon Prime Day deals continue in India and US Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 available mid-August in India Reliance Jio unveiled new prepaid and postpaid plans for its network on Tuesday, which tweak the amount of data offered and validity
The workplace scenario across the globe has been changing at a rapid pace over the years. Remote work increases our work productivity and lowers stress level. In fact, it helps us to have a proper work-life balance which is what boosts our motivation. So, today we are up