May 6, 2019 | Written by: Stephen Marshall
Categorized: Institute for Business Value
At a time when the hype around emerging technologies such as autonomous cars and augmented reality seems to be sky-high, C-suite executives are keeping their feet firmly on the ground when it comes…
Link: Cloud computing tops executives’ list of technology investment priorities
To enable Apple Card purchases at merchants that don’t yet accept Apple Pay, the company designed its own physical credit card in partnership with Goldman Sachs and MasterCard, associating the Apple brand with a new set of “digital-first” credit features. It also features unique iOS app functionality with a strong focus on the privacy of your data.
Link: Editorial: Apple Card invites you to join a premium, private club
According to the State of the Connected Customer Report, 75% of the workforce says their personal technology has changed their expectations for work technology. With more connected technology on the market than ever before, consumers have developed a mentality where they expect more personalized, connected experiences and such a mentality has carried over to their work lives.
Link: What Will Enterprise Mobile Apps Look Like in 2025?
Miscellaneous helper robots have been whirring, rolling, and bumping around for years. They generally take the form of something adorable, with big doe eyes and a chunky white plastic body that is friendly and completely non-threatening. Or they’ll be the opposite, like Boston Dynamics’ agile…
Link: Meet Misty, an extensible robot empowered by Microsoft and Qualcomm technologies
The popularity of contactless payments is spreading rapidly in countless spheres. This is the most convenient and progressive way of payment up to date. NFC Wallet is now accessible for anyone who decides to work with our White Label app, the mWallet. With this technology, E Wallet apps will allow you to pay using a single touch.
Link: NFC Wallet: Best NFC Mobile Wallet Solution
This book teaches anyone with a basic understanding of Java how to develop Android apps at a professional level. To start, it shows how to use the Eclipse IDE to code, test, and debug a Tip Calculator app for a smartphone or tablet. Then, it expands upon this app to show must-have Android skills such as working with layouts, widgets, events, themes, styles, menus, preferences, and fragments.
Link: Murach’s Android Programming – Programmer Books
(Bloomberg) — Apple Inc. was sued by customers who claim the company is unlawfully disclosing and selling information about people’s iTunes purchases as well as their personal data, contrary to the company’s promise in advertising that “What happens on your iPhone stays on your iPhone.”
Link: Apple Is Selling Your iTunes Listening Data, a Lawsuit Alleges