Software Archive

Point of Sale Software Market Share to Record Steady Growth

“Point of Sale Software Market by Software Setup (Cloud-Based and Native), by Product (Mobile POS and Terminal POS), and by End-User (Retail, Government Sector, Healthcare, Hospitality, Media & Entertainment, Warehouses, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2017 – 2024” The global Point of Sale Software

Novel Software May Help Detect Heart Diseases: Study

Researchers have developed a new software that could spot potentially lethal heart diseases and may lead to improvements in prevention and treatment, says a new study. The software – ElectroMap – which measures electrical activity in the organ, is a new open-source software for processing, analysis and

The best game capture software

Sharing recordings of your gameplay is all the rage these days, but believe it or not, watching someone play a video game is about as old as the pastime itself. When Q-bert and Ms. Pac-Man roamed the earth, it wasn’t unusual to see a group of kids clustered around an arcade

Wasting Time, Wasting Money with Software Licenses?

This is a problem that plagues any organization, regardless of whether they’re big or small: do you really need to get that many licenses for a piece of software? It’s difficult to estimate just how many licenses a business needs, particularly when it’s something that not every person uses

New Software Can Track Shared Streaming Accounts

(CNN) – Many are comfortable sharing their Netflix and other streaming service passwords with others, but new software unveiled at the CES Tech Show in Las Vegas could crack down on such account sharing. Software maker Synamedia said the artificial intelligence system looks for potentially fraudulent activity.

Eight Great Apps and Software Services That Launched In 2018

2018 was rather special and interesting, from a software point of view. While tech giants continued to deliver futuristic, mind-bending and impressive software and services, they also realised their own software was chewing away our brains, making us all sloppy. We took a good look around to

EMUI 9 arrives to Chinese Huawei P20-series

Huawei just announced that it started seeding the latest version of its custom UI – EMUI 9 based on Android 9.0 Pie. But for now, it’s only available in China so the international Huawei P20 and P20 Pro owners will have to wait a bit longer. Probably

L-1 visas: USCIS issues policy memorandum

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services has published a policy memorandum to clarify about the L-1 category visas, often used by Indian technology services companies for intra-company transfers. The policy memorandum clarified that a qualifying organisation “employ a principal L-1 beneficiary abroad for one continuous year out

Xiaomi moves 600,000 Redmi Note 6 Pro units in first India sale

Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 6 Pro in India a couple of days ago, and the device has so far been a resounding success in the subcontinent. In its first sale in the country, the company managed to move more than 600,000 units. That’s pretty impressive, and

Gary Vaynerchuk: How To Blow Up On Social Media

Amy Harris/Invision/AP If you don’t know who Gary Vaynerchuk is, it’s not because he’s hard to find. Vaynerchuk has been creating daily content since 2006, when he launched his Wine TV series on YouTube. Because of his online marketing, he grew his family’s wine business from $3