Apple Drifts Away From Jobs

Apple Drifts Away From Jobs

Apple at Steve Jobs showed a striking balance between design and usability. Granted, it often shifted more towards the design side, resulting in problems such as antennagate, but this occurred when jobs were not around. They made sure that the products worked well and looked good – they understood the need to do both. After

What's in an Apple Name

What’s in an Apple Name

Apple has chosen a few iconic names in the past, such as “iPod” and “iMac.” Apple also succeeded in acquiring the “iPad” – which was widely poised to develop a feminine hygiene product – and turned it into a popular lexicon of children and Wall Street analysts. However, Apple does more than give products big

Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud

Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud

Now that cloud computing has made it economically possible to capture and collage large amounts of data – that is, “big data” – many organizations equally economical way to analyze and transfer data across various business applications. Trying to find The rapidly increasing demand for powerful analytical tools to understand the meaning of old and