The scope and need for mobile app testing is only going to increase. What does this mean for testers, who have traditionally tested web applications? Mobile application testing is not necessarily new, but what is new is the increasing set of challenges. Read on for what you should be looking for.
Rolls-Royce Holdings is a well-known provider, designer, and manufacturer of power systems for air, sea, and land applications. These days, Rolls-Royce is in the early stages of exploring a transportation technology concept for the maritime market: unmanned cargo freighters or drone ships.
In another twenty years our current Internet will seem just as archaic as 2004 does today, and we might very well look back at 2014 as the seminal year when everything changed. The new Internet will leverage wearable computers, anticipatory computing, and user context to deliver data.
In an apparent move to reign over messaging on phones and online, Facebook is purchasing WhatsApp for $19 billion. The sum may seem astronomical, but analysts think the deal is a smart strategy on the social network's part to maintain its place as a mobile leader. So, what's up with WhatsApp?
Many industry experts predict a surge of wearable tech development similar to the storm of mobile development that began after Apple’s popular iPhone release in 2007. So, how do smartbands fit into that future? Read more to learn how smartbands are helping to change the face of technology.
In the US and Europe, Android and Apple’s iOS dominate the markets for mobile web app development. However, other markets in the world—where HTML5 is playing a significant role in mobile development—tell a different story. Read on to see how HTML5 edges out iOS and gives Android cause for concern.
A recent Quarterly Threat Intelligence Report by Solutionary has revealed some alarming numbers about malware distributors and their hosting providers. Rajini Padmanaban looks at whether hosting providers are proactively rooting out malware or if they may actually be a part of the problem.
Safety belts and air bags have reduced driving fatalities, made cars safer, and saved lives. Now, the federal government believes accidents can be further reduced if cars are able to “talk” with each other through vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology.
With the number of mobile devices expected to exceed the world's population this year, we can't ignore the trend. Incorporating responsive web design principles into your application will ensure that making your application mobile-friendly is a much easier undertaking.
With a public launch of Google Glass planned for later in the year, its widespread adoption may have gotten a step closer. Google has announced the availability of frames in more fashionable styles, optional attachments for detachable sunglasses, and the much-requested prescription lenses.