Friday, October 23, 2015

Android 6.0 Marshmallow: Another “Sweetware” to Devour

Now that Google's Android Marshmallow website went live and the cutting edge 6.0 is here, let us go through its main features pinning the most prominent patches, enhancements, and downsides whatever we managed to discover. First, much to regret for quite a lot of us, the only guests accepted to the Marshmallow tasting ceremony yet are Nexus smartphones’ users. In several months, the new software packages will be coming to the latest Android phones of Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Huawei, and others. 

Thursday, September 24, 2015

“How Many Fingers?” HandyCase to Hit the New Touchscreen Era

Seems so simple and obvious, but turns out to be a landmark in touchscreen era: soon we’ll be able to operate our tablets or smartphones using their backs just the same as front screens.

Friday, August 21, 2015

Historic Park Springs into an Advanced Adventure Due to Assistive Tech

Lifetime adventure of the DURATEQ® Assistive Technology System goes on and on, covering more extensive area of theme parks and museums across the U.S. supporting Audio Description, Assistive Listening and Closed Captioning. As long as the Cuyahoga Valley National Park took on a project targeted at reequipping the former Canal Visitor Center into a new attraction, the Canal Exploration Center, their team was seeking a seasoned provider of assistive technologies to enable an immersive experience to the visitors with visual and hearing impairments.

Friday, August 07, 2015

Cutting Short: Windows 10 Challenge Accepted

High time to draw a clear line under the survey revealing the last bits of our observations. Setting off for the web and juggling quite a number of programs started one by one, we fully appreciated the pleasure of Virtual Desktops in the upgraded version enabling to work within multiple separate projects and tasks at once. Now, thinking out loud, we bag the wheat we picked from the chaff.

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Reviewing Windows 10 Sacred Code: Thirty Years to Reach the Tenth

The stronger the belief that Windows 10 is going to be “the final chord”, the greater the wish to make sure whether “the tenth era” would be of no serious disappointments. Being a long-term Microsoft partner with core competencies in App Developement and Enterprise Mobility, we deliver solutions obtaining the “Certified for Windows” status, and thus rejoice the Microsoft OS updating and growing more sensor-friendly. As long as we've got some projects within Windows coming up soon, we did our best to be among the pioneers downloading and testing the new version.

Thursday, July 09, 2015

Swift Dreams Behind the Programming Scenes

Filling the minds across the IT industry, Swift seems to be constantly on the community members’ lips. Some admire its simplicity and conciseness, some blame it for being raw or incomplete, while others even claim that Swift’s functionality isn’t worth that much attention, and the surge of delight around its current release is no more than a massive marketing campaign, which Apple forked out quite a bit of money for.

Thus, we made up our minds to put together our expertise in programming on Swift and other languages with observations, briefs and extensive reviews we studied — both laudatory and denouncing, tracking the most significant features and functional similarities.

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Something Borrowed, Something Blue: the Internet Trends 2015

It can be easily detected even without a thorough knowledge of stats that the Internet audience runs into billion, coming now over 3 billion barrier. Global usage means nothing but global changes — thus, hereby we are going to pick some of the real things while inspecting the worldwide milestones, trends, and tendencies brought by the Internet taking the planet by storm.


Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Calling “Karma Police” on Mobile C#

While recapping a number of recently published rankings on app developer trends, we make sure that C# steadily gains maturity becoming a tool of necessity for developers building enterprise mobility solutions. Now we are going to inspect where such a tendency is coming from. Well, “are you there, Moriarty”?

Thursday, April 30, 2015

VRable, ARable, Wearable — All Suitable?

Analyzing the experience of recently visited conferences in the game development industry and talking a lot to our clients and partners in this field, our good old friends at zGames contemplated on the practical conclusions and development strategy updates and produced an insight on gaming trends that are likely to boom in the nearest future. Here is the summary of their findings, and if you get your kicks from the details rather than the story-cut-short, please proceed to the original article at
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