News companies are struggling to drive revenue. People aren’t paying for news, but it costs money to maintain quality newsrooms.
After getting your product off the assembly line, the next hurdle becomes the users – where do you find the people willing to pay for your product?
They say we think more than 80,000 thoughts per day. Many of those include light ephemeral thoughts and others; weighty like whether or not to buy the iPad Pro or the Surface Book. In this maelstrom of thoughts, where is the space for new ideas?
The “Big Data in The City” hack will help companies make data-driven decisions to optimize operational efficiency. Analytics from our GPS and GPRS real time trackers were used to record travel routes in and around the city
What if we took all the data coming out of our everyday devices and connect them? This means we can cook at home using our mobile phones while working at the office, turn on the heater before we get home, watch our children in playpens while we shop
Our DIY series focuses on hands-on practical learning. We want you to be capable of developing robust hybrid solutions integrating hardware and software