14 Feb 2017

Easy Website Localisation with Joomla! and TranslateMedia

Joomla! is a popular web content management system (CMS) and millions of businesses use it to power their corporate websites and blogs. Joomla! is a popular choice for a number of reasons. It’s free, open source, easy to install and use, […]

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10 Feb 2017

China’s Passion for QR Codes

QR codes are considered dead and buried in the UK but they’re alive and well in Asia. First created in Japan in the mid-nineties, QR codes first seemed a great way to connect the offline and online worlds – it’s […]

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01 Feb 2017

The Future of Mobile App Install Ads Worldwide

With an estimated 3 million apps now on offer across the world’s 5 biggest app stores, anything that helps developers cut through the noise and find the right audience for their app is going to be welcome. Platforms such as […]

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25 Jan 2017

Meet the Mobile Technology Helping to Connect India

The Indian smartphone market has consistently been growing over the last five years. Notably, budget smartphones are considered more favourable in the region. These economical devices are proving stiff competition to rivals smartphone leaders like Apple, Sony and Samsung. The […]

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23 Jan 2017

Google AI Invents its Own Language to Translate Between Languages

Late in December 2016, when the news world’s attention was focused on terrorist attacks, a seismic change in artificial intelligence passed by almost unnoticed. Google Translate, the machine translation program, took a great leap forward in terms of the quality […]

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18 Jan 2017

The Challenges of Machine-to-Human Communication

Humanity stands at an odd junction in its relationship with machines. We’re sophisticated enough to have machines that talk to us as they check out our groceries, but jaded enough that these machines annoy us. Empty lifts inform non-existent passengers […]

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13 Jan 2017

How the Gig Economy is Impacting Legal Services

The career path in the legal sector has traditionally been one of two routes – private practice or in-house counsel. The rise of independent professionals has driven an employment revolution in the EU. Law firms and business alike are beginning […]

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06 Jan 2017

Should We Prepare for the Death of the Password?

Yahoo’s been hit by another major data breach – with 1 billion user accounts thought to have been affected. The beleaguered tech multinational has told all affected users that they need to change their passwords not just for their Yahoo […]

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05 Dec 2016

Meet The Chatbots That Are Changing Our Everyday Lives

In 2003, Computer Science student Jiyou Jia conducted a study to discover if a chatbot could aid in the teaching of foreign languages. His conclusion was ’this kind of system can not work as a teaching assistant program in foreign […]

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01 Dec 2016

How the Cosmetics Industry Embraced Technology

According to Allied Market Research, the cosmetics market is expected to reach $390.07 Billion, Globally, by 2020. With its ability to reinvent itself using emerging technology and an array of entry price point products in its arsenal, it’s beaten the […]

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