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Verizon’s updated “Unlimited” plans are just as confusing as before

Verizon has unveiled an update to its unlimited plans that makes some things better and some a little more...

Aug 2 · 10 sec read >

Google will let Android users in Europe choose their default search engine starting in 2020

Starting next year, Google will offer Android users in the European Union a way to choose from a list...

Aug 2 · 10 sec read >

FCC bans international robocalls and automated text messages with fake caller IDs

Yesterday, the FCC revealed in a press release that its members have voted to restrict robocalls even further. From...

Aug 2 · 10 sec read >

The Outer Worlds will let you kill everyone you meet

We already know it will be possible to complete The Outer Worlds without killing anyone (or, at least, you...

Aug 2 · 7 sec read >

Razer’s newest accessory is an electric SUV

Chinese carmaker NIO announced on Friday that it has entered into a partnership with Razer and is releasing a...

Aug 2 · 4 sec read >

Your cloud-based application could be a profitable product

In the world of application development, there is enterprise grade and product grade. If you’ve never heard those terms...

Aug 2 · 26 sec read >

What is open source software? Open source and FOSS explained

Underlying every piece of software you use is source code that issues the commands and handles the data that...

Aug 2 · 30 sec read >

Your multicloud strategy is all wrong

Multicloud seems like such a great idea. It’s unfortunate that it doesn’t work. It would be OK if multicloud...

Aug 1 · 46 sec read >

Agile product management and portfolio platforms explained

When you ask product owners if agile tools work well for them, you’ll get a mixed, sometimes negative response....

Aug 1 · 11 sec read >

5 pain points of modern software development—and how to overcome them

Today’s digital savvy customers demand high quality software and websites, and they assume vendors will keep them updated with...

Jul 31 · 14 sec read >