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Trump-nation and the supply chain eventuality

Photo credits : http://www.telegraph.co.uk The man with the impressive mop of hair wagged his finger at us back in January when he let fly with: “We are going to get Apple to build their damn computers and things in this country instead of other countries. and took a swipe...

The Mobile Phone at the Olympic Games

If Instagram had been planning on ‘putting one over’ Snapchat, it could not have picked a more perfect timing than the preliminaries of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The media furore, and the excuse for everyone at the Games to document literally every...

Mobile-first Commerce

“We are in the midst of a fundamental shift in consumer behaviour and buying patterns. Today’s consumer expects instantaneous response times and the ability to shop anywhere, anytime with a single touch of a button.” – Nitin Mangtani, Founder/CEO of PredictSpring. With millenials forging ahead...

What Can We Expect from iOS 10?

The refinement of the iPhone experience has taken a leap with iOS 10, and mostly for the better. While the public beta release is out and available for everyone to get their opinions on board, don’t expect too many widespread changes, because you’ll probably be...

How is Adobe Flash Still Around?

In an era that touted PCs and mice, Flash (of Adobe persuasion) was a successful business, which supported Adobe’s goal of helping developers to write cross-platform. In current times though, where the deluge of low power devices, touch interfaces, and open web standards are abound,...

Digital Inclusion in Asia: What’s New?

Defined as the propulsion of global connectivity and mobile internet adoption in these parts, digital inclusion has the potential to bring forth broad economic and social benefits by raking in communication services in previously unchartered territories in Asia. What this spells out, is a significant...