Nowadays one can easily become overwhelmed by all the virtual reality news. There was new hardware announced, heaps of games to play and peripherals that will be released for hardware soon. The majority of VR technology is on curve to come out in 2016. Before going into the details of high-tech world, it's important to… Continue reading VR review: headsets (Oculus Rift, Gear VR, HTC Vive), platforms (Unity, WorldViz, OSVR), VR for business
It is expected that within the next 5-7 years there will be billions of devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). However, on the way to this bright future, there are certain practical barriers. The traditional model of the Internet of Things requires a centralized system for data processing, which handles all the data… Continue reading Internet of Things and competition of IT giants: IBM, Google, Apple and others.
The Samsung Z is set to hit Russia in the third quarter of the year. This phone is powered by the open source Tizen operating system. For those who didn't know, Samsung has been quietly developing Tizen in the background for three years (Tizen already powers the Samsung Gear watches). I firmly believe Samsung is… Continue reading Has Samsung beaten Canonical at its own game?
The IT sector is flourishing. If you've used a computer for at least a couple of times in the last few years, you've probably noticed this. I’ve noticed it myself even more after a business trip to Stockholm where I was lucky to attend some conferences and learnt more about Swedish IT industry tendencies. These… Continue reading What programming languages are most popular in Sweden?
Quick, grab all of your devices and check what release of Android they are using. Are they all the same? If so, consider yourself one in a million. The Android platform is plagued with numerous releases on numerous devices -- even the same devices from different carriers can suffer from different iterations of Android! Because… Continue reading The Android update process is broken