We’ve finally said our goodbyes to 2019 and welcomed 2020 as the next challenge for all tech enthusiasts.
Although all of us were pretty disappointed on how the Game of Thrones ended we need to still appreciate the journey that this sensational novel took us on and how important the visual representation of the characters was to emphasize on their nature and tendencies.
The minimum wage topic has been one of the most fiercely discussed economic policies all over the world. However, the discussions in the United States seem to be a lot more vocal, including things such as protests, social media posts, every-day activism and various other methods of helping spread the word.
Remember the days when you would purchase a video game, be it single-player or multiplayer and you would get the whole game? I do too, but they seem like days long gone and never to return in the future.
The Twitter sentiment analysis tool has been around ever since APIs first started to appear on large social platforms. Developers have been using a very complicated type of code in order to identify people’s reactions towards a specific product or company.
Europe might be successful in a variety of fields and practices but the one thing that Europe hasn’t been able to tap into has been the startups. It was largely accepted that Silicon Valley in the US was where all the innovations happened. But that hasn’t been the case for the last couple of years. The novelty nowadays can come from any other part of the world and investors are actively working to find unique ideas and fund their development.