IoT

M2M. Main differences with IoT. Trend Industries for using.

When it comes to communications between machines, the terms Machine to Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are seemingly similar to each other. In fact, there is a very strong connection between both terms, which is why, they are often used as the same. However, that is a mistake because there are substantial… Continue reading M2M. Main differences with IoT. Trend Industries for using.

Augmented reality AR, Gaming, Virtual Reality (VR)

HoloLens and how it could transform the future

What is HoloLens? “Microsoft isn’t aiming to place people in Virtual World/Reality. Microsoft aims to take you beyond pixels, screens and virtual world.” Alex Kipman, Hololens Leader Microsoft HoloLens is certainly more than a normal, simple headset display. It uses 3D holograms seamlessly blended with the real world. How does these holograms appear? The HoloLens… Continue reading HoloLens and how it could transform the future

Big Data, Cloud, FinTech

Differences and advantages of public and private blockchains

Now everyone is talking about bitcoin, blockchains, its impact on the world economy, etc.. We can find lots of articles on the internet telling us when blockchain first appeared, the way blockchain works, its perspectives for the future. In my article I tried to look deeper and analyze different types of blockchains, their advantages and… Continue reading Differences and advantages of public and private blockchains

Apple, iPhone

How time flies: Apple’s iPhone turned 10

10 years ago, on June 29, 2007, the original iPhone went on sale in the United States. Customers lined up to get their hands on it at Apple stores across the country and at some AT&T retailers. Apple stores stayed open until midnight the night of the launch, allowing customers to purchase up to two… Continue reading How time flies: Apple’s iPhone turned 10

Android, IT Trends, Java, Open Source, Programming languages, software development

Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?

When creating native apps for Android, you will normally use the Java programming language for your logic. The same way as Objective C for iOS, Java was written long before mobile development took place. Both languages are powerful, fully-functional and effective. But the fact is that they were not optimized for mobile. Why not to… Continue reading Is Kotlin a new Java for Android?