Puerto Rico has been in the news for all the wrong reasons recently. From the mayor being arrested on fraud charges, to the the effects of hurricane Maria and the local government being forced to seek a federal bailout for $123 billion in debts. After such a terrible year, many would expect the overall mood on the island to be sombre. But as soon as you set foot outside San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, you’re met with bright colors, wide smiles, and vibrant energy which characterize the “Island of Enchantment” and its friendly, optimistic people. From the taxi driver… This story continues at The Next Web
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 17): The inaugural Cities 4.0 & Business 4.0 International Conference and Exhibition will gather the public and private sectors from Malaysia and across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region to discuss practical framework and strategies to elevate the smart city concept and digital adoption in the region.
Firebase, the app development platform acquired by Google in 2014, today saw a major update. In addition to several platform-wide enhancements, the company is introducing an in-app messaging services, as well as several major integrations for the popular crash reporting tool, Crashlyics. First, let’s talk about the launch of Firebase In-App Messaging, as it’s arguably the one that’ll have developers champing at the bit. Firebase In-App Messaging lets developers send targeted and contextual messages to users, in order to guide them through the application. These messages can be tracked through Firebase’s built-in analytics tool, allowing for data-driven enhancements to copy… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google