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Top Security Factors for Mobile App Development

Top Security Factors for Mobile App Development

The market for mobile applications is growing in tandem with the market for mobile phones. Mobile phones offer the convenience of completing several transactions in the handheld devices thanks to these applications. But safety is always a concern because unscrupulous people would love to get hold of data floating around …

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Enlitic Technology Revolutionizes Diagnostic Healthcare

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Modern medicine has increased its demand for machines in assisting doctors in diagnosing diseases and illness. A study by the Huntsman Cancer Institute in 2013 revealed that, 6% of patients who undergo colonoscopies are left untreated for cancer. Enlitic technology is the first in a wave of “deep learning” computer …

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Can You Live on Bitcoin Alone?

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Remember the days when you actually had to carry cash because you couldn’t buy coffee or park at a meter with your card? Yeah, me neither. We live in a plastic world and nothing’s going to change that. Or will it? Some of the ways we use credit cards today …

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The FCC’s Fights to Maintain Net Neutrality

You may have heard by now that certain broadband service providers are trying to increase their profits by charging more from websites with a lot of streaming content. However, the Federal Communications Commission– along with a variety of different consumer advocate groups– are devoted to preventing such commercialization of the …

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Is It a Good Time to Invest In Netflix Shares?

By many accounts, Netflix is doing better than ever. The company may be famously secretive with its data, but the numbers on its quarterly earnings report speak volumes. (Even people of means like Frank and Claire Underwood would be jealous of these earnings.) Its revenue is soaring, its stock is …

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FAA to Air Passengers: Soon You Won’t Have to Power Down Certain Devices During Takeoff and Landing

According to a recent report that was issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the overseeing administrative body of the airline system in the U.S. is indicating that they may loosen the restrictions on the use of personal electronic devices during takeoff and landing, a precondition that has frustrated countless …

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Yahoo Procures Massive Tech Buy with Acquisition of Tumblr for $1.1 Billion

When Tumblr CEO David Karp dropped out of high school at the tender age of 15 to pursue his lifetime fascination of creating and designing the most lucrative backend blogger platform (Tumblr), he probably didn’t think that just nine short years later he would be the newest tech millionaire. After …

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Skyrocketing Towards the Future: Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo Makes Historic, Rocket-Powered Flight

History was made this week by Virgin Galactic as the SpaceShipTwo was released at a high altitude by a plane, skyrocketing upwards towards space in mere seconds following its release. Virgin Galactic is a private space tourism company that is working on the prototype for a space tourist vehicle, currently …

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Can Google Predict Stock Market Events?

While the movie, Terminator 2, evoked the horrifying reality of a world run by self aware robots that were bent on exterminating humanity, according to recent data that was published in Scientific Reports, search engines and their complex algorithms are now capable of predicting stock market crashes, and with a …

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Real Life ‘Star Wars’: U.S. Navy Set to Unveil Warships with Laser Weapons in ‘14

Today’s new story seemingly comes right off the pages of a science fiction novel. In a recent report that was issued by the U.S. Navy, in association with the Department of Defense (DOD), warships mounted with powerful laser cannons are set to be deployed in waters around the globe to …

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Could the Next-Gen iPhones Have Been Previously Designed by Steve Jobs?

Everyone knows that there is the iPhone 5, and the forthcoming iPhone 5s, as per Apple’s two model production line standards for this popular smartphone series. However, what is little known is that Steve Jobs actually designed the iPhone 4 and 5 models, and their features and functionalities, long before …

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17-Year-Old Entrepreneur Sells Popular News App to Yahoo for Millions

Up until now, not many people had ever heard of Nick D’Aloisio, a 17-year-old school-aged teenager from the U.K. But now, he’s seemingly all over the news radar, and for ample good reason, too. Over the past week, Aloisio completed a deal that nobody ever saw coming. He sold his …

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