Grid Dynamics and Evinced Enter Into Long-Term Strategic Partnership to Drive Accessibility in Mobile App Development

SAN RAMON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Grid Dynamics Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:GDYN) (Grid Dynamics), a leader in enterprise-level digital transformation services and solutions, and Evinced, the leading accessibility software company specializing in providing automation to enterprise developers, have entered into a strategic partnership to accelerate the implementation of accessibility in the mobile app development phase.

According Ranks Biz4Solutions Among the Top 10 Mobile App Development Companies in Texas

Frisco, TX, September 24, 2021 –(– Designrush, a renowned online platform that conducts extensive research to identify the best available software agencies across the globe, has recently published a list of the top mobile app development companies in the Texas region. And, the distinguished mobile app development company, Biz4Solutions, has been ranked among the top

Pentagon looks to cement career paths for software acquisition experts

The Pentagon’s latest warfighting concepts largely rest on acquiring and integrating new technologies into the military services, especially software-driven capabilities like artificial intelligence and machine learning, but officials say those efforts could struggle without an equally tech savvy acquisition workforce.

For the past year, the Defense Department has been piloting “career planning for digital acquisition,”

Alphabet’s wager on Freshworks is up $900 million after IPO

Freshworks CEO Girish Mathrubootham at the Nasdaq


Alphabet’s CapitalG investment arm is generating hefty returns from a big bet on cloud software developer Freshworks.

After Freshworks shares jumped 32% in their Nasdaq debut on Wednesday, CapitalG’s stake is worth $987 million. The group, which makes later-stage investments off Alphabet’s balance sheet, put in a

We Need Software Updates Forever

The ability to make decisions autonomously is not just what makes robots useful, it’s what makes robots
robots. We value robots for their ability to sense what’s going on around them, make decisions based on that information, and then take useful actions without our input. In the past, robotic decision making followed highly structured

What Police Can Do With Social Media Spy Tool ShadowDragon

A Michigan State Police contract, obtained by The Intercept, sheds new light on the growing use of little-known surveillance software that helps law enforcement agencies and corporations watch people’s social media and other website activity.

The software, put out by a Wyoming company called ShadowDragon, allows police to suck in data from social media

Cisco Releases Patches 3 New Critical Flaws Affecting IOS XE Software

IOS XE Software

Networking equipment maker Cisco Systems has rolled out patches to address three critical security vulnerabilities in its IOS XE network operating system that remote attackers could potentially abuse to execute arbitrary code with administrative privileges and trigger a denial-of-service (DoS) condition on vulnerable devices.

The list of three flaws is as follows –

Meet new Microsoft Surface Laptop, Surface Duo 2, and family

Microsoft’s new Surface family delivers a surfeit of choice

New and updated Microsoft Surface devices include the Surface Laptop Studio and the Surface Duo 2 folding phone – here’s your chance to meet the family

The Microsoft Surface team has been busy. This week saw the launch of seven new and updated devices in the company’s

Microsoft amps up hardware push with 5G phone, pro laptop

Microsoft introduced an end-to-end revamp of its Surface devices, including an update to its popular two-in-one laptop models, part of a push to be a bigger force in computer hardware.

The new lineup, unveiled at an event Wednesday, refreshes three of its hybrid laptop-tablet devices, adds 5G to its Surface Duo phone and launches a