When Form Can’t Keep Up With Function

I recently downloaded Crocodile Browser on my phone and after visiting a couple of web pages it was plain to see that it was the quickest browser I’ve ever used on  a mobile device. And the coolest thing is the browser didn’t sacrifice website functionality to achieve it’s goal, something employed by Opera on it’s…

Data Mart vs Data Warehouse (segment of an assignment I had to write)

The following is an extract from an assignment I had to do differentiating a data mart from a data warehouse. Feel free to add on or correct the discussion. A company, lets say Alphabet, may be running a platform with different operations in different applications which produce different information. Each application would store it’s own…

The Ultimate Artificially Intelligent Computer and The Dangers it Poses towards humanity

Artificial Intelligence, AI, has played a prime base in a couple of very entertaining movies over the years. From the time traveling Terminator of John Connors society, to the Johnny Deep lead Transcendence, and marvel comics Avengers: Age of Ultron. Movie makers are having fun with this infant field of computational science. The recurring theme in…

My first experince with the Whatsapp Web application

Whatsapp, the very mobile application which could rightfully use cliche slogans like “connecting people” but chooses not to, is really maintaining a strong grip on all it’s users. Whether it’s supporting Android devices all the way back to Android 2.1 (API 7, for android developers) or adding the VOIP feature, which no-airtime-having users who live…

WhatsApp End to End Encryption

Open Whisper Systems is working in partnership with WhatsApp to implement end to end encryption within the instant messaging app. Which means that messages cannot be intercepted while it is being transferred through all the hops and connections that make the inter-web work. Read more here. This plus the fact that WhatsApp keeps no record…