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  • At WWDC 2016, Molotov.tv partners with Apple!

    Molotov, the new OTT television distribution platform created by French media veterans JeanDavid Blanc, Pierre Lescure and Jean-Marc Denoual, announced today that the new service will publicly launch this summer on July 11, 2016. JeanDavid Blanc commented : « After months of hard work, user tests and...

  • PaaS (Platform as a service)

    Another step in the cloud Heroku, Amazon Web Services, Google App Engine, Windows Azure,… Those are names you may have heard of. They are providers of PaaS, or Platform as a Service. But what is it? PaaS is externalisation of a part of a platform. It is between IaaS, where you rent hardware and install...

  • Towards continuous deployment?

    From continuous integration… Today, use of an integration server is more and more common in companies to follow software development. Its task is to check code compiling, unit tests execution, packaging, deployment and test execution in controlled and standardized integration environment. It provides...

  • Weekly Tech Picks 24th-31st March 2014

    Here are our top picks from the world of tech last week. Lots of interesting releases but our favourite was a little ‘out-there’ this week – the magic transparent iphone. Read our other picks here: – Transparent iphones is the new patent filed by Apple. It plans to project...

  • Marc Saltzman – CES ’14 Coverage Part One

    Tech journo and expert Marc Saltzman saw the sights and scenes at this year’s CES and gave us his views on the best products on show at the electronics event. What piece of tech impressed you the most at this year’s CES and why? Automotive tech, wearable tech and 4K TV’s were the big spectacles...

  • Eric Pilkington – The Future of Digital Health

    As we move into a digital ‘super-world’, technology is now being used to improve our everyday health, with wearable tech leading this movement. We spoke to EVP of Digital Strategy at McCann Health, Eric Pilkington, about what’s to come for health and tech. With the rise in activity trackers and...