The Colossal Flaw Of The Traditional Onboarding System And The Ideal Solution

Scouting the best individuals for your company every year is one of the most vital aspects of any business organization. After all, you are investing in someone who can make or contribute significantly to the productivity of your company. However, the implementation of the wrong onboarding technique can produce the precise contradictory result. Unless your business organization has no problem paying the employees to sit around and scroll through their Facebook profile, you should treat the Onboarding process with the utmost priority. Read More

Pros and Cons of Physical Graphical Calculators vs. Smartphone Graphical Calculators

Graphing calculators are more advanced, enabling the plotting of mathematical graphs and solving simultaneous equations involving variables. Most graphing calculators are well programmable, allowing one to input their custom programs for scientific and engineering computations. They are calculators with larger display screens as opposed to 4 operation calculators. Read More

Gamers Can Now Connect On ‘Steam Chat App’ For iOS And Android

Valve has released a new App for gamers to discuss and communicate about any game related stuff called the Steam Chat App. The app is now available on both iOS and Android. The App will have the chat features similar to what’s offered on the desktop version of Steam. However, users will not be able to do voice calls at the moment but they can make use of texting in the App. Read More

Apple’s Fastest 8 Core MacBook Pro Has Been Launched

Apple has quietly updated its MacBook Pro laptops and they now come with double the performance and speed compared to the current line up. The new MacBook Pro model runs on a 8-core Intel 8th/9th generation processor. This means that that applications will run twice as faster and this is also a first for Apple to include include 8 cores in a MacBook Pro. Read More

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Adobe’s Premiere Rush App For Video Editing Comes To Android

Adobe is well known for its photo and video editing applications like Photoshop, Illustrator Premiere, Lightroom. These apps are best suited for a desktop PC but the company is now making them available for smartphone users too. Today, Adobe is offering its Premiere Rush App for Android users, aimed at helping Youtubers for capturing crisp videos and later editing them with all the incredible tools and customisations. Read More

TikTok Makers Are Coming Up With A Free Music Streaming App

ByteDance, the Chinese company behind the popular App TikTok is planning to build a music streaming App which will support free and paid subscription models. The venture into the music space will be highly challenging considering the established players like Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora among others. Still, the users of TikTok will surely be waiting for the launch and get their hands on this music service. Read More

Google’s New Augmented Reality Glasses Promises To Be More Helpful

Google’s plan with the Google glasses back in 2013 did not end very well as this device was eventually scrapped in a few years. Maybe the consumers didn’t like it or maybe it was too early for an AR glass in the market. Now, the company is now back again with a new version of AR glasses which is priced around $999. However, the device will not be available directly to the consumers since the company will be marketing it only to the corporate users. Read More

Xiaomi Has Launched Redmi Note 7S With 48 MP Camera

After teasing about the smartphone recently, Xiaomi has finally launched the Redmi Note 7s in India. Everyone knows that Redmi Series has been very successful for the company who have been relying on it to build their customer base in this country. The Redmi Note 7S packs a 48 MP camera and it would be the talking point among many consumers who are always on the lookout for the best features in a smartphone Read More