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
It's not a secret that technology does not stand still and every year gadgets are becoming smarter and the developers are trying to surprise users and make something incredible. Probably, one of the most expected smartphone of this year – is the new iPhone 7. It not only possesses all the necessary functions, but also… Continue reading iPhone 7: what we can expect
iBeacon is the name used for Apple’s technology that provides location-based services and information to mobile applications on both Android and iOS devices using Bluetooth Low Energy. The beacons themselves are small transmitters that can be placed in stores or specific points of interest, such as museums or airports. Apps installed on mobile devices “listen”… Continue reading iBeacon revolution: what is it?
The use of health apps has skyrocketed in 2014. Flurry, a mobile analytics company, has followed over 6,800 health and fitness-related apps, and sees a growth of 62% based on measurements of the number of times the app is opened and used. Overall growth rate apps otherwise is 33%. By 2017 the app market is… Continue reading Boom in mobile health apps and healthcare IT outsourcing
Nowadays there are a lot of browsers that users can choose starting with the old standby Internet Explorer and ending with the newer Chrome and Firefox browsers. If none of those browsers is really your cup of tea, you could try a new one. The “novice” is called Vivaldi and it comes from a team… Continue reading New contender in browser wars: Vivaldi