If you have the right reasons, follow these 10 recommendations to getting your product to the public. Rahul Varshneya Published 10:30 am CDT, Thursday, June 13, 2019 Photo: OstapenkoOlena | Getty Images Photo: OstapenkoOlena | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: OstapenkoOlena | Getty Images A Step-by-Step Guide To Building Your First Mobile App 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Why do you want to build a mobile app? Do you want to ride the wave of other entrepreneurs, or did you come across a problem that you feel you can resolve? The answer to this question will determine whether your app will be successful or not. Here is a guide to get you started, but note it may … [Read more...] about A Step-by-Step Guide To Building Your First Mobile App
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | A.I. Wants to Know How You Plan a Trip Supported by ByJulie Weed March 4, 2019 At the Expedia product testing lab, facial recognition software gauges travelers’ feelings as they go through the process of booking hotel rooms online. The Swiss cruise company MSC Cruises is starting to use a virtual assistant to answer passengers’ questions. Designers from the boutique design and research firm, the Gettys Group, can show hotel executives new room layouts using virtual reality goggles, so hotels don’t need to build a full-scale model. Travel companies are adopting artificial intelligence and other new technologies to look more deeply into what customers want and to use that information to find faster, cheaper ways to improve their offerings. And as sophisticated research tools become … [Read more...] about A.I. Wants to Know How You Plan a Trip
Got a great idea? Here's how to make an app that pops in a crowded marketplace. Hayden Field Published 12:00 pm CST, Thursday, February 14, 2019 Photo: Scyther5 | Getty Images Photo: Scyther5 | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Scyther5 | Getty Images How to Make an App When You Can't Code (a Step-by-Step Guide) 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Outline: How to Make an App Refine your idea. Narrow your audience and test for demand. Create a minimum viable product (MVP). Make the first version of your app. You’ve dreamed up the perfect app idea, but your amount of technical knowledge is slim to none. Now what? Coding experience isn't … [Read more...] about How to Make an App When You Can’t Code (a Step-by-Step Guide)
Microsoft’s Surface Studio 2 is a beautiful computer, but it’s too expensive and powerful for normal computer users. Still, some professionals might not find it powerful enough. If you really like the idea of swivelling down the monitor to become flat so you can use the Microsoft Pen to draw or annotate documents, the Surface Studio 2 might be for you. But it demands a high price to try to see if you’d find this feature useful. Of course I like the Surface Studio 2 – it’s a computer that costs a minimum of $US3,500. Actually, the model I’ve been using costs $US4,200, as it comes with 32 GB of RAM versus the 16 GB in the base model. The higher-end model also comes with a faster Nvidia GTX1070 graphics chip versus the GTX1060 in the base model. That enormous price tag means the Surface Studio 2 has the power to deal with anything I throw at it. It’s also a beautifully designed all-in-one machine, where the base harbours the computer itself. … [Read more...] about I’ve been using Microsoft’s beautiful $4,200 Surface Studio 2 for weeks, and I want to keep using it forever — but I wouldn’t recommend it for most people
Vince Ellis Detroit Free Press Published 1:46 PM EST Jan 11, 2019 LOS ANGELES — There was only a casual mention of playoffs. No cryptic messages signaling organizational change were offered. When Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores spoke with reporters briefly at halftime of his team’s blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night, there were no surprises. That was to be expected with Pistons coach Dwane Casey and senior adviser Ed Stefanski only entrenched since the summer. Gores just stated the obvious. The Pistons have their star in the Blake Griffin. The organizational goal is to maximize the window of Griffin, 29, who is having a resurgent season after several campaigns marred by injuries. “We couldn’t expect more from Blake than what he’s done. He has done incredible work, and everybody didn’t know what he could do — but we couldn’t expect more,” Gores said at Staples Center. “Beyond his stats, he really … [Read more...] about Detroit Pistons want to build around Blake Griffin. Can they?