Today Face Recognition Technology (FRT) has made a significant step forward and seems to slowly become more and more widely used in our everyday lives. It's supposed to be the most natural of all biometric measurements. And for good reason – we recognize ourselves and other people not by looking at fingerprints or irises, for… Continue reading Facial Recognition Technology: Where is it being used, and how does the technology work?
It's no secret that we are about to enter a phase where living smart is the baseline, and everything else just falls in the jigsaw to complement that lifestyle. Our world is shaped by how people and machines work together. And technology is there to support this process. It helps to create better cities for… Continue reading From Smart Technologies to Smart Cities
If you’re the one who still doesn’t know the term “a hybrid app”, it`s the application that runs on both Android and iOS platforms and its code can be used for progressive web applications and even desktop applications (after some minor changes) . Since the appearance of such apps, a number of frameworks for hybrid… Continue reading Top 5 frameworks for mobile hybrid apps: React Native, Xamarin, Ionic, PhoneGap, Sencha Touch
One can’t imagine the development process without using any Version Control System (VCS). The greatest thing about VCS is its ability to track all the changes to your code and to backtrack and undo those modifications if necessary. Git is an example of a Distributed Version Control System (DVCS), also called a source code management… Continue reading GitLab vs GitHub vs Bitbucket: What to choose?
The smartphone has been the most successful electronics product ever, having absorbed in itself the capabilities of the PC, camera, TV, sat-nav, and more along the way. The smartphone has opened massive doors of innovation and opportunity within technology. It is our constant digital companion and go-to device for almost everything: communication, web browsing, listening… Continue reading Are we at the end of the smartphone era?