Oculus, Vive, Google Glass…what are these things and why should we care. Suddenly, everyone’s making computers you strap to your face. Here’s a rundown of all the big players.
Instacart, a grocery-delivery startup, just announced a $220 million Series C round led by Kleiner Perkins at a valuation of $2 billion
Microsoft considered acquiring, Slack, the in-work team productivity app, Then, Satya Nadella and Bill Gates suggested Microsoft should drop the idea, investing the money into improving Skype. Now, Microsoft have created a nearly identical Slack competitor.
Gamification has the power to motivate users and customers, directing them towards your business needs and objectives. Yu-Kai Chou is the top authority on gamification and human motivation through game-like processes design. Together we have developed the Octalysis Online Tool, to help its users create octalysis graphs, as part of the process of gamifying their businesses.
In the beginning of 2016, I have upgraded this tool, with a new and very useful feature: Save & Load.
MongoDB or Mysql? NoSQL or Rational SQL? which is better for me?
In this post I quickly present each database types. And tell you how you should decide which db to implement on your next project…
The HTTP protocol sucks. And there’s a new kid on the block, the IPFS protocol. It’s better and will soon replace the broken HTTP, making our internet faster and more reliable.
Yu-kai Chou has created a 10-episode series of videos called “Engaging Website Design” where he talks about how to create an engaging website by incorporating gamification concepts.
Google is working with developers on the next version, Google Glass 2.
Some 3 years ago, while driving my car on the way to a client, I thought about the Internet and connectivity. I remembered that sometimes I get bad or no reception at all. This must of happened to you, at least once, while on the road, your mobile reception drops and you lose your internet … Continue reading Wide-range Internet Using Your Car and Public Transportation →
Currently, many companies are developing and implementing payment systems that use fingerprints, eye scans, blood veins, and heartbeats as payment methods. These methods may well replace the traditional, and easily stolen, plastic credit cards that carry your personal information.