Microsoft, Apple and Google have all made big announcements at their developer conferences. What do they mean for developers and how we design and build applications?
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Hills has opened up applications to give local innovators the opportunity to bring their ideas to the Lance Hill Design Centre and the D-Shop, which are due to open in early May.
Have you got a home office? How to separate your working space from your living space, and other design principles of Neanderthals.
What should you consider as you develop new business applications so that they will be successful as the datacenter evolves? Flexibility, speed, adaptability and automation all factor into the equation.
Finding ways to maximize space in cities is becoming more than a new design challenge -- it's becoming crucial.
The ESA has detailed how its engineers design a processor that can operate within the high radiation environment of space.
A teardown of Apple's new iPhone shows how the Cupertino giant manages to pack so much hardware into such a small space, and design it to draw as little power as possible.
Can platform developers design a safe way to live (as in, not die) with cars and smartphones?
Microsoft has reportedly dropped the term Metro in favor of "Windows 8" in reference to both its new interface and the apps based upon its design. Metro apps will now be called Windows 8 apps, although not all applications that will run on Windows 8 will be Windows 8 apps.
Scientists at the Center for Laser Applications at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in Tullahoma have developed a laser that can target and destroy cancer tumors non-invasively.
London is certainly in the public eye with the Olympic Games around the corner. How has it evolved as a city--and can its success be judged by the designs of its skyscrapers and parks?
Industry players stress need for holistic mobile security regime, safeguarding everything from network and data to devices and apps installed on them.
Leap from cash payments to mobile methods might result in consumers in Asia, particularly those from emerging markets, getting scammed and this might scupper government buy-in, observer notes.
Occupancy data collected by Redwood's lighting management platform can now be used in broader space utilization or energy-reduction applications.
Chinese search giant says Cupertino will be entitled to share of advertising sales after its search engine was added as part of iOS software upgrade for China, report says.
Mobile technologies, particularly the application of it via mobile commerce, mobile payments and mobile healthcare, is the thrust for this year's CommunicAsia trade show.
The design of the space is part of the treatment.
Complexity arises as merchants with little knowledge of security enter market and vendors not focus on safeguarding technology, thus making standards for mobile payments a necessity, PCI exec notes.
Asia's ICT tradeshow introduces six new forum tracks, including mobile health, mobile commerce and mobile payments, as it latches on to latest industry trends, organizer shares.
With launch of online store and support in 10 Indian languages, software vendor hopes to significantly increase market penetration with CS6 paving way, says South Asia managing director.
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