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Innovation with Design Thinking, Lean, Agile and DevOps

Lean and Agile adoption has been seeing an upward trend since 2006. After discussing speed, quality and doing the right things, here is a discussion on identifying the right thing and delivering it at a high speed.

There’s not an app for that: the road to transformation starts with a look in the mirror

There’s a happy medium between full transformation and none at all, and it comes down to knowing what you have and what you need

Easy mobile security the Faraday way

Wireless attacks are unpredictable and complicated. Here’s an easy way to block everything.

10 Hot IoT startups to watch

With 20 billion internet of things devices online by 2020, the challenges and rewards are great for the top 10 startups hoping to capitalize on connected devices.

The Google privacy conundrum: Why locking down your data is a hard choice

Google has made it easier to see and control what parts of your data it collects from you, but the decision to make it private is harder than it's ever been.

Apple fell behind with Siri. Augmented reality could be the next to go

At its I/O conference, Google showed that it understands augmented reality and knows how to bring it to our daily lives. Apple has shown us nothing of the sort.

Why Google Assistant will beat Siri, Alexa and Cortana

Apple and Amazon simply won’t be able to compete with Google’s virtual assistant over the next few years.

End-to-end product process with Design Thinking, Lean, Agile and DevOps

Business expectation from product team has evolved. Speed to delivery, with quality deliverables is the new normal. Continuous innovation in existing products and a continuous stream of new product introduction is the DNA of any growing organization.

Time for 5G pragmatism

It's a familiar story. A new technology—in this case, 5G—emerges with a vision for industry transformation, sporting numerous use-cases that have yet to prove their market worth.

10 factors to consider before you start an e-commerce business

Not every e-commerce business can be the next Flipkart or Amazon. It is important to find your niche, and make sure that the idea you have chosen is competitive. Avoid excessively crowded niche. No competition can mean no demand, or spell huge success. You need to delve deep to find out how it might work for you.