Apple’s new Swift programming language taking off with American Airlines, Getty Images, LinkedIn, and Duolingo

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Interest in Apple’s new Swift programming language is rapidly accelerating, with iOS and OS X developers from American Airlines, Getty Images, LinkedIn and Duolingo reporting favorable impressions.

NOTE: For those wanting to enter the fast moving world of mobile technology, starting April 6th, DaVinci Coders will be teaching a mobile apps course using Apple’s new Swift programming language.

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Foxconn wants to use robots to lower cost of smartphones

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Foxconn, one of the largest private employers in the world with 1.3 million workers, makes many of the smartphones and tablets used today, including Apple iPhones and iPads, and some android smartphones.  The CEO of Foxconn has indicated that he wants to reduce the workforce by using robots.  Continue reading… “Foxconn wants to use robots to lower cost of smartphones”

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Apple’s new Swift language growing faster than expected

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Apple’s new programming language, Swift, that was unexpectedly introduced at WWDC 2014, hasn’t taken long for it become popular among the developer community.

NOTE: For those wanting to enter the fast moving world of mobile technology, starting April 6th, DaVinci Coders will be teaching a mobile apps course using Apple’s new Swift programming language.

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Which Smart Home Device will be Under your Tree this Year?

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Apple’s splash into home automation with addition of HomeKit to iOS 8 is expected to have a huge impact on sales of smart home devices in 2015 according to a Park Associates report that found 37% of U.S. Households plan to purchase one or more devices next year.

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‘Hearables’ – the next big thing in wearable tech

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Hearables are making strides in wearable tech.

CES predicts the wearables fitness market will eclipse $1 billion this year. Independent research also suggests that 55 percent of Americans plan to use a wearable device in the coming year. However, most of the attention to-date has been on the wrist, with a barrage of new devices from wrist-worn trackers to sensorized smart “cuffs.” Meanwhile, a new category of wearables – “hearables” – is makings strides, leveraging a mainstream consumer accessory: the ear bud.

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