The significance of understanding the BYOD strategy and the associated risk is pretty much clear.
While the retail world has certainly seen a shift towards technology, the business world has been able to take great advantage of the things technology in the 21st century is able to offer.
The tablet computer revolution The launch of the Apple iPad in March 2010 has revolutionized the portable computing industry. Over 66 million tablets have been shipped in 2011 and the sale is across all geographies and to users of all age groups.
It has been found that 8,000 robots are already in use in the British army. Looks like Britain will leave the rest of the world behind in the use of technology!
Attention Flash & Flex developers! Ribbit challenging you to help create the next killer voice ware application. Looking for Flash & Flex competitions, Ribbit and now TopCoder(R) are thrilled to announce the Ribbit $100,000 Killer App Challenge, a long term competition to build apps using the Ribbit Voice Platform.
The results of the truveo contest are out and first four positions have gone to “Mapofvideo“, “Svid“, “3Styler for Facebook” and “TechVideoBytes“. MapofVideo provide spots on the maps which when a user clicks on, they get to see videos. SVid on the other hand gives fantastic effects to the results when they are displayed.
Google announced that their App Engine is now open to all users. The service where web developers can run their own web applications on the same scalable systems that power our own application on Google’s infrastructure. App Engine applications are easy to build, easy to maintain, and easy to scale as your traffic and data […]
I am surprised, now its Microsoft turn to look into Social Bookmarking business. According to John Martin’s Blog, the Lead Evangelist for Server & Tools Online (STO) at Microsoft, the company Microsoft is ready to release a preview version of Social Bookmarks for both MSDN and TechNet team and showcase it at TechEd North America […]
Microsoft made a bid for Yahoo in order to topple the supremacy of the Internet giant Google by offering $31 a share which represented a 62 percent premium over Yahoo’s closing price of share around that time. But Yahoo turned down the offer stating that it was not enough….. More at: .pOINT_bLANK: Cartoons, India
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