Everyone’s a tech company these days. From new-school video streaming services like Netflix to old-school grocery businesses and government agencies, technology increasingly drives business productivity.
You may not use LinkedIn, but if you’ve ever visited Wikipedia, Tumblr, or Twitter—or done anything while using the Mozilla Firefox browser—you’ve benefited from LinkedIn’s code. LinkedIn engineers developed
As Apple’s market share slips to Google’s surging little green robot, developers are increasingly turning to HTML5 as a way to embrace both iOS and Android. According to Vision Mobile’s latest Developer
Hoist, a New Zealand based startup that offers a set of tools to empower developers to build great apps, launched to all today following the end of a three-month closed-beta period. The company aims to
So far, India’s over $100 billion IT industry has been built mostly on software services and back office projects delivered by TCS, Infosys and Wipro for the likes of Citibank and GE, who have been outsourcing
Last year in the Indian city of Chennai, more than half a million people suddenly appeared from out of nowhere. These men, women and children weren’t rural migrants who had just moved to the city. Neither
Eddy Lee, Ph.D, is a venture capitalist investing in Silicon Valley and Singapore. He is also a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University. So you have a great idea for a new mobile app or service—but
Cofounders, Snapchat Run Snapchat, a mobile app used to send 400 million disappearing photos and videos each day. The company raised $50 million at a near $2 billion valuation in December and is reported
By the time Elon Musk founded the company that would become PayPal, in 1999, he had already built and sold one internet business. But this time he hit the jackpot. Already wealthier than most of us will
Facebook and open-source software go together like Jay-Z and Beyoncé — you just can’t have one without the other. And if Blue Ivy is the product of the latter union, then we must draw parallels between
Deck, a mobile-first app that lets users create presentations on the go, has raised a $600,000 seed round from Qualcomm Ventures and angel investors led by Sabeer Bhatia, the Hotmail co-founder. The Bangalore-based
The eternal startup question “Android or iOS first?” grows ever thornier, with news that Android’s market share exceeds 80%. But never mind the managers and non-technical founders: what do developers!
Blink. You missed it. Your skill set may now be obsolete. Simplilearn wants to help employees keep up with the fast-moving, competitive professional world. The online training and certification provider
Their gradual exodus to messaging apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat and KakaoTalk boils down to Facebook becoming a victim of its own success. The road to gaining nearly 1.2 billion monthly active users has
This 23-year-old’s open-source project, a server running on Raspberry Pi, gives the middle finger to Google
For most of us, Google shutting down Reader was annoying. For Jacob Cook, it was a call to arms. He’s now building an operating system that anyone can use to replace all of the services that Google provides
Big data analytics has given large enterprises a way of analysing historical and real-time data to monitor their business’ performance, and to better predict what might happen next. Now, a startup out
Node.js, a framework that’s been around since 2009, is making a big impact in web programming circles. With disciples in Microsoft, Yahoo, LinkedIn and PayPal, developers have not only heard of the merits
An App “Middle Class” Continues To Grow: Independently Owned Apps With A Million-Plus Users Up 121% Over Past 18 Months
It may be getting harder for mobile developers to break into the top charts in the various app stores, but there is a healthy and growing “middle class” app economy, according to new data released by firm
Josh Tolan is the CEO of Spark Hire, a video powered hiring network that connects job seekers and employers through video resumes and online interviews. Connect with him and Spark Hire on Facebook and
Inside this playful screenwriting software may hide the future of filmmaking: You simply write what you want to see, and that vision plays on screen. Here’s how Hollywood works today: Somebody writes script.