With each passing day, a new update or trend is released. To make sure you always stay up to date on current technology trends, our experts analyze new trends and share valuable insights to help you stay tuned with the changing industry.

Remote (Work From Home) Survey 2021: 82% US-based Companies Offer Permanent WFH

Trending March 12, 2021
Last Updated June 06, 2022

Remote working is no longer a luxury but the need of the art as far as workplaces are concerned. Many big organizations have taken the decision to allow remote working as a permanent mode of working. The question is, where do the employer as well as the employee go from here on? Let's find out that with our detailed survey on remote working that has amazing insights.

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Exploring Multifaceted Growth of Energy Tech in Houston

Trending October 23, 2020
Last Updated June 07, 2022

Houston, best known for its oil and gas industry, has recently observed a growth in energy tech. It’s become a breeding ground for many tech startups working to rediscover the energy industry with technology. The number of R&D centers in Houston is near to a score, where overall corporate research centers are double that number. 

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Tech Stack of 5 Popular Billion Dollar Companies

Trending July 24, 2020
Last Updated June 12, 2022
Tech Stack

We live in a time of constant disruptive innovations. Today, there must be a startup somewhere in the world working constantly to solve an underlying problem in the market. Innovation and technology are the core that helps companies solve actual problems. For example, companies like Netflix, Amazon, Uber, and Airbnb served the users with a ...

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Top Technology Trends for 2020 in Numbers [Infographic]

Trending January 27, 2020
Last Updated June 09, 2022
Technology trends for 2020

When the world moved on from landline telephones to cellphones, Nokia was at the forefront of this revolution. Who doesn’t remember the popular game ‘Snake’ or their vibrating ringtones? However, this industry Goliath pressed something of a self-destruct button when it refused to adopt the then-emerging touchscreen technology.

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