"On April 23rd, the Firefox OS developer preview phones became available in Europe – and were sold out in a few hours. The demand was so overwhelming that the suppliergeeksphone had to shut down their online shop completely for a week. Now they are back online and have been busy delivering the phones – our’s arrived on Friday.
I will share my experience with the phone in a couple of blog entries, from first impressions to user experience topics, to tryingEclipse RAP and various mobile frameworks on the peak phone. Obviously I am also interested if Firefox OS should be a target for our Tabris framework. However, that will have to wait, lets get started with the first impressions"
eWeek Big Data, Analytics, and Cloud Drive Enterprise Software Growth, According to IDC Business Wire (press release) The management and leveraging of information for competitive advantage is driving growth in markets associated with Big Data and...
Robin Good: In analyzing what is going on in the brain when a potentially viral idea is intercepted, Matthew Lieberman (who designed the study with Emily Falk at UCLA) discovered something that confirms how important it is that an effective curator be "in tune" with his own audience.
Great curation is not just about "spinning" the newest and coolest, but to precisely cater to the specific audience interests, expectations and preferences.
GigaOM Pentaho picks up Webdetails to bring richer visualizations to analytics products GigaOM To bolster its data-visualization offerings, business-analytics vendor Pentaho has acquired Webdetails, a design firm that has previously done consulting...
The Internet Of Things: By 2020, You'll Own 50 Internet-Connected Devices Huffington Post are the people end of the Internet of things," said Stephen Prentice, vice president and fellow at research advisory firm Gartner.
If you're a network engineer or a mobile application designer you're among a group of people whose talent will be in demand, says a staffing firm - Page 1
Dorai Thodla's insight:
When you look at each one of these jobs, you may also want to think about the trends driving the need for these positions. If you are entrepreneur, these trends may help you find problems to solve in these specific areas.
Julia Hum/Educreations: One of the biggest, fastest shifts in ed tech the last couple years has been the evolution from the use of large interactive whiteboards to the use of mobile, agile multi-purpose apps.
Currently, there are at least six products, all competing to become teachers’ favorite. Replay Note, ScreenChomp, ShowMe, DoodleCast Pro, Knowmia, Explain Everything and Educreations all offer teachers the ability to record the visual and audio components of a “whiteboard” lesson on their iPads, and share it online.