Thoughts: Top Tech Companies and Data Privacy

Thoughts: Top Tech Companies and Data Privacy

This quick post talks about my thoughts around data privacy. Things might sound random, so bare with me while you read it. For many years I have used products and services from many top tech companies, such as Apple, Google, and Microsoft. But after using PC laptops for many years, and having data losses and broken laptops I have made the “expensive” decision to switch…
5 Tips for a Better WWDC Experience

5 Tips for a Better WWDC Experience

Last week I was at Apple's WWDC for the first time ever, it was a great experience for sure, and I would like to share some of the tips that could be helpful for any one planning to attend WWDC in the future. I arrived late Sunday night to San Jose and I couldn't get my badge that day. Badges and Registrations was open that…
What’s New in iOS 11 – For Developers

What’s New in iOS 11 – For Developers

Here is a summarized list of what developers should expect from iOS 11, which is coming soon later this month (Sept 2017). Support for drag and drop onscreen, either within the same app or in a different app. Support for augmented and virtual reality. Browsing local and iCloud documents. High performance image analysis. CoreML, which provides support for machine learning models. Updated SiriKit: Support for…
What is Mobility, and how different it is from Mobile?

What is Mobility, and how different it is from Mobile?

Mobility is defined as the convenience of having the information and its social aspect available on the go across different screen sizes and devices. Mobility is totally different that Mobile, and a lot of people mix them up. Think of Mobile as the hardware and the infrastructure, and Mobility as the context that makes everything works together. Businesses usually think about Mobile and ignore mobility. For example, they will…