IoT, IT Trends, software development

Embedded software development: specifics and areas of application

As computers (and sensors) get smaller, smarter and connected, our everyday objects, from clothing to lavatories to cars, get more intelligent. By so doing embedded software is essential to the operation of today’s smart devices. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. Ninety-eight percent of all microprocessors are manufactured as components of embedded… Continue reading Embedded software development: specifics and areas of application

Gaming, Software Development Services

Unreal Engine 4, Unity, Cry Engine: What to choose?

Before starting development of the game the 1st thing one should decide is: “What engine should I use?” In this article I would like to present a brief overview of the 3 the most powerful engines, in order to clarify their key differences, advantages and disadvantages. Nowadays Unreal Engine 4, Unity and Cry ENGINE are… Continue reading Unreal Engine 4, Unity, Cry Engine: What to choose?

Microsoft, Windows

Windows 8: Five reasons people might want to stay away

We all have heard that Windows 8 will have more tablet and touch-like features and that it will erase the interminable boot up time that it currently takes a PC to start up. Windows 8 will be available for desktops, laptops, and tablets. However W8 is not such a good thing as it seems to… Continue reading Windows 8: Five reasons people might want to stay away

Gaming, Mobile

Will cheap mobile games kill the gaming industry?

Smart phones are already changing many markets in the IT industry. Mobile gaming represents one of the fastest growing segments of the digital games market, and potential for future growth remains strong as more consumers are using smartphones for games of all types, including the increasingly popular mobile game apps. Is the mobile gaming industry… Continue reading Will cheap mobile games kill the gaming industry?

Gaming, Mobile

It’s time to take mobile gaming seriously

The mobile gaming industry is booming; last year alone it made an estimated $800 million. People are buying games and applications on every available device including iOS devices, Smartphones, tablet PCs and more. It’s come to the point where the mobile gaming industry is actually pulling players and revenue from the traditional gaming market. The… Continue reading It’s time to take mobile gaming seriously