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Case Study: A huge platform for 200+ sites as an answer how to sell tickets online by the more proper way

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Haven’t you ever asked yourself how to sell tickets online in the more proper way? We’ve implemented this idea. Our novelty is about to be accomplished. The project represents a big base of addresses, proposals, and has personal ...

BlackBerry Officially Ends Smartphone Production

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BlackBerry has announced that it will cease the development and production of mobile phones. This is stated in the company’s financial report for Q2 of the fiscal year 2017 (it ended on the 31 August 2016). Now the company will devote its ...

How mobile e-commerce contributes to retail in business

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There are two main targets of modern retail businessmen that will increase the profit and make the work more comfortable. The first one is a constant increase in sales; the second one – a possibility to control the work of the employees and ...

Brainfuck: a Programming Language or a Joke?

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There are a great number of esoteric programming languages in the world, and the most famous one is brainfuck. To make it sounds better, you also may call it BF or b*fuck, but the essence will stay the same – it is a brain fuck. Being extremely ...

Microsoft represented a protective technology Windows Defender Application Guard for Edge web-browser

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Microsoft has recently announced special measures taken to be protected from malicious software and cyber-attacks based on the mechanism of virtualization Hyper-V. With the release of Windows 10, the company represented the so-called environment ...

Web Project management plan: up-to-date calculations

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How to find the best web developer that is professional and the solution presented is cost-effective? Are there any project plan templates that could be used as a basis for your future dream-design? All is plausible with careful planning and ...

Search Ads are now available at App Store, get ready to promote your apps

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On June 8th the news about the coming App store advertising possibility made the Internet and the digital world start looking forward to this opportunity and finally on October 5th the AppStore Search Ads is officially on. The paid service ...

Why mobile app deep linking matters

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What is deep linking? Mobile app deep linking is a powerful mechanism allowing direct access to a specific content within your mobile app via a URI link. Deep linking is a hot trend these days playing an important role in mobile marketing, ...

How does context-aware design help creating user-centered apps?

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In the ideal world, when users open your app, it would automatically adjust for their needs without even bothering them to answer lots of personal questions or go through a long process of finding what they need. But guess what? User-centric ...