Newsletter September 11, 2020

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This week's tech spotlight:

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A new app for asthmatic people is here! A solution that measures people’s coughing during a series of nights to help them predict if their asthma will be deteriorating. This is a revolutionary product that will contribute to the healthcare industry and change thousands of lives.

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Since the pandemic started, everything as we knew it before, has a new way to be now. A study shows that businesses have had to make extra modernization efforts to reach the requirements of application delivery, to keep their companies efficiently going.

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Google is updating its Google Images "Usage Rights”, so it’s easier for people to legally find and use other people’s images for new purposes. They will implement "Licensable" labels to identify the type of permission for each image and determine if they can be reused or not.

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Nintendo will be launching a new version of Mario Kart for Nintendo Switch, where your house will be the race track!

Talk about creativity during the lockdown. We must adapt to new circumstances, and this is a great example of the amazing results we can get.

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From our perspective:

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The hype behind the mobile app seems to have largely cooled. From the exciting days of “there’s an app for that” to the oversaturated market in which we now find ourselves, the trend of mobile development seems to have moved away from innovation addressing challenges to an industry that favors quantity to quality. The importance of user experience  and design is something that many businesses undervalue or outright neglect when developing their mobile solutions, and it shows. The difference that quality UX and UI can make is profound, and something that Band of Coders fully...

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