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BI Users, IT Users

Android O: All the best features in Google’s latest OS update

May 23, 2017

Via: The Next Web

With Google I/O come and gone, it’s clear Android O isn’t going to be the most dramatic software update ever, but there’s still plenty to look forward to. Now in its second developer preview, Android O brings a number of […]


BI Users, Power Users

8 new Google Assistant features that make it much more powerful

May 19, 2017

Via: The Next Web

The Google Assistant was the star of Google I/O for the second year in a row. Now that the technology has been available for well over a year, Google is adding numerous features that will expand the AI’s reach in […]


BI Users, IT Users

Google I/O: What to expect from the huge developer conference

May 17, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Fresh off of Microsoft’s Build last week, it’s Google’s turn to host its biggest conference of the year. Google I/O runs from tomorrow, May 17, to the end of the week. Expect plenty of news for developers and consumers alike. The main […]


BI Usage, Multidimensional Analysis

Why some people are willing to pay for a mobile app

May 9, 2017

Via: CIO

Who pays for apps? Who doesn’t when they should? And who is most likely to make in-app purchases on the fly? To help app developers build a strategy, we asked two experts about mobile app purchasing behavior: John B. Dinsmore, […]


BI Categories, Business Analysis

Don’t use email unsubscription services that sell your data – try this instead

April 24, 2017

Via: The Next Web

A report from The New York Times on newly uncovered malpractice at Uber pointed to the company buying data about people’s Lyft ride usage through Unroll.me, a free service that helps you unsubscribe from email lists and newsletters. Unroll.me isn’t […]


BI Users, Business Users

Facebook’s social network for businesses will soon be available for free

April 6, 2017

Via: The Next Web

After launching its rival to enterprise collaboration apps like Slack last October, Facebook told CNBC that it’s now working on a free edition of Workplace in order to sign up more companies to its service. It’ll be called Workplace Standard, […]


BI Users, IT Users

Enable autosave on any Windows app with this free tool

March 30, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Ever lose hours of work because the power went out, or you closed an app by accident? We’ve all been there, and it isn’t fun in the least. Thankfully, there’s an easy fix for Windows users – and it doesn’t […]


BI Users, Power Users

Apple acquires automation app Workflow and makes it free

March 23, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Apple has acquired Workflow, an automation app for iOS that lets you connect apps and create quick shortcuts to actions like texting a contact to let them know you’ll be late for your appointment, find a convenience store near you, […]


BI Users, Casual Users

6 apps Apple really needs to make for Android

March 15, 2017

Via: CIO

Android and iOS may be destined to do battle forever, but when it comes to apps, the relationship is a little friendlier. Countless iOS users enjoy Google’s services on their iPhones, and in fact, the acclaimed Gboard keyboard actually began […]


BI Users, Business Users

Google launches Meet, a video conferencing app for businesses

March 1, 2017

Via: The Next Web

As if Google didn’t already offer enough communication apps, it’s just rolled out a new one that you might soon use at work. Meet by Google Hangouts lets G Suite users set up and join HD video meetings. It currently […]