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You just have to look around you to see people everywhere browsing the internet through various devices.

Therersquo;s an estimated 3.5 billion people worldwide now browsing the internet just through their mobile, that doesnrsquo;t include people who use other devices like tablets. With that number set to increase sevenfold between now and 2021, businesses now cannot afford to dismiss mobile and tablet internet usage.However, traditional mobile responsive websites have a significant Achilles Heel: their load times.

A study by Google found that over half of consumers will abandon a website after just three seconds.
Speed is clearly of the essence, and making it easy for consumers to access your content is even more important. You can understand, therefore, why many businesses saw apps as a way to engage with potential customers in a quick and relatively effective way.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Oops, did someone forget to turn on 2FA? Deloitte, one of the world's "big four" accountancy firms, has fallen victim to a cyberattack that compromised sensitive emails.…
Mike Mimoso talks to Chris Vickery of Upguard of the recent rash of Amazon S3 data leaks.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is permeating enterprise technology at a faster rate than ever before, yet it is still just the beginning of the adoption curve.

From self-driving cars to intelligent assistants to cybersecurity to creating more personalized search results and recommendations, AI and its subsets, machine learning and deep-learning technology, are already making an impact on our experiences at home and at work.However, with all the upsides resulting from the trend toward using powerful datasets to generate new value, come downsides.
Irsquo;m not referring to the doomsaying that AI will destroy us, but the unfortunate fact that software and technology vendors looking to capitalize on the hype will exaggerate their AI capabilities to get your attention and boost sales.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
While mobile is the biggest digital channel, and app stores are swamped with new appsmdash;as well as iterations of existing onesmdash;daily, the ability to release faster and with higher automation coverage is still a big pain for most organizations.
In the recent world quality report by Sogeti, the findings were that only 29 percent of the tests are being automated.When exploring the key reasons and challenges for such a low percentage, especially for the mobile space, we see five key challenges that can explain that low ratemdash;some are very much related to the findings in the report.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Cython, the toolkit that allows Python code to be converted to high-speed C code, has a new 0.27 release that can nownbsp;use Pythonrsquo;s own native typing syntax to speed up the Python-to-C conversion process.Previously, Cython users could accelerate Python only by decorating the code with type annotations in a dialect peculiar to Cython. Python has its ownnbsp;optional syntax for variable type annotation, but Cython didnrsquo;t use it.[ Tutorial: How to get started with Python. | Go deeper with the InfoWorld megaguide: The best Python frameworks and IDEs. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorldrsquo;s App Dev Report newsletter. ]With Cython 0.27, Cython can now recognize PEP 526-style type declarations for native Python types, such asnbsp;strnbsp;ornbsp;list.

The same syntax can also be used to explicitly define native C types, using declarations like declaration likenbsp;var: cython.int = 32.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
80% more cash than a 1950X for less than 20% more performance? Tough sell.
Which is to say neither do it Security researchers have discovered that two popular home automation systems are vulnerable to attacks.…
Adobe suffered at a minimum a PR black eye on Friday when one of its private PGP keys was inadvertently published to its Product Incident Security Response Team (PSIRT) blog.
Early adoption means many features are still a work-in-progress.
Microsoft wants to be ready for a quantum computing world.
Plus, i3 gets a bump up to quad-core, but prices are up across the board.