Wearable Tech

2015 Mobile Tech Trends

The perception of mobile technology and its abundant application is all the rage. It is a profoundly innovative and evolving constant in our most important interface – the Connected World in which we live. As we approach 2015, mobile app development technology continues to offer end users no shortage of ways to stay connected to an ever-changing world through sophisticated mobile apps designed to effectively enhance the personal user experience (UX).

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UX Design Triggers to Capture Users and Improve Sales

Can you guess a way to a successful design of your web or mobile product? One that will help you get much bang for the buck when marketing your site or app to end users?
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How Wearables Work: Fitness Bracelets and Activity Trackers

Wearable gadgets have flown into our everyday life in the recent months and, despite many expert predictions that 2014 will not become the year of wearables, it's clear as day that wearable technology is here to stay forever. Smart fitness bracelets, smart watches and smart glasses are going mainstream gradually yet confidently, and will inevitably become commodity products soon just like smartphones and tablets.

NewsCastic: Intersog Becomes Web and Mobile Development Partner for Ski Nation, Inc

NewsCastic picks up our press release announcing app development partnership with Ski Nation, Inc.

Telemedicine: From Smoke Signals To Mobile Applications

The first form of telemedicine began with African villagers who used smoked signals to warn people to stay away from their village in case of serious disease. In the early 1900s, people living in remote areas of Australia used two-way radios to request medical advice and procedures from neighboring continents.
iOS & Android App Development Cost in 2015

Cost of Application Development: iOS vs Android

According to Google Trends, "app development cost" is one of today's most popular search terms in the United States and UK, with regional interest rates reaching 100 and 94 respectively.   Since iOS and Android are indisputably the two major mobile ecosystems as of now, let's see what makes up the app development cost for each of them, and how it can actually be reduced.
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Python has taken over the developing space. In fact, it’s everywhere.

What Intersog iOS Developers Think About Apple WatchKit

Wearables are everywhere in tech related media today.

[Infographic] What Users Expect From Wearables

Sales tracking analytics provider NPD Group has explored and we have visualized key consumer expectations of the wearable tech.

Eight Wearables You’d Want To Buy Instead of Apple Watch

So you want to get notifications, count steps, and check the time and you’re all into Apple Watch?

How to Develop a Native App for Google Glass

There's no rocket science when it comes to Google Glass OS - it's Android 4 with a special Glass enabled launcher that lets you easily install any Android apps on the gadget via adb.

Google Glass To Level Up With Layar?

When Google announced their new Android-based OS for wearables a week ago, it was unclear why Google Glass didn't get to the list of Google Wear supported gadgets.

Five Thought-Provoking Apps for Google Glass

More than 90 million wearable gadgets are expected to be sold globally by the end of 2014, and smart glasses will account for over 2 million of all sold wearables.

Samsung Spectacles vs Google Glass

Just in case you haven't heard yet - there's good news in the world of wearable computing.

Five Key Technology Expectations for 2014

Now when 2013 is over, let's look into the crystal ball to get a sneak peek at what's in store for technology in 2014.

Will Wearable Technology Fail?

We have a look at seven specific reasons that wearable tech might fail as well as four solid reasons why it might actually succeed.

How wearable technology will change future mobile paradigm [Part 1]

Six years ago our digital experiences evolved mainly around desktop solutions and few experts out there could foresee this huge leap into the mobile space we're seeing now.

Meta Space Glasses: The Killer of Google Glass?

Remember the helmet that Tony Stark uses in the Iron Man?