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Apple faces new anniversary plans

Apple has been talking about replacing its fingerprint sensor on the next iPhone 8 with face recognition to celebrate its tenth anniversary, according to...

TEST Magazine recognises DVT as a leading testing provider

DVT has been recognised by TEST Magazine as one of the 20 leading suppliers of testing solutions of 2017 in the UK and European markets

Google Chrome introduces advert blocker

Google is designing a built-in ad blocker next year for its Chrome browser

Appian named leader in low-code development platforms for AD&D

Appian has been named a leader by Forrester Research in the independent analyst firm's 'The Forrester Wave: Low-Code Development Platforms For AD&D Pros, Q4 2017' report

The September issue of TEST Magazine is now online

The September 2017 issue of TEST Magazine focuses on its top 20 leading providers and reveals how digital transformation investing into high-profile projects can prove beneficial to a company’s brand by increasing confidence in digital transformation
LogiGear reveal new test automation

LogiGear announce free test automation platform

 Software testing service LogiGear has revealed its new TestArchitect Team designed to meet the software testing needs of small teams. The TestArchitect Team is a...

The July 2017 issue of TEST Magazine is now available to read online

The July 2017 issue of TEST Magazine reveals how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere: from technological working, business and financial analytics to fictional narratives. Questions about its use can be...

Atos data encryption solution ‘prevents’ cyber attacks

Atos, announces its Trustway Data Protection Suite, a new data encryption, which protects sensitive data and manages data security to help prevent cyber attacks

QATestLab: How to make an e-commerce solution sell

QATestLab develops its business, according to fast-changing requirements of customers and end-users

Guarantee safety and performance by testing the Ethernet network system in the car with...

The automotive industry has turned to Ethernet, the same high-speed networking technology which connects PCs and workstations to servers in millions of offices around the world