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Issue: 61

Jan 15, 2019

All About Devtac


Maximize Your Time and Increase Sales with an Automated Billing Platform!

Technology had a recent surge in the number of its users in the past decade. With smart home tech and the latest updates in software and tools, your monthly bill will surely make a run for it, eventually disrupting your deals and becoming a burden to your workflow. If you’re running a business, you o ... more


What Can A Data-driven Workflow Do to Your Business?

The rampant shift in technology - the existence of smartphones, cloud, integration software, among others, have changed the gears in business and everyone involved, from consumers to producers, now have access to more information than they had before. But access to more data doesn’t exactly mean an e ... more


5 resolutions to boost your website conversions in 2019

New beginnings, new perspectives, 365 new days—the new year is a symbol of hope and optimism. This is the perfect time for businesses to reflect on their past setbacks and successes, and draft a solid plan for the rest of the year. Whether you’re a small business owner, an entrepreneur, or a blogger ... more


Increase Project Resource Utilization Awareness

A common challenge with managing projects in SuiteCRM is trying to figure out if people have too much or not enough work assigned to them. Well Timeo just came out with a solution that makes this easy to see with their new Capacity Manager add-on. By adding a new Plan Board view you can now easily s ... more


Servitization: When Manufacturers Become Service Companies

It’s that time of year again when techies bring out the crystal ball and prophesize about what’s coming in the next year.  Not to be left behind, I opened my browser this morning to an article about Apple that speaks directly to what I see as one of the most important paradigm shifts we will se ... more


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CES 2019: Amazon and Google Assistant carve up tech expo

At CES, there's no shortage of gadgets to talk to. Smart TVs, cars, pianos - and even a toilet - these are just some examples of devices that come with voice-activated helpers. No matter who makes the hardware, the virtual aide linked to or packaged inside is likely to be one of two: either Amazon's ... more


Taking a stroll with Samsung’s robotic exoskeleton

Samsung’s look but don’t touch policy left many wondering precisely how committed the company is to its new robots. On the other hand, the company was more than happy to let me take the GEMS (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System) spin. The line includes a trio of wearable exoskeletons, the A (ankle ... more


VLC passes 3 billion downloads, will get AirPlay support and improved VR features soon

In 1996, a group of students at Ecole Centrale Paris wondered if there was a way to efficiently stream videos across the campus. Their curiosity quickly turned into an academic project and paved the way to the early development of a media player application called VLC. Over the past 23 years, the V ... more


How automated supermarkets are shaping up for 2019 and beyond

Barely a week into 2019, and we’re already spotting some of the big technology trends of the year. True to form, the consumer electronics extravaganza that is CES shone a light on some of the quirkier “advances,” from connected toilets to tions we can expect to see more of throughout the year ahead ... more


A first look at Twitter’s new beta app and its bid to remain ‘valuable and relevant’

Twitter  has made a name for itself, at its most basic level, as a platform that gives everyone who uses it a voice. But as it has grown, that unique selling point has set Twitter up for as many challenges — harassment, confusing way to manage conversations — as it has opportunities — the best ... more

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U.S. shutdown sends economy into uncharted waters

WASHINGTON, USA – The United States government shutdown on Saturday, January 12, became the longest in history and is taking a growing bite out of the world's largest economy with each passing day, economists say. While most of the 21 "lapses" in government spending since 1976 left barely a ..more

Market may finally break past 8,000 this week

Venice’s Santa Lucia railway station is packed as visitors scuttle across the concourse towards the water-bus stops. Taking a selfie against the backdrop of the Grand Canal, Ciro Esposito and his girlfriend have just arrived and are unimpressed with what may greet them in future if the Venetian auth ..more

Asia stocks at one-month high, focus stays on U.S.-China trade talks

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks inched higher to one-month highs on Friday, after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the U.S. central bank can be patient on raising interest rates further. But the rally’s momentum slowed partly as investors sought more clarity on whether the United Stat ..more

How much has the shutdown hit the US economy?

Washington is at a standstill, as US President Donald Trump and Democrats feud over his demand to include $5.7bn (£4.5bn) for a border wall in a new spending bill. The fight has closed parts of federal agencies since 21 December and is on track to be the longest government shutdown in US history. Food ... more

How to pull yourself out of a work rut

Feel like you're dragging yourself to work every day only to count down the minutes until it's time to go home? You could be stuck in work rut. "People sometimes are in a rut and don't always realize it," said Kim Monaghan, a career coach. "They feel something is broken and they feel u ... more


U.S.-backed Syrian force: Islamic State in its 'final moments'

QAMISHLI, Syria/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are “living their final moments” in the last enclave they hold near the Iraqi border, where U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are attacking them, an SDF official said on Sunday. A defeat of the jihadists in the enclave would wipe out ... more

Myanmar Reuters journalists lose appeal against 7-year sentence

YANGON, Myanmar – A Myanmar judge dismissed an appeal Friday, January 11, by two Reuters journalists jailed for 7 years while investigating atrocities committed against the Rohingya, dashing slim hopes that the pair could be freed early. Reporters Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were arrested in Ya ... more

Death toll in China mining accident rises to 21

BEIJING, China — The death toll in a coal mine roof collapse in northern China has risen to 21 after rescuers found two more miners dead on Sunday, state media reported. A total of 87 people were working underground in the Shaanxi province mine at the time of the accident on Saturday afternoon, accor ... more

Trump says he had 'great conversation' with Putin, calls media reports 'nonsense'

Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump blasted recent reports by The Washington Post and The New York Times that raised questions about his private meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and revealed an FBI investigation into his behavior after he fired FBI Director James Comey. During a p ... more

How much time Asians spend helping their child with education?

NEW DELHI — Indian parents spend far more time helping their child with their education compared to other countries of the world. According to the report published by Varkey Foundation, parents in lower income and emerging economies are more likely to spend significant amounts of time helping their c ... more


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