• How ‘Watchdogs’ gives us a sample of a connected world

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    The 2014 Ubisoft game ‘Watch Dogs’ was wildly popular, on several levels. From a purely gaming perspective, it had it’s own discussions about the cool ways players could perform hacking in this game. But outside of the game world, it initiated discussions in the public forum about the risks a…

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  • Interviewing Clark from Cantina – Top Boston App Developer

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    Cantina is a digital design and  development firm based in Boston. They specialize in mobile apps and designing effective user experiences for IoT. They’ve ranked 5th among the top Boston app developers on ContractIQ. Here, we’re speaking to Clark Van Der Beken who heads marketing at Cantina. He speaks his…

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  • How to cope with new technology & disruption

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    Every couple of years a new piece of software or hardware disrupts the industry and completely changes the playing field. While this happens, existing technologies become obsolete. Before I talk about how to cope with this(a humble effort as experts far more smarter than I have gone wrong too!), let’s…

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  • 11 basic but important App store guidelines

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    Now you don’t have to break your keyboard if you’ve made any of the following mistakes. But, you can definitely note your shortcomings and work on correcting them before uploading your next app. Here are some app store guidelines you could keep in mind. 1. Make sure there aren’t any…

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  • Interviewing Dan Katcher from Rocket Farm Studios – Top Boston App Developers

    Dan Kathcer, Rocket Farm Studios

    We’re featuring Rocket Farm Studios today as part of our Top App Developers Interview series. They’re a homegrown Boston app development firm that are among the Top 5 in the city. We’re speaking to Dan Katcher, the founder, on what makes them tick. Vishruth: Why don’t we start off with…

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  • Interviewing Phunware – Top Austin app Developer

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    About Alan Knitowski, CEO of Phunware: Alan is a successful serial entrepreneur with multiple exits over a 15-year period to companies including Cisco Systems, Level 3 Communications and Internet Security Systems (now NYSE: IBM). He was a 2014 Finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for…

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  • Are Startups Taking App Security Into Consideration?

    Are startups taking app security seriously?

    App security is a major concern for a number of users. With the news of hacks and malware becoming more common on the internet, it’s not uncommon for the average smartphone user to wonder whether or not he or she is actually safe online. Some are beginning to take a…

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  • A Pokemon Go case study on scale

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    The game that has one of the highest number of active users(an estimated 26 million in the US) and broke the download record in the Apple app store for most number of downloads in it’s opening week. It’s also the reason Nintendo’s(part owner of Niantic Inc) stock went up by…

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  • Self-driving cars – state of the industry

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    Things are different now as compared to 2013 when Google made a $250 Million investment in Uber. Google has been pursuing the research and development of self-driving cars for a while now. Uber, on the other hand has also started its pursuit of the driverless car.  While it would be…

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  • How data analytics has always been around

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    Use of data analytics in business has recently hit the mainstream with a lot of tech startups adopting various tools to improve their business. But there is a lesser-known side to this story which is easily ignored – analytics has always been around! Scientists, for example, have been using it…

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