Offshoring engineering teams can be a huge asset for your startup, but it comes with a sea of entirely new challenges
The ideal app is useful, engaging, even addictive, so that people see it as an indispensable part of their daily routine.
Starship Technologies will be delivering pizza by robot within a one mile radius of selected German and Dutch Domino's stores.
Used smartly, new tech can help resolve many of the same differences it's helped magnify -- including gaps in communication, skill sets and work-life balance.
If your website doesn't load in half a second, you're building it wrong.
Security, privacy and ease of use are all concerns.
'I love you, wobot.'
The store is plagued with technical problems, according to the Wall Street Journal, including sensors that don't recognize purchases unless shoppers move slowly.
The crash in Tempe, Ariz., didn't cause any injuries, but it added more woes to Uber's already controversial self-driving experiment.
Not content with electric cars, launching rockets and trying to travel to Mars, Elon Musk also wants to add AI to our brains.
The way the world works is changing, which raises both questions and opportunities.
The question is no longer "Should I have an app strategy?" but rather "What do apps mean for my business?"
It's harder to get a customer to buy clothes online, but it's not impossible.
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