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“Autumn Creators Update” was “mistranslation“; “Fall Creators Update” for all

Itrsquo;s going to be called “Fallrdquo; even when it should be “Autumnrdquo;... or “Spring.”

Because English isn’t the same in England, Microsoft renames Fall Update...

We'd suggest simply calling it version 1709 instead.

Evolved Intelligence flags 5G race concerns

Says security in danger of being left behind in technology accelerationShanghai, China, June 29: At the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, network signalling security experts Evolved Intelligence warned that operators racing to deploy 5G services in time for the Winter Olympic games in 2018 were in danger of forgetting the security lessons of the past.Co-Founder and Commercial Director Peter Blackie said that not enough progress had yet been made on securing 5G network signalling. “It... Source: RealWire

iPhone at 10: How Apple changed gaming for the better and...

For gaming, the iPhone sparked a gold rush and burst of creativity still felt today.

Thin ice: Vanishing ice only exacerbates a bad, climate change-fueled situation

How's the Earthrsquo;s ice system changing? Look to the active cryosphere.

In March, wind and solar generated a record 10% of US...

And stationary storage batteries had a booming quarter, too.

Ars and GOG next steps: Sales, collaborations, and more

Ars is taking part in GOGrsquo;s big summer salemdash;come buy some cool retrogames!

The LHC is starting another year of high-energy physics

The first stable proton beams of the year have arrived at CERN.

The Arctic seed vault had to deal with melting permafrost last...

No seeds lost, but the entrance is being waterproofed after surprise flooding.

IDG Contributor Network: The 5 best beta testing tools for your...

Back in 2014, game developer Red Winter had to pull the sequel to its hit game Dungelot from the app store, mere days after first releasing it.

The reason? The game was riddled with bugs, and it had switched from a pay-once-play-forever model to a freemium model. Many of these issues could have been avoided had Red Winter followed a more thorough beta testing strategy.

And this is something that doesn't only apply to mobile games, but all mobile apps.When launching an app that is too buggy, or includes features that are unpopular with many users, you risk permanently damaging the reputation of your app. Red Winter was able to fix Dungelot 2 and relaunched it more successfully three months later, but there is no guarantee that your app will recover as easily.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

IDG Contributor Network: The 5 best beta-testing tools for your app

Back in 2014, game developer Red Winter had to pull the sequel to its hit game Dungelot from the app store, mere days after first releasing it.

The reason? The game was riddled with bugs, and it had switched from a pay-once-play-forever model to a freemium model. Many of these issues could have been avoided had Red Winter followed a more thorough beta testing strategy.

And this is something that doesn't only apply to mobile games, but all mobile apps.When launching an app that is too buggy, or includes features that are unpopular with many users, you risk permanently damaging the reputation of your app. Red Winter was able to fix Dungelot 2 and relaunched it more successfully three months later, but there is no guarantee that your app will recover as easily.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Managed service provider, Genmed, opens information office for journalists & analysts...

April 19, 2017 – The financial pressures facing the NHS again hit the news further to the Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring budget. While an additional £425 million is being made available for investment in the NHS[1] - to fund the first set of the best STPs[2] and help cope with demand in A & E this winter - the sad reality is the NHS still lacks the money it needs.

Constrained resources means the health... Source: RealWire