With 2015 right around the corner, your boss is probably thinking about end of the year reports, next year’s budgets and how to divvy out the holiday bonus. The thing you may not realize is on their mind is how to be more innovative in 2015. Understanding what’s on your bosses mind in the realm of innovation can help you become a vital part of your company.
Yesterday during the worldwide Hour of Code, President Barack Obama became the first US President to write code, raising awareness of the importance of coding to millions of kids all over the world.
Remember when PSY’s Gangnam Style video reached over a billion views and it was such a huge deal? Well, the video reached another milestone, becoming the first video to be viewed so many times it forced YouTube to do an upgrade from 32-bit integer to a 64-bit integer.
Low battery, the nemesis of the tech-savvy people everywhere. You’re out for the night, trying to take a video and you get the dreaded red battery. XOO, a new belt, is designed to take on the Low Battery epidemic.
However, for artists that don’t like to be constricted with charging cables or perhaps like the feel of paper in their hands, Moleskine announced a partnership with Adobe that lets artists doodle on special Moleskine paper.
After its acquisition by Google, RelativeWave announced it is now giving away its App Design Tool, Form, away completely free.
There’s been speculation for some time about how Snapchat planned to become profitable. After all, you have to have something up your sleeve to turn down an offer for $3 Billion dollars from Facebook then $4 Billion from Google.
Microsoft took the development world by storm by open sourcing the full server-side .Net stack as well as expanding .Net to now run on both Linux and Mac OS platforms. Plus, Microsoft also released Visual Studio Community 2013, a core toolset of Visual Basic, as a free tool for developers.