How to Use Mobile Emulation Mode in Chrome

Website testing has become increasingly complex. The days of checking functionality in a couple of browsers are long gone. Your latest masterpiece must be rigorously evaluated on a range of mobile, tablet and desktop devices with differing OSs, screen resolutions and capabilities. In extreme cases, it could take as long as the original development.

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Africa: Creating the National Cyber Security Authority Is Vital

Cyber security. Though Rwanda, like many AU member states, is yet to sign and ratify the African Union Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data Protection, it has taken a laudable step in combating cybercrime. Just last week, the Chamber of Deputies passed the draft law establishing the National Cyber Security Authority (NCSA) and determining its responsibilities, organisation and functioning.

Link: Africa: Creating the National Cyber Security Authority Is Vital
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Big Data for Mobile Apps: Most Important Things to Know

Mobile devices already reached brought us a reality where it became the key. The intimacy of mobile devices has come to a high pitched state that we have never seen. For the majority of people, mobile devices are inseparable from their everyday reality. With all activities being donned by mobile interactions, businesses no longer can undermine the importance of mobile.

Link: Big Data for Mobile Apps: Most Important Things to Know
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Rejoice, for Linux 4.11 has been delivered!

Linus Torvalds has given the world version 4.11 of the Linux kernel. “So after that extra week with an rc8, things were pretty calm,” Torvalds posted to the Linux Kernel Mailing List, adding “I’m much happier releasing a final 4.11 now. So what do we get this time around? Among other things, Linux is now better at hot-swapping solid state disks and can now do journaling on RAID 4/5/6 volumes.

Link: Rejoice, for Linux 4.11 has been delivered!
via http://www.theregister.co.uk

Microsoft not throwing in towel on wearables yet

Microsoft not throwing in towel on wearables yet; introduces new smartwatch Posted on April 30, 2017 in Connected Devices Microsoft appears to have something new and exciting in the works. Looking to rejoin the wearables competition, after its Band 2 device didn’t go over so well last year, it…

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Apple Pay marks first year in S’pore as mobile payments gain traction

Singapore
AS Apple Pay marked its first anniversary in Singapore in April, observers said that mobile payments have in the last year gained significant traction here, with the real power of mobile wallets now going beyond just payments. They are rich customer engagement platforms.
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Link: Apple Pay marks first year in S’pore as mobile payments gain traction
via http://www.businesstimes.com.sg

SugarCRM Announces New Mobile App

CUPERTINO, Calif.- April 5, 2017 – SugarCRM Inc., the company that enables businesses to create extraordinary customer relationships with the most empowering, adaptable and affordable CRM solution on the market, today announced a number of new features to Sugar Mobile, its industry-leading app…

Link: SugarCRM Announces New Mobile App
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