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tennis

An Aerospace Engineer’s Guide To Winning Tennis

Find out how an aerospace engineer managed to pinpoint the difference between a tennis match played by professionals and one played by amateur players.
8 Proven Ideas To Stay Ahead In An Apps Store

8 Proven Ideas To Stay Ahead In An Apps Store

If you're offering an original idea that is useful and provides a brilliant user experience, your app may succeed with these marketing strategies.
Top 5 Reasons That Make Some Apps Sell So Well

Top 5 Reasons That Make Some Apps Sell So Well

Most successful apps get on top with a concerted effort and excellence in all fronts. Your app cannot be an exception.
school children

Saving Lives With The Internet Of Things: School Lockdowns

Elerts has created Lock It Down and ELERTS Campus, which allow teachers to trigger a lockdown from a smart phone or iPad app.
app development

Should You Update Your App To Android L? [VIDEO]

Android Architect Brian Parent answers this week's top question, about whether to update your app now that Android L is out.
non-violent protest

Dramatic Proof Non-Violence Trumps Armed Revolt

Isn’t there a better way to handle our conflicts? In fact, there is: non-violent protest – and we have the hard numbers to back it up.
5 More Reasons Why More Data Doesn’t Guarantee Better Decisions

5 More Reasons Why More Data Doesn’t Guarantee Better Decisions

With all this data, why do we continue to make bad business decisions? Truth is, more data doesn’t guarantee better decisions. Here's why.
ios

VIPER iOS Architecture Featured On iPhreaks [VIDEO]

iOS architects Conrad Stoll and Jeff Gilbert appeared on iPhreaks to discuss application architecture VIPER, a use-case centered architecture for iOS.
Transform Your Future With Predictive Analytics

Transform Your Future With Predictive Analytics

If predictive analytics isn’t on your business radar yet, you risk falling behind.
the rabbit hole

Did “Alice In Wonderland” Foreshadow The Cloud?

Like Alice’s fleeting childhood, legacy hardware and software companies around the globe have used to run their businesses are fading into distant memory.
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