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Algorithmic Feed: Instagram joins the Bandwagon?

Social networks may perhaps have embraced machine-learning algorithm not just because it understands users' interests, and more accurately make suggestions to... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Jun 6, 2016

Virtual Assistant Wars: Is Apple working on Upgrade to Siri?

Siri, which debuted on the iPhone 4S, was first announced in June 2012 at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event in San Francisco, as an... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Jun 5, 2016

What to expect in Google VR platform - Daydream?

Google VR Daydream comprises both hardware and software — an enhancement to Cardboard, the disposable VR headset released two years ago by Google. It's a VR... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Jun 2, 2016

Google Drive: How Google made storage and file sharing more useful on the Cloud

Google Drive has added a checkbox, which now makes it possible to pick which folders on the cloud-based file sharing system are synchronized to your Mac or... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Apr 18, 2016

CaptionBot.ai - Powered by Microsoft Cognitive Intelligence Services

Microsoft has launched CaptionBot.ai, an AI experiment which is able to analyze photos in seconds and give accurate description of any particular picture.... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Apr 15, 2016

Microsoft Chatbot: How Artificial Intelligence (AI) can Improve Natural Conversation

Microsoft's Research team debuted Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot, Tay, designed to develop greater understanding of natural conversation by its... Click here for more >>...
by Questechie on Mar 24, 2016

Google VR Goggles: Finally, Augmented reality is the Future of Computing!

The coming version of the search giant's virtual reality goggles is reported be a lot more advanced than a mere piece of cardboard, and would eliminate the need for a smartphone. The cardboard viewer won’t rely on a smartphone, PC or game console,...
by Questechie on Feb 15, 2016

Twitter Marketplace: Get ready to Buy direct from a Tweet!

Twitter is reported to be working on an e-commerce initiative that will allow users to purchase items direct from a tweet according to sources at Re/code. The initiative which is supposedly powered by Stripe, an online payment service facilitator, in...
by Questechie on Aug 25, 2014

Webfluenti.al - Analytical data for best Marketing insight

Webfluenti.al (also rendered as Webfluential) is a platform that links social media influencers with brands and PR agencies to promote campaigns, by tracking and analyzing traffic data from social media accounts. It aims to create new relationships...
by Questechie on May 21, 2014

Psiphon: Uncensored access to blocked Internet sites

As access to the free flow of information on the web is increasingly critical, and online censorship becoming the order of the day in many conflict areas, tools to help those fighting for free expression around the world is now more than ever before...
by Questechie on Apr 28, 2014

Microsoft OneDrive: What You need to Know

Microsoft's revamped cloud storage for business offering, OneDrive for Business, is a re-branding of SkyDrive Pro, to provide file sync, share, collaboration and storage for businesses. The company announced the new pricing and licensing details for...
by Questechie on Mar 6, 2014

VMWare brings legacy Windows Apps to Chrome OS

Google has partnered with VMWare to bring legacy Windows software to run on Chrome OS, according to the Google Enterprise blog post on Wednesday. VMware will offer virtual desktop services for Chromebooks and Chromeboxes, making them capable of runni...
by Questechie on Feb 13, 2014

Is Ubuntu Crowdsourcing the Most Radical Smartphone Yet?

With eight days left in its thirty-day campaign to raise $32 million dollars, Ubuntu looks like it’s going to come up short in their bid to crowdfund the Ubuntu Edge smartphone. This is far from shocking as this would have meant that the aggressive...
by Perspectives on Innovation on Aug 13, 2013

DateTrike Construction

Wherever we go on the DateTrike, our vehicle turns heads, gets smiles, and everyone wants one.  I’m won’t be making any more of these, but it is no harder than any other mildly complex project, so I’ll present a few of the details...
by Squash Practice on May 26, 2013

DateTrike Complete

The DateTrike made its debut last summer.  Since them there have been a few refinements, and finishing details that have given the craft a more finished look and some added features. The fenders are a big appearance boost, and also keep arms and sle...
by Squash Practice on Apr 23, 2013

HTML5 Flaw Crashes Major Browsers

The emerging web standard, HTML5, is perhaps generating a whole lots of attention, especially from developers standpoint. And recently, a San Francisco based web developer, Feross Aboukhadijeh exposed a flaw in HTML5 Web Storage Standard implementati...
by Questechie on Mar 4, 2013

HTML5 "Feature-Complete": What that Means?

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) had on Monday released the report on HTML5 Definition Complete, Interoperability Testing and Performance - stating that the HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications are feature-complete and that developers now have a sta...
by Questechie on Dec 19, 2012

MS Office 2013 Intensifies The Cloud Wars

Microsoft launch of the consumer preview of the next generation Office 2013 suite which media event took place in San Francisco on Monday has perhaps presented the most remarkable architectural departure, inline with the Windows 8 technologies, aimed...
by Questechie on Jul 20, 2012

Gamers Need Cool Eye Glasses Too

Gamers spend hundreds of hours infront of their computer monitors. This could be bad for your eyes. If you need prescription glasses or any kind of eyeglasses then visit Zenni Optical. [[ This is a content summary only. Please visit http://www.kabal...
by Kabalyero on Jul 19, 2012

Flash Focus On PC Browsing And Apps

Adobe earlier hinted on plans to focus more on PC browsing and mobile apps packaged with Adobe AIR, stressing that the emerging web standard, HTML5, is now universally supported across major mobile platforms, hence, will be discontinuing Flash for mo...
by Questechie on Jul 2, 2012


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