iOS App Development Trends to Watch Out in 2018

If stats are to be believed, there are about 2.2 million iOS apps in the app store in 2017. The number has gone from 800 apps in the month of its launch in July 2008 to 2.2 million in January 2017. Apple had paid a total...

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written by Albert Smith for iPhone section(s).
 

Android P to Support ‘Notch’ Displays

The tech world and Android developer community is eagerly waiting for Google I/O 2018 Developers Conference. Every year, the new Android version is named after a dessert. Internally, Google team is calling the version Pistachio Ice Cream. However, the company typically uses different names. There are...

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written by Albert Smith for Android section(s).
 

How Animoji Works on Your iPhone X

Animojis are custom, animated versions of emoji characters found on iPhone. The feature uses new Face ID facial-recognition system, currently exclusive to the iPhone X, to create 3D emoji mirroring user’s own facial expressions. There is also an option in iOS 11.3 update that brings four...

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written by Albert Smith for iPhone section(s).
 

Top IoT Products to Redefine the Connected World

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow at exponential pace. Whether it in terms of the companies, startups, products, or tools/applications, Internet of Things is gaining prominence in seamlessly connecting our devices, appliances, homes, and vehicles together. With several IoT solutions and...

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written by Albert Smith for IT Services section(s).
 

Growth Hacking your Ecommerce Startup to Successful Business

Ecommerce business is by no means an easy task. It is all about perseverance and relentless pursuit of excellence. Starting and growing an ecommerce business is all about synchronizing several steps together at just about the right time. There are innovative ways to ramp up your...

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written by Albert Smith for Web Development section(s).
 

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