InterDigitel

Blog

Vizion.ai launches its managed Elasticsearch service

Posted on: April 10, 2019, in Blog

Setting up Elasticsearch, the open-source system that many companies large and small use to power their distributed search and analytics engines, isn’t the hardest thing. What is very hard, though, is to provision the right amount of resources to run the service, especially when your users’ demand comes in spikes, without overpaying for unused capacity. […]

Read More

HUD hits Facebook with housing discrimination charges over ad targeting

Posted on: April 9, 2019, in Blog

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development this morning hit Facebook with charges of housing discrimination. The filing states that the online giant has violated the Fair Housing Act through its ad-targeting tools, which allow sellers to limit listings based on categories like race, sex and nation of origin. The charges are the result […]

Read More

For Basecamp, brand identity and product development are all about the customer

Posted on: April 9, 2019, in Blog

[Editor’s note: This is part of a series we’re writing about branding for startups. Join our latest initiative to find the best brand designers and agencies in the world who work with early-stage companies by nominating a talented brand designer you’ve worked with.]   , maker of project management and team communications software, is a company […]

Read More

Mozillas free password manager, Firefox Lockbox, launches on Android

Posted on: April 8, 2019, in Blog

Mozilla’s free password manager designed for users of the Firefox web browser is today officially arriving on Android. The standalone app, called Firefox Lockbox, offers a simple if a bit basic way for users to access from their mobile device their logins already stored in their Firefox browser. The app is nowhere near as developed […]

Read More

Apple News+ is a great deal, but what does full access really mean?

Posted on: April 8, 2019, in Blog

Curious whether you should cancel your existing magazine subscription and just subscribe to Apple News+? Apple certainly seems to believe News+ is an outsized bargain for you. The company’s claim that it would cost users $8,000 to get annual access to the publications they are giving readers for $9.99 per month suggests that they see […]

Read More

Contacts app Cardhop comes to iOS

Posted on: April 7, 2019, in Blog

Productivity nerds, rejoice! Flexibits, the company behind Fantastical, is releasing Cardhop on the iPhone and iPad today. Cardhop, originally released on macOS, lets you text or call your contacts as well as add information more quickly. If you have an iPhone, chances are you’re using the default Contacts app. It’s a pretty straightforward app, but […]

Read More

Tell us who designed your startups brand

Posted on: April 7, 2019, in Blog

But finding the right brand designer is hard. Depending on your budget, industry and scope, brand designer and brand agency services can vary widely. It’s a niche community, and brand designers who thrive in chaotic, fast-paced startup environments are rare. how companies like Intercom approach their brand identity,nominate a talented brand designer or agency with […]

Read More

On the ground with TechCrunch at GDC 2019

Posted on: April 6, 2019, in Blog

The Game Developers Conference was held last week in San Francisco and we wanted to get together to discuss what we saw at the show for Extra Crunch members. VR, gaming engines, Unity, Unreal and Epic were just some of the topics we touched upon. But perhaps the biggest of all was Google’s new game-streaming […]

Read More

Portworx raises $27M Series C for its cloud-native data management platform

Posted on: April 6, 2019, in Blog

As enterprises adopt cloud-native technologies like containers to build their applications, the next question they often have to ask themselves is how they adapt their data storage and management practices to this new reality, too. One of the companies in this business is the four-year-old Portworx, which has managed to attract customers like Lufthansa Systems, […]

Read More

Demanding privacy, and establishing trust, in digital health

Posted on: April 5, 2019, in Blog

Sean Duffy Wall Street Journal report pulled back the curtain on just how much is at stake when individuals share their personal health information with health and fitness applications. Several of these apps were (perhaps unwittingly) sharing users’ personal health information via a Facebook SDK that was automatically feeding that data to the platform. In […]

Read More
Follow Us
Get Access Now

Stay connected and receive the latest updates on the newest innovative digital solutions

Please fill in the form on the right and click join us now to receive your free updates

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8