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Expressive masks and advanced animated effects

Expressive masks and advanced animated effects

Develop creative effects that instantly respond to comments and reactions during Live broadcasts.
Techniques in App Store Optimization

Techniques in App Store Optimization

The app market is one of the biggest marketplaces with the toughest competition now a day. Approximately, there are over 2.2 million iOS apps in the Apple Store and over 2.7 million android apps in Google Play. This massive growth of this market took place due to the expansion of technology.
How to Make a Good First Time Impression for Your Apps

How to Make a Good First Time Impression for Your Apps

App store optimization refers to the process of making your app more visible to people. But what will make the new users download your app? Is it just bringing the app in front of the users? Definitely this is an important thing but not the only one which will make them download it. Also this is not the first thing the users notice.
23andMe is finally allowed to tell you if you have the genes for Parkinson’s

23andMe is finally allowed to tell you if you have the genes for Parkinson’s

The Food and Drug Administration finally gave 23andMe a long sought-after green light today to sell to consumers genetic tests and their accompanying health risk reports for up to 10 diseases, including late-onset Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. In November 2013, the FDA put a moratorium on 23andMe’s ability to provide any health information associated with its personal genome testing. Then a sliver of hope opened up in October 2015, when the FDA allowed the company to provide health and carrier status for those who might pass on a rare genetic disease. Shortly before that, and as sort of a trial run before opening up the floodgates, 23andMe was able to test for a genetic carrier disease called Bloom Syndrome, a rare recessive gene disorder characterized by shorter height and a predisposition to develop cancer. --Collected from-- techcrunch
SoundCloud for iOS gets Chromecast support

SoundCloud for iOS gets Chromecast support

SoundCloud has updated its iOS app with support for Google Chromecast. The company previously only allowed casting through its Android app, but has extended it and added new features along the way. “With SoundCloud and Google Chromecast, you can stream everything you want, the way you want, through your TV and speakers,” SoundCloud wrote in a blog post.
Foxconn fourth-quarter net profit estimated T$68.77 billion, up 30 percent from year ago

Foxconn fourth-quarter net profit estimated T$68.77 billion, up 30 percent from year ago

Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and a key Apple Inc supplier, on Friday reported 30 percent growth in fourth quarter net profit from a year ago, defying expectations for a decline. The profit was likely to have been boosted by solid bookings for Apple's bigger-sized iPhone 7 models, which Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co assembles, analysts said. Net profit in the final three months of 2016 ended four quarters of year-on-year declines to reach T$68.77 billion ($2.26 billion), up from T$52.93 billion in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to a Reuters calculation based on Foxconn's full year 2016 results.
Microsoft is killing Access Services for SharePoint Online in April 2018

Microsoft is killing Access Services for SharePoint Online in April 2018

Microsoft announced earlier this week that it will discontinue Access Services for SharePoint Online in 2018. Leading up to that, people will no longer be able to launch new Access apps in SharePoint Online, beginning in June. “We no longer recommend Access Services for new apps. This feature will be retired from Office 365,” the Access and SharePoint teams wrote in a March 27 blog post. Microsoft is now encouraging people to start using its codeless app building tool PowerApps instead.
Google will change the look of its sign-in pages in the next few weeks

Google will change the look of its sign-in pages in the next few weeks

Google today confirmed that it has begun informing people about a redesign of the sign-in pages for its web services — like Gmail. Google will be drawing from the style of the user interface it uses for adding accounts on Android and using that for the sign-in experience in Chrome and other browsers. People will still need to type in their email address or phone number and then their password — and then use any two-factor authentication system that they’ve previously enabled. So functionality will not change. But the experience will look different in a few weeks, Google product manager Rodrigo Paiva told VentureBeat in an interview. Google started showing people a notification about the change at the bottom of the sign-in screen yesterday to prevent users being surprised by the new look, Paiva said.
This is the starting era using of drone by Swiss hospitals to exchange lab samples

This is the starting era using of drone by Swiss hospitals to exchange lab samples

A pair of hospitals in the Swiss city of Lugano have been testing the use of drones to transport laboratory samples. Since mid-March, logistics company Swiss Post has operated more than 70 tests flights between the two hospitals, and announced today that it plans to establish a regular service by 2018. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen drones used to transport medical samples. (Silicon Valley firm Zipline uses fixed-wing craft to carry out this task in rural Rwanda.) But Swiss Post claims it’s the first ever commercial deployment of drones in an urban area. Operating drones in towns and cities is particularly challenging due to the risk of civilian injury, but Swiss Post says it has been working with the country’s aviation regulators, FOCA, since tests began earlier this year.
$17.9 billion joint offered by Toshiba for chip unit by Silver Lake and Broadcom

$17.9 billion joint offered by Toshiba for chip unit by Silver Lake and Broadcom

U.S. private equity firm Silver Lake Partners LP [SILAK.UL] and U.S. chipmaker Broadcom Ltd have offered Toshiba Corp about 2 trillion yen ($17.9 billion) for its chip unit, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday. About 10 potential bidders are interested in buying a stake in the NAN flash memory maker, a source with knowledge of the planned sale told Reuters earlier.




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