Reading Time: 4 minutesThe field of mobile apps is growing as we speak, mostly in two different ways. One way is the app development market that employs millions of people globally. The other way mobile apps affect the modern business realm is their use and application (sic!) for various business purposes. As new technologies are being developed, they’re also finding their way to mobile implementation.
Reading Time: 4 minutesEvery time you enter a contract where you have to buy something in the future, you are entering a ‘futures contract.’ Where you agree to sell an item in the future because you think it will be more valuable, that’s a prediction market. Lately, prediction markets have been on the rise in both stocks and cryptocurrencies, and different investors have had divergent opinions.
Reading Time: 3 minutesOur guest blog, Sara, talks us through AI and Chatbots. Though the general public may not be entirely aware of it, use of AI is already incredibly common. While only thirty-four percent of people think they use AI, the reality is that eighty-four percent of us are interacting with some form of artificial intelligence on a daily basis.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWe invited our guest Ralf Llanasas to give us his thoughts about where he sees the future of Cryptocurrencies, namely Bitcoin and how this relates to Blockchains.
Reading Time: 2 minutesOur newest feature to enhance your content curation experience – Social scheduling, we have integrated with Buffer to deliver this to our users.
Reading Time: 3 minutesKlout may be dying, but the influencer model is by no means moribund. Holistic approaches, like Cronycle’s, build on Klout’s work of showing influence through a numeric system but seriously ramping up the extra information required to make that useful.
Reading Time: 3 minutesFeature update to boards and distributing content – We introduce to your story arc’s from within your boards and various new ways of publishing/ sharing your content out to your network and channels.
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Europe-wide change to data protection, comes into effect on May 25th. Companies around the world who deal with European citizens’ data will be affected – we’ve already seen tech giants like Facebook and Google scrambling to save their business models, knowing that the fines which can be levied against them through GDPR are too big to ignore.
Reading Time: 2 minutesFeature update including a new feature – Emails from Cronycle. From our Daily Digest to Sunday Best; here’s what happening with your inbox and how to manage those settings.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAmerica’s industrial scene has long been marked by monopolies – and by government attempts to break them and ensure fair trade. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil, once the world’s largest oil company, found itself facing that economic reality in 1911 when the Senate at last succeeded in an anti-trust lawsuit.
Reading Time: 4 minutesDespite being regarded as an emerging technology, it is quite interesting to see how artificial intelligence (AI) is influencing mobile application development, impacting the way people communicate, affecting the society, and probably changing the world.
Reading Time: 4 minutesIn light of the poisoning of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, and the tit-for-tat expulsions of diplomats by NATO countries and Russia that followed, one might begin to wonder: what exactly is the endgame of this increasing confrontation between Russia and the West?
Reading Time: 5 minutesEarth Hour took place on Saturday 24th March 2018, this is a global movement to increase awareness of climate change. We asked our guest, Barbara Herring, from The Flix to give us her top 10 tips for going green in the workplace.
Reading Time: 3 minutesIn the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook might actually be in trouble. The #DeleteFacebook hashtag is trending, and it’s seen some unlikely contributors, like Blink 182 singer Mark Hoppus, and Brian Acton, the co-founder of WhatsApp, which was itself sold to Facebook.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWhen arguably the greatest chess player of all time, Garry Kasparov, was beaten by Deep Blue in 1997, some took it to mean that human intelligence had become irrelevant. For instance, Newsweek ran a cover story about the match with the headline “The Brain’s Last Stand.” However, the chess-related conflict between human and computer cognition turned out to be somewhat more convoluted than that.