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Earlier this year, I asked a friend to dog-sit for us while my family was on vacation. I lured her in with the promise of access to our fully-equipped smart house. She could peruse the full extent of my Apple Music subscription on our Sonos, or watch Netflix on our Apple TV. She could fiddle with the Hue lights. She could even start the robot vacuum, if she wanted! No pressure or anything. That afternoon, I got a call. I had accidentally packed the iPad mini, which serves as our house’s smart control panel. Without it, she couldn’t use... well, anything. In retrospect, we were lucky that she was even able to operate the front door. If you have a smart home, you most likely control it with your smartphone or personal tablet. Toggling between multiple apps is annoying, and so is sitting in your house for anyone who isn't you. The concept behind tech start-up Brilliant is therefore—excuse me here—brilliant. It takes control of your smart house out of your pocket … [Read more...] about Review: Brilliant Two Switch Panel
Smartphones and mobile operating systems were originally designed to converge the past. They replaced our phones, personal digital assistants, portable video and music players, gaming handhelds, and GPS units into one, small, always-connected package. And it was good. Now, smartphones and mobile operating systems are in a race for the future — not just to define it but to predict it. Surfaces can now read our fingerprints. Microphones can understand what we say. Cameras, who we are and what we're doing. Machines can also learn to anticipate what we'll do and want and when. Consequently, our devices have gone from reactively recording and retrieving only the information we've given them to trying to "know" us and proactively provide us with a range of information and services right before we realize we need them. At the same time, we live in an era where the largest internet companies in the world have told us our privacy is effectively dead — and are now being forced to … [Read more...] about iOS 12 Review: What’s now for what’s next
Presented by Humaniq In a crowded app marketplace, the most successful are service-hubs: from Google and Facebook, to WeChat in China, the most-downloaded apps offer a raft of offerings from different businesses. In mature markets, this means that the most popular consumer apps can retain market dominance by adding additional services for their existing communities. In emerging markets, consumer apps that can expand their service offerings as they grow their user base among new smartphone users have the opportunity to capture greater market share. And App Annie projects that app downloads worldwide will reach 250BN by 2022. Chinese downloads and spend are leading the way for other emerging markets, this study tells us, and consumer apps such as WeChat are seizing the opportunity as new users discover the apps most useful to them. This makes WeChat a platform where entrepreneurs can make impact, especially considering WeChat’s reporting that of the majority of small- and … [Read more...] about The Next WeChat? Humaniq app as a service-hub for Africa’s entrepreneurs
In January 2017, the UK Government’s Cabinet Office issued guidelines outlining what department heads needed to consider when putting services or data into the public cloud.Along with its 14 Security Cloud Principles, the guidance confirmed that “it’s possible for public sector organisations to safely put highly personal and sensitive data into the public cloud. Many UK departments have made this decision based on risk management assessments once they have put appropriate safeguards in place”.Following on from the introduction of the Government’s 2013 Cloud First policy, the issue of these guidelines showed that the movement of UK public data to the cloud is now ‘the new norm’. Although Departments remain free to choose an alternative to the cloud if they wish, they now need to demonstrate that it offers better value for money before they do so.The end result is that highly sensitive information about all of us (including names, … [Read more...] about Public cloud API security: How safe is our data?