Web browsers aren't anymore focusing on feature-packed functionalities, simply because users have enough of them.
With people use computers and smartphones more often results in a massive increase in data generated by the activities.
Man and machine are different in many ways. And one of which, is the way they see the world.
No single entity can control everything. Even titans of the web like Facebook knows that trends can shift.
An algorithm update that has been in the works for 12-18 months, has been favored by LinkedIn to surface more conversations to its feed.
Google has a multitude of apps. But apparently, messaging isn't its strong point.
With people having the ability to post just about anything on the internet, the web has become plagued with fake news.
One of the most difficult parts about creating a software is to proof it against an entire spectrum of digital threats.
Hackers are continuously scouting the web for poorly secured databases. This is why companies should be aware of what is yet to come.
AI that works on the screen is one thing. The next is AI that gets physical machines to work, such as moving an arm.