Streaming Map Reveals What States Care About in 2016

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Streaming has become very revealing, at least in a social sense.  With big data collection moving full speed ahead, it is easier than ever to collect information on the events that you care about with streaming data or even simply data collected from Google. Frontier recently created an interactive map on the most streamed events by state in 2016 and the results are somewhat surprising.

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Category: Technology

Cell Phone Addiction Has Officially Hit The USA

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New research has revealed that more and more of us are becoming addicted to our cell phones – and one in five (23%) would prefer to give up sex than be parted from their phone.

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Category: Mobile

Native Apps vs. Mobile Browser Games: Which One is Better?

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While end users are not necessarily aware of it, there is a debate going on between the developers delivering their apps to various mobile platforms. Some say native apps are the only viable option, making good use of the hardware of the phone. Other prefer web apps, mostly because they are easier to deploy, need no updates to be downloaded, and are cross-platform, running on any device with a browser supporting web standards. As usual, the truth is somewhere in between.

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Category: Games

Why Every Business App Needs the Geofencing Feature

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The numbers paint a very, very clear picture for business owners, regardless of the size of their business or even the industry they are in – mobile marketing is a must. With ever-increasing percentages of users who check the web exclusively or at least predominantly on their mobile devices, it is something no smart business owner can afford to ignore.

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When Off-Site Training Is the Sensible Option

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E-learning is a flexible, reliable option when you need to train staff on coordinate measuring machine software. The freedom to train in-house and on your schedule, regulating hours for your staff or allowing them to learn at their own pace, can be invaluable when you need your quality assurance department up and running at full speed. You can pull your metrology equipment operators back onto the line in case of an emergency if they’re only in the next office instead of out of the facility. However, when it comes to complex software and programming needs like advanced levels of PC-DMIS CAD++, off-site instruction sometimes remains the most sensible option.

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Category: Computers