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This post was originally featured on hedgehog lab’s blog here.  Dan McCarthy has 15 years of business development and national account management in financial services and medical device development. Dan recently joined hedgehog lab as their Strategy Director in Austin, TX. Wearables – What category do they fit in? Since so-called ‘smart wearables’ were first launched some time ago, digital firms have attempted to divide them into various categories as a means studying the products themselves and the growth of the sector. One such example is the work carried out by the IDC (International Data Corporation) who broke down wearables into two major markets – smartwatches capable of running third party applications (think Apple Watch, Pebble Smartwatch, Samsung Gear S3 and Motorola’s Moto 360) and basic wearables,

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This post was originally featured on the hedgehog lab’s blog here.  Shaun Allan is the director of immersive tech, he heads-up the strategic development of the VR/AR/MR division at hedgehog lab. As part of our immersive strategy, my team and I spend most of our time researching technological advancements taking place across the globe. This is to ensure our clients – and indeed consumers – can make informed choices, particularly when it comes to talking to us about building stunning apps. Recently, our focus has been on virtual reality (VR), which, as my colleague Gopal Iyer highlighted in a previous blog, is set to be a game changer, shaping the future of things yet to come. An early indication of the market’s potential, of course, was the takeover of

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This post was originally featured on the hedgehog lab’s blog here.  Gopal Iyer is responsible for high-quality research content, industry reports and white papers. He is a Doctoral scholar at University of Newcastle and also holds an M.B.A from the Indian Institute of Rural Management. As a social scientist, I’m often asked interesting questions by academic colleagues, who have, now and then, challenged me on my fervour for tech. One such question to crop up recently was: ‘Do you sense any future for Virtual Reality?’ The questioner elaborated by pointing out that Google Glass had seemingly hit the rocks. So were there actually any potential uses for VR – and could it really be deemed a game-changer? Having studied the sector in depth and compiled a wealth of

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Jamie Giggs

In App Development

February 2, 2017

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This post originally featured here.  Rob has been developing iOS apps for around 3 years, and has a First Class Honors degree in Computer Science. He has a passion for all things tech and gaming. Earlier this week Apple introduced a series of betas for their main platforms. iOS 10.3, macOS Sierra 10.12.4 and tvOS 10.2. For the past few years these mid cycle releases of a major OS revision have often had new features, last year with 9.3 bringing multi user accounts for education and NightShift to iOS. This year is no different. iOS 10.3 The highlight feature for consumers is Find My AirPods. If you accidentally misplace one or both of your AirPods without the case you can now use the Find my iPhone

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Jamie Giggs

In App Events

February 1, 2017

MWC 17

Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry. hedgehog lab’s CEO, Sarat Pediredla, and CCO, Matthew O’Connor are attending and look forward to chatting with visitors and exhibitors at the event. Meet hedgehog lab at MWC 2017 For more check out the hedgehog lab website here.

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Artyom Dogtiev

In App Business

January 25, 2017

MVP (stands for Minimum Viable product) can be defined as the smallest possible thing that can be done to prove a set of hypothesis about a business idea. If you want to build the next big thing you should find a team to build your MVP.  However, there are many factors involved such as – cost, quality and duration of developing the MVP. Cost of building an MVP is considered as a crucial factor compared to the duration and quality of project. Before we dig into the title of this post, first let us see what is MVP? The MVP term was originally coined by Frank Robinson, who was CEO at SyncDev. MVP is basically a prototype or product that includes the core features without any

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Daljit has 16 years of IT industry experience in web products and Mobility. Over these years, he has worked for various clients across the Globe like GE (General Electric), EDS (Electronic Data Systems US), HP (Hewlett- Packard) . He is passionate about the new technology and worked on cutting-edge technologies like NoSQL, Internet of Things & Big Data. With the evolution of a digital world, smartphones have become an indispensable part of our lives and the various apps that control these smartphones are increasing at a much faster pace. Among the various smartphones, Android smartphones are the most used smartphones in the world. This is because they come with outstanding features that not only brought a revolution in people’s perception of a mobile handset but in the entire IT

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Artyom Dogtiev

In App Development

September 26, 2016

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What’s the first thing you do when you get up in the morning? You check your mobile phone. Right? This is what we all do. It’s that WhatsApp message. Or that email. Or that Facebook update you are expecting to see on your mobile screen. From dawn to dusk and dusk till dawn, most of our time is spent on our smartphones. Be it office work or anything personal, all our activities rely on a single device, even more than our desktops and laptops. Mobile apps engagement The best thing about today’s mobile device is an App. From hiring a taxi to ordering a meal and getting our houses cleaned, life has become easier than ever before. A decade before, it was a luxury but

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Artyom Dogtiev

In App Development

September 14, 2016

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If you already have an online business presence, you must read these five definite reasons of why moving ahead with mobile app development is a must. Most small and medium enterprises are comprehending the exigency of mobile apps in the business. But consumers today demand and expect an Amazon-like shopping experience from every online business. According to Manta’s Small Wellness Index 2015, small business owners (SBOs) can’t live without their smartphones. Nearly half accessed mobile apps for their business twice or thrice a day. eMarketer also found that almost 80% of SBOs use their mobile phones while at work in front of their office desktops. “We are living in an era when everything we need is just a tap away,” says Manish Jain, Director and

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Artyom Dogtiev

In news

September 6, 2016

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App Radar app store keyword tracking company adds support for both iOS and Google Play Italian stores.  From now on both Italia-based app developers or developers from any country who want to localize their mobile app for the Italian market, will be able to keep track of their app’s keywords ranking. This update comes as the next step for the App Radar Keyword Tracker Pro solution development, which was launched this spring. Further on the company plans to support more languages and countries to cover all local app markets and become an essential app keyword tracking tool for app developers around the world. Read more about Italian app stores support on App Radar’s blog.

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