Need of Feedback Software for Ministry of Army and Defense

In any business or organization, the customer is the king. Anything and everything starts with the customer and ends with them. And so, it is necessary to have a satisfied customer base for increased brand loyalty and trust. For this very reason, almost all businesses today rely on technology. The technology helps companies to interact…

3 trends that will shape software engineering in 2020

Software engineering is a massive field that has a lot of scope and potential. Many engineers wish to enter the field of software engineering simply because they know the industry will never die. There is a lot happening in the software industry and a lot more seems likely to happen in 2020. So, if you…

Amazon vs Google: Which smart home giant won 2019? – CNET

Chris Monroe/CNET 2019 wasn’t a revolutionary year for smart home tech, but both Google and Amazon have worked hard to round out their product lines, hone their software and clear the mess left by toddler-age devices. Amazon- and Google-powered smart homes have brought the category into its adolescence, and we’re shedding a ceremonial tear at…

Oracle copied Amazon’s API– was that copyright violation?

Oracle v. Google — Opinion: Copying APIs is essential to competition in the software industry. Charles Duan – Jan 3, 2020 7:22 pm UTC Enlarge / An Oracle building in the San Francisco Bay Area.Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images Charles Duan is the Director of Technology and Innovation Policy at the R Street Institute, a nonprofit think…

Software Defined Radio Gets Physical Control

Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a great technology, but there’s something so satisfying about spinning a physical knob to cruise the airwaves. Wanting to restore that tactile experience, [Tysonpower] purchased a cheap USB volume knob and set out to get it working with his software. Unfortunately, getting it up and running took a lot more…

China apparently prohibits foreign hardware, software application from government workplaces – CNET

China’s policy is apparently nicknamed 3-5-2.  Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images The Chinese government is reportedly planning to remove foreign PCs and software from its government offices and public institutions. In a directive issued earlier this year, Beijing officials ordered that all hardware and software be replaced with Chinese alternatives within the next three years,…

Messaging app ToTok is reportedly a spying tool for the UAE

It’s no secret that some messaging apps are favored by authoritarians, but one app may be explicitly designed with spying in mind. Unnamed US officials speaking to the New York Times say that the chat app ToTok is believed to be a surveillance tool for the United Arab Emirates. According to a classified intelligence report,…