Q & A: Justin Bolles on WWDC 2016

This week we decided to talk all things Apple with Justin Bolles, a senior iOS developer and co-founder of Connect Think. Check out what Justin had to say about his 3rd attendance at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in this info-packed interview. Q: Our team carves...
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Developers: The Social Media Foundation

Twitter has been in the news a lot recently. In case you missed it, Twitter is expected to alter its classic 140-character limit so that users can share just a bit more. Utilizing social media in business today is more important than ever. Social media gurus and business analysts...
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Plethora of Apple devices create new challenges for developers

Apple’s new iPad Pro is yet another exciting development by the technology behemoth. With our iOS developers constantly chomping at the bit to get their hands on each new Apple device, they are excited to strategize updates to cater to the new iPad Pro device composition....
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Lucky Number 11

For years we’ve waited for Internet Explorer to catch up to other web browsers. Features introduced by Microsoft during its most recent version of the platform–Microsoft Edge–show great promise. And the faith Microsoft has in this upgrade is nothing else, if not...
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WWDC 2015 Top Ten New Features

WWDC 2015: Top Ten New Features

WWDC 2015 Top Ten While the 2015 WWDC didn’t have the type of announcements that made general users excited, there was quite a bit that was annouced for developers that is cause for excitement. Throughout WWDC 2015, I was able to learn of Apple’s new features directly...
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Battle for the Net

Help Us Support Net Neutrality

On May 15, 2014, the Federal Communications Commission proposed rules that would create two different and unequal versions of the internet, undermining Net Neutrality. The FCC’s proposal would be a huge boon for the cable companies allowing certain sponsored sites premium access,...
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Critical Vulnerability in Slider Revolution Plugin

Critical Vulnerability in Slider Revolution Responsive WordPress Plugin

If your WordPress site is currently running the Slider Revolution Plugin ver. 4.14 or older, then you should immediately update to the most recent version to secure your website against an exploit vulnerability that was recently discovered. This security vulnerability is not...
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Automattic Acquires BruteProtect

Automattic Acquires BruteProtect

Some great news for everyone who runs WordPress: It was announced today parent company Automattic purchased Parka, the creators of BruteProtect, a WordPress plugin and service that protects WordPress sites “against traditional brute force attacks AND distributed brute force...
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Microsoft Is Ending Support for Old Versions of Internet Explorer

Microsoft is Ending Support for Old Versions of Internet Explorer

I sure didn’t believe it would happen, and I know a lot of people who felt the same way, but Microsoft has officially announced the death of Internet Explorer 10 and all of it’s predecessors. On January 12th, 2016, Microsoft will stop issuing security updates and...
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Technology in the Classroom

How Apps & Technology in the Classroom Help Students Learn

The use of technology in the classroom has become a main topic of conversation among education reform experts, teachers, and parents. One of the many approaches to reformed instruction in the classroom is the use of “differentiated instruction.” This method asserts...
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