The iOS SDK is great for many things, but there are plenty of things it can improve on. This is namely it’s support for the future via web service integration using standard web service protocols, which I will explore here.
By buying it out, even e-commerce giant eBay agrees: Magento is an established, proven e-commerce platform. But is it right for you, and why should you use it or not use it? An in-depth analysis follows.
Ever seen how Twitter and other sites load pages via AJAX, dependent on the hashtag within the URL? Implementing that on your site is easier than one might realize: all you need is a little jQuery, content, and optional server-side code to get it up and running – without sacrificing SEO. And with a few [...]
This is not a childish slam against Windows – this is a reference to a “Microspeak” (Microsoft internal slang) term for something we all have seen, in an acknowledgement of Microsoft Windows sucking by the same team who designs it. Chances are, you’ve seen what they’re referring to by turds (source below) – but is [...]
So a fellow editor, Anthony, sends me this from a friend of his: Although funny hilarious for all practical purposes, what are the implications of this about Siri (shown in commercials on TV with kids using it) and its AI?
Google announced just recently to Meebo users that it will be retiring the Meebo messaging service. Let’s compare this with Facebook and Microsoft’s ways of doing things, shall we?
During the mainframe era when MULTICS, the IBM AS/400 and similar systems were all the rage, the concept of the single level store was considered superior: processes saw only a flat memory address space, and it was up to the OS to determine whether an address seen by a process was located on disk, in [...]
A lot of talk in the tech world lately is focused on Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS being released for ARM platforms (with some restrictions). This, combined with the HTML5 Metro interface people either love or hate, are among the largest changes to Microsoft’s Windows line of operating systems in history, and with it comes an [...]
The basic idea/thesis of this article (and the previous, unfinished draft) is this: hypervisors are getting more and more common, and are growing in deployment in everything from datacenter systems to embedded consumer electronics. But, as their deployment increases, more and more security concerns come into play, including a variety of attack methods and the [...]