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Here’s our review of the HTC One M8. We think that it’s a great device but marred by its not so great camera and uncompetitive pricing. Check out the detailed review and our thoughts about the HTC One M8.
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The HTC One M8 comes with a 5.1 inch full HD screen, quad-core Snapdragon 801 from Qualcomm, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, microSD card slot and a 4 MP UltraPixel camera along with a 5 MP front-facing camera. It comes with all the latest connectivity options such as Wi-Fi ac, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 4.0, Miracast, NFC, A-GPS and MicroUSB v2.0 port. There is a 2600 mAh battery which lasts more than a day and a half of normal usage.
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TappedinNYC – Meet Yaye App for group fitness and motivation. CleverTap Product Evangelist Arkady Fridman talks with #startup #innovator founder Paul Yau of Yeye App.
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Motorola had recently released the Moto E, which is their Android smartphone offering in the budget segment, priced lower than the previously released Moto G.
It comes with 4.3 inch qHD screen, 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, Adreno 302 GPU, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage, microSD card slot, 5 MP fixed-focus camera, Android 4.4 KitKat and 1980 mAh battery.
Can Moto E repeat the same success as the Moto G? Let’s find out in the review!
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In this tutorial you learn about how to make your android application step by step ,
This Course Focuses on phones with Android 5 Lolipop.
Android is : A software Stack
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Programming with Java
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* Advanced Architectures are used
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Cortana vs. Google Now: Predictive Technology Meets Personality
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We previously put Siri up against Microsoft’s new Cortana assistant, which was introduced in the Windows Phone 8.1 update. And now we’re looking to bring Google’s own digital prodigy into the equation-a battle of the predictive juggernauts. While Siri has improved over the years, she still can’t really stand up to Google’s mind-reading capabilities, which Microsoft has imbued in its first crack at the mobile assistant market. So how does the new apprentice match up against Google’s immense search muscle? Pretty darn good. GALLERY/MORE: http://tchno.be/S7G8f7
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FROM THE 2013 MoDevUX Conference
We have consulted with startups and large enterprises seeking to produce the right product (e.g., mobile app, web application) faster. We will reveal the remarkable similarities between startups and large organizations seeking to be as nimble as startups.
In a majority of cases the challenges were the same: – they were not sure how to speed development – they had difficulty balancing user and business needs – they typically had strong development teams with established methodologies that had blended agile and waterfall methodologies – they typically had little user experience expertise or input in the existing designs – designs / development builds were underway but the results of the designs were unsatisfying to users
We have done LeanUX design projects with a number of clients continuously testing and honed our process by testing various techniques: – rapid iterative design and improvement (design thinking) – brain storming sessions (design thinking) – design studios (traditional art school critiquing process) – rapid prototyping, usability testing and revision
We also want to share the pitfalls as you start to get involved in lean startup including having: – The “genius designer” mentality within the UX team – The “stay in the building until the product is ready” mentality – Different internal groups (design, development) that work against each other – Executives that swoop down and influence (aka hijack) the process – Too little contact between the designers and other team members – Too many chefs leading to poor focus – The anti-cheerleader who always says “No!”
Through a series of case studies we will describe the processes and flow that worked best for both large enterprises small startups: – Conducting a strategy workshop to align the team on business and user needs – Rapidly developing personas and scenarios as a team with all stakeholders – Conducting a design studio with all stakeholders to agree on the design directions to explore – Rapidly iterated prototype and guerilla testing – Creating non-technical, but partially functional prototypes through available tools (e.g., Axure, Proto IO, iRise)
Nearly every group we worked asked: – Does this work for a company like mine (Startup, Enterprise, Healthcare, Government, etc.)? – What was the composition of the most successful LeanUX teams? Number of team members? Types of expertise? – How did the process differ between Startups and Large Enterprises?
Come to our talk and find out our secrets for Lean UX success!
John Whalen (Founder and UX Lead at Brilliant Experience)
John Whalen leads Brilliant Experience — a consultancy using LeanUX, Agile and Design Thinking methodologies to provide UX insights, strategy and ideation to create brilliant experiences for startups and Fortune 500 clients. John specializes in understanding the audience perspective and finding the ideal balance between user experience, business needs and technological possibility. He has experience (and great stories to tell from) working with clients in the financial, healthcare, ecommerce and government verticals. He is studying the how mobile devices are changing our everyday behaviors. John holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University and is the VP of UXPA-DC.
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