The race to bring apps to market faster and faster is driving the emergence of a new programming paradigm – low-code development platforms.
Robo Brain began to process information from the Internet last month, and researches behind the project say it is currently working its way through a billion images and much more.
Two thirds of Giant Group's contractors expect rates to rise, with many also expecting more job opportunities in the financial services sector.
Recent numbers indicate that the most successful apps are created by only a few companies and if you’re basing your app development strategies on numbers alone you are doomed from the start.
Developers have a lot of issues to consider when producing apps, but one question that doesn’t have a clear answer is how do you build spyware into your software?
With courts attacking technology providers rather than people who use those technologies, app devs could have to start thinking about possible coding changes.
A contest has been set up by SAS that lets data scientists use its tools free of charge to try and solve challenges set out by the government’s Energy Act.
A new report from the Apigee Institute shows that large companies are still struggling to successfully deploy apps that are on time, on budget or have the intended business impact.
Rideshare company Uber has announced that they are opening their API to third-party developers like American company, United Airlines…but not everything is open yet.
Almost a third of mobile uers don't download apps in a typical month and the average number of app downloads has fallen from 2.3 to 1.8 in the last 12 months.
A proposal has been drafted that could see computerised “road trains” of self-driving lorry convoys placed on British roads by next year. Each set of vehicles will be controlled by just one driver.