FAANG is an acronym that stands for Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google. These are some of the most successful and valuable technology companies in the world. They are known for their innovative products and services, as well as their impact on the technology industry and society at large.
Living in a foreign country can be a fantastic experience, but staying connected with their families back home for many expats is the hardest part. While there are many ways to keep in touch, some methods are more reliable than others. This article will explore some of the best ways to stay connected with your loved ones no matter where you are.Read More
Gsuite (g-suite, g suite) was previously called Google Apps for Work and is a bundle of software that you can use. It is a SaaS product with different (cloud-based) productivity tools and tools to collaborate within your business.
You can get a subscription, but most tools are also available for free, like you might actually use Gmail or GoogleDocs. With the monthly subscription you can have that linked to your own domain name and have more drive space available for example.
Recently it got renamed again, and now it is called Google Workplace.
User intent is the key to surviving the world of search engine optimization (SEO) this year. Many people wanted to focus on user intent before, but could not quite deliver. Things, however, changed when Google brought Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) into the picture. Now, it’s not just about how a user might search, but what drives the user to search.Read More
DuckDuckGo is a search engine
DuckDuckGo is a search engine like Bing and Google. The special thing about DuckDuckGo is that they are known for respecting privacy and transparency. You can search on DuckDuckGo completely anonymously without any data of you being recorded. Also, all data from DuckDuckGo is publicly available.
DuckDuckGo is a niche search engine that not many people know. It is noteworthy that the search engine does show a stable annual growth rate. Recently, DuckDuckGo had a milestone of 14 million searches accomplished in a day.
A VR glasses is a virtualrealitybril
Virtual reality has been around 50 years, but recently the VR glasses are on the rise and virtual reality is really in a rapid pace. It started about 50 years ago all with training pilots, the trainings were basic but served their purpose well. Meanwhile, these trainings are much further developed and the pilots are really delusional in a virtual world. When in 2014 the Oculus Rift VR glasses was launched was the fence of the dam and unleashing itself a revolution. Read More
Eddystone is a beacon standard
Eddystone is Google's response to Apple's iBeacons. A big difference with iBeacons is that the code of Eddystone is open Source: This means that it can be deployed on multiple platforms. Eddystone is a platform that allows devices with BLE to communicate with each other. Google itself does not want to create hardware, but it does indicate that it sees possibilities: for example, in Google Maps to show real-time messages in case of a delay. Beaco Read More
Social media is sharing Internet Information
Social media is tricky to explain, but it's simply social media. It is a collective name for all kinds of Internet applications with which it is possible to share knowledge (news, photos, videos) or i Read More
IFTTT means If This Then That
IFTTT is and does what the name has in it: like this, then that. Therefore, when an action takes place, a task must be performed. By linking different online accounts (Gmail, Facebook, Dropbox, Foursquare, Insta, Twitter, etc.) you can talk to different acounts and services. You can set that you get an SMS when someone tagged a picture of you on Facebook. Or you can send a tweet when you have written a new blog post, or… many possibilities are offered by IFTTT and you can also create ' recipes ' yourself. IFTTT demo [YouTube] cAbB6qmTFU4 [/youtube]