mabl explains the era of intelligent testing and why we need new QA toolsets
Starting just two weeks before the upcoming GDPR, Apple has been removing iOS apps that don't comply with its location privacy standards
According to forecasts, throughout the years more consumers will use apps on their smartphones to make financial transactions, instead of computers or going to the bank
To research and report on the benefits and risks of the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), the Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) has been awarded US$417,941 in government funding
Russia blocks Google and Gmail services after Watchdog accuses the American search giant of assisting people to use the banned chat service, Telegram
According to Can Huzmeli, GDPR Delivery Manager at ICAN Consultancy, GDPR will not stop, nor is dangerous, for neither machine learning nor deep learning
Imperial College London pioneers a new technology which has the ability to detect early signs of small vessel disease (SVD) which can lead to strokes and dementia
The May issue of TEST Magazine primarily focuses on smart cities and devices, because of technology having the power to make cities around the world more efficient and tech-savvy
Dmitry Tishchenko, Process Manager at A1QA, reviews the QA cornerstones that stayed with us in the year 2016 and are likely to remain popular...
Test automation is not an easy undertaking. It is quite challenging for many vendors and should be precisely tailored to the demands of every customer.