Audio Has Finally Come of Age

by Leigh Anne Varney on June 18, 2014

wiredLeave it to Apple to stir it up again. Last week’s completion of the Beats purchase sends a loud and clear message. Audio has finally come of age.
Great audio. No, scratch that. Awesome audio and custom audio services will drive entertainment forward from here on out. It’s been tuning up for awhile — like a multi-layered track laid down at Abbey Road Studios — and woe to the consumer device maker who misses this wave of innovation that is washing up on hardware and software.

Read the article by Rajeev Kapur in Wired Innovation Insights

{ 0 comments }

The Chip that will Change the Mobile Market

by Leigh Anne Varney on May 28, 2014

Link to the article

 

{ 0 comments }

StrongLoop data sync and replication for mobile apps requiring APIs

May 28, 2014

Article by Adrian Bridgwater Node.js solutions company StrongLoop is now providing replication and offline synchronization in its LoopBack API framework. Loopback is an open source API framework written in Node.js used to connect devices to enterprise data sources. This new functionality is available for Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and any LoopBack connector, which […]

Read the full article →

Cover story, interview and article about Sonic Emotion in EEWeb Pulse

April 29, 2014

Read the article in EEWeb Pulse        

Read the full article →

StrongLoop Updates Its DevOps solution

April 18, 2014

StrongLoop updates its DevOps solution, StrongOps 2.0, with new cluster management, error reporting and other features. StrongLoop, a provider of Node.js solutions, has announced the general availability of StrongOps 2.0, a Node.js-specific application lifecycle management (ALM) solution that includes both monitoring and DevOps capabilities for Linux, Windows and Mac. Node.js continues to gain popularity for […]

Read the full article →

Node JavaScript Gets Ready for the Enterprise

April 1, 2014

Node.js started life as an implementation of JavaScript found in the Google Chrome browser that is optimized for event-driven, non-blocking I/O applications. Originally, Node.js found favor in organizations that needed to build real-time applications to manage distributed devices such as routers and switches. But as Node.js has evolved, it has also been widely adopted to […]

Read the full article →

Prepared to battle Edward (male impotence) Bph and taking levitra Levitra dosage