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LinkedIn open sources its iOS testing tool

LinkedIn has open-sourced its in-house developed iOS testing software. The Bluepill code, which is written in Objective-C, is now available on GitHub under a BSD-2 Clause...
Summit Report Mobile

European mobile testing trends identified

Soon to be published, The European Software Testing Summit Report, contains findings derived from four years’ worth of project-based entries into The European Software Testing Awards, written...
TEST Magazine November

The November 2016 TEST Magazine is now available to read online

The November issue kicks off with interviews on ‘innovations in software testing’ with senior testing/QA managers, and Ajit Dhaliwal, Director, Head of Delivery, Release...
backend

High-Tech Bridge CEO explains the importance of mobile backend security testing

According to High-Tech Bridge's CEO, Ilia Kolochenko, many companies still believe that mobile application security is limited to the application, completely forgetting about the backend of a system
test automation satellite

New test automation platform for Space Systems Finland

Space Systems Finland Oy (SSF) develops software and systems design solutions for customers in aerospace, defense, medical devices, machinery, and nuclear industries. The company’s...

A look towards the UK’s Telecoms in 2017 – Part 1

Dave Millett, Equinox, takes an in-depth look at what lies ahead for the UK’s Telecoms sector in two parts. Part 2 will be live...
demand

Chip sales soar for Samsung

Samsung’s chip demand is "soaring", making a record profit of US$109million a day

Starbucks set to open cashier free store

Starbucks is opening a dedicated order online only Starbucks at its headquarters in Seattle, Washington. Due to the popularity of its app, whereby customers can pre-order...

Satisfying end users

Owning and operating networks in 26 countries, Vodafone Group lives up to its classification as a multinational telecommunications company. Among mobile operator groups globally,...
broadband

UK citizens to legally demand faster broadband by 2020

The government has announced that by 2020, UK citizens will have the legal right to demand faster broadband of at least 10 Mbsps

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