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There’s a cute side and a dark side to the recent story of a six-year-old managing to order a $170 dollhouse via an Amazon Echo device, without Mom and Dad knowing. Unfortunately, the cute side wears thin rapidly, while the dark side could reach depths you never dreamed of. The root problem, in this case, was the acute sensitivity of Alexa, the voice assistant associated with the Echo, to human voice commands, coupled with Alexa’s inability to differentiate between voices of different people.

In 2013 Google Glass burst onto the scene with an attention-grabbing ad and a ton of press speculating about whether it would change the way we integrate technology into our lives forever, or if it had majorly missed the mark and would sink before it...

In 2013 Google Glass burst onto the scene with an attention-grabbing ad and a ton of press speculating about whether it would change the way we integrate technology into our lives forever, or if it had majorly missed the mark and would sink before it...

On September 6th, 2016 Zuznow was featured in Gartner’s report “Market Guide for Rapid Mobile App Development Tools”. Among the 34 vendors covered Zuznow is one of only 3 vendors that provide all of the product capabilities and native app functionality included in the report. While...

The term “smart city” has become widely used over the past couple of years. The main goal of the “smart city” initiative is to enable cities to manage their assets efficiently, in order to improve the lives of its citizens. How? By integrating information and...

Over the past week or so I have read a couple of articles talking about the value of mobile web over mobile apps.  There were some valid points made in all of the articles Initial effort, time and cost for most companies to build a...

We recently hosted another Enterprise Mobility Meetup here in NYC.  The topic for this Meetup was mobile security.  Our guest panelists were Brian Katz - Director, EUC Mobility Strategy, Office of the CTO at VMware and Mark Stutzman – CEO, Appmobi, and they were great.  The evening started with lots of networking...

What started out as an ongoing joke with many of our enterprise clients, turned out to be a real pain for IT executives. It always came when a project was completed and the client would send an email, or call to compliment us on how great our platform is for mobile-omni-channel compatibility then adding something like: “I wish you could do the same for desktops…” For a long time, we didn’t pay attention to this remark, but when we finally stopped to ask what they really meant, we couldn’t understand how WE didn’t realize it sooner…

Apache Cordova is an open-source mobile development framework. As a stand alone technology it aspires to allow mobile developers to use standard web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript for cross-platform development. When we first launched our downloadable app solution within the Zuznow platform, we chose Cordova to provide the wrapper for the WebView

If you google “why open source is good” you will end up staring at a long list of articles offering 5, 7, 10, 20 reasons why open source is good for your business. What started as side-kick projects of passionate developers turned out to become the backbone of the tech industry, and enterprises didn’t hesitate to adopt.

The mobility world has experienced many battles between different paradigms and philosophies about almost everything. One of those bloody battles is the battle of Native vs. Hybrid. While each has its own fans and supporters, mobility became the reason for developers’ polarity. But does it really have to be this way?