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Should Companies Think of Remote Work in the Long Term?

2020 has taught us many unthinkable and impossible lessons, the impossible became possible, and film fantasy became a daunting reality. It’s been an unprecedented one in the history of humankind. We saw cities that bustled with human activity, resembled ghost towns. We were strongly encouraged, and in some instances, legally forced to enforce social distancing. We also witnessed that most successful industries and businesses came crashing down in a matter

What Are The Latest Technologies Used To Develop Mobile Applications Nowadays?

Having a smartphone is not a choice anymore but has become a necessity in today’s time. From a school going kid to a granny, everyone has at least one smartphone and is highly addicted to it. From the moment we wake up, we start browsing the Internet to check the news, browse our social media accounts, book movie tickets, pay electricity bills, book a taxi, order food, online shopping, and

The Curious Case of Using Airdrop as a Tinder Alternative

Back in 2011, Apple engineers masterminded an awesome feature called AirDrop. It’s intended to facilitate file transfers among supported devices. The process is amazingly simple and doesn’t require device pairing at all – it works out of the box and only takes a few clicks or taps to complete a file exchange. Since AirDrop uses a combo of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth protocols, the data transfer speeds are huge. Interestingly, some

Keep Students Engaged in Virtual Classrooms by Following These Simple Tips

The corona-virus pandemic has taken the world by storm and it continues to keep people from around the world inside their homes for their safety. Since a vaccine or medication is yet to reach the general public, social distancing is the best way to curb the spread of this disease. Just like every other thing, educational institutions have also come to a standstill. However, in an effort to keep up