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How to create better health apps

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. Watch now. In today’s connected world, digital products have to entice, excite and entertain to keep our attention. There’s an app for everything: Ordering a ride-share, purchasing groceries and even for …

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Citi backs Indian SaaS startup Lentra as it plans to expand internationally • TechCrunch

India initially made its name in the tech world years ago when it staked out reputation as a key hub for business process outsourcing. Now that legacy has taken a very different turn in fintech with outsourcing of a very different kind, with the emergence of embedded finance technology. In the latest development, Lentra, an …

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A profile of Unity CEO John Riccitiello, as he faces criticism for the company's targeted ads, his metaverse ambitions, years of dating the head of HR, and more (Bloomberg)

Bloomberg: A profile of Unity CEO John Riccitiello, as he faces criticism for the company’s targeted ads, his metaverse ambitions, years of dating the head of HR, and more  —  John Riccitiello was on top of the metaverse.  Last November the chief executive officer of Unity Software Inc. spilled the news …

Hackaday Links: November 13, 2022

Talk about playing on hard mode! The news this week was rife with stories about Palmer Luckey’s murder-modified VR headset, which ostensibly kills the wearer if their character dies in-game. The headset appears to have three shaped charges in the visor pointing right at the wearer’s frontal lobe, and would certainly do a dandy job …

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Where is the iPhone made? From components to final assembly

David Imel / Android Authority It goes without saying that the iPhone is the most widely recognized smartphone in the world. Apple ships nearly a quarter billion units each year and the company commands a market share of nearly 20%. With so many phones flying off shelves year after year, you may be wondering: where …

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This Microsoft Office deal gets you a lifetime license for $39, or two licenses for $59

Using your PC for work and play is great, but no matter if you’re doing basic tasks or managing a business, sooner or later you will need a productivity suite to write, proofread, make some calculations, or create a presentation. Word, Excel, PowerPoint are industry standards but paying a subscription for Office 365 may not …

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GitHub’s Copilot Takes the Keyboard Out of Coding – Review Geek

GitHub It seems that Microsoft’s love for accessibility is trickling down to GitHub. In a surprise announcement, GitHub says that it’s testing a hands-free coding feature for its Copilot software. In time, a simple “Hey, GitHub” voice command will let you write, edit, and navigate code without a keyboard. This experimental feature is exclusive to …

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Twitter reportedly cut thousands of contractors without warning

Twitter eliminated a large number of contract employees on Saturday, affecting anywhere from 4,400 to 5,500 workers, according to Platformer’s Casey Newton. As noted by Platformer and confirmed by other reports from Axios and CNBC, most contract employees didn’t receive any notice that they’ve been terminated and only found out after losing access to the …

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