February 29, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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How they Eat Your Mobile Data: WhatsApp, Gmail, and Facebook Messenger

30% of all mobile data use is squandered out of sight, new discoveries from Opera appear. Musical show has found that, by and large, more than 30% of all portable information is utilized by applications running as a part of … Continue reading

February 22, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Automated Captioning Tool for Video Ads: Facebook

Facebook declared a large group of new components for video promotions Wednesday, highlighted by an automated captioning tool. The interpersonal organization likewise presented new measurements for brands conveying video promotions, alongside the worldwide accessibility of 100 percent in-perspective advertisement purchasing … Continue reading

February 19, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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New Flash Ads End – Pushing Advertisers Onto HTML 5

Google has quite recently pounded one more factor leading to the demise for Flash, Adobe Systems’ sight and sound programming broadly reprimanded for its incessant security vulnerabilities. On Tuesday, Google set due dates for when it quits running Flash advertisements … Continue reading

February 17, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Dominating Mobile Networks: Video

The amount of data streaming over mobile networks hints at no backing off and, progressively, that movement will be included video, as indicated by another study from Cisco Systems. By 2020, more than 75% of the world’s mobile data movement … Continue reading

February 16, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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An Open Letter to Mobile Operators

Arthur Goldstuck, a technology analyst and writer has distributed a public statement to South Africa’s mobile operators. Dear Mobile Network Operators, This is a public statement to let you know it’s over between us.

February 15, 2016
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Microsoft to Continue Developing Android and iOS Applications

Microsoft might convey SwiftKey’s console to its Windows networks as well. Microsoft is purchasing SwiftKey, the designer of a mainstream programming console for Android and iOS telephones—despite the fact that it as of now has its own particular programming console, … Continue reading