Monthly Archives: July 2017

Chinese internet giant Baidu is ramping up its AI efforts

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Chinese internet search giant Baidu tipped its new focus on mobile and artificial intelligence (AI) as

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Wall Street opens higher, Dow rises to record high

(Reuters) – U.S. stock indexes opened higher on Monday, with the Dow hitting a record high, as investors remained optimistic on corporate earnings in the second quarter.

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15 Beautiful Examples of Mobile App Wireframe Sketching

Wireframe sketching forms an integral part of designing any mobile app. It is the first and foremost step for a designer when beginning to map out the user experience and layouts for a mobile app.

As such, these are often very rough and involve a great deal of revisions and erasing. Despite this, designers often still manage to make their wireframes extremely appealing, and they are particularly interesting to view in terms of inspecting how each designer goes about planning the designs in their own unique way.

Furniture App Product Page Sketch

Furniture App Product Page Sketch

Those First Steps

Those First Steps

Wireframing UX

Wireframing UX

UX UI Sketches

#015 Daily UI challenge - UX UI Sketches

Late Night Sketch

Late Night Sketch

Wakey Uppy Phone Sketches

Wakey Uppy Phone Sketches

Freedom Finance App

Freedom Finance App

Preoday Mobile App Wireframes

Preoday - Mobile App Wireframes

Wireframes for App Concept

Wireframes for ridesharing App Concept

Mobile App Wireframing

Wireframing

Mobile App Rough Wires

Mobile App Rough Wires

Motor Claims Initial Sketch

Motor Claims Initial Sketch

Just a sketch

Just a sketch

Navigation flow sketch

Navigation flow sketch

Wireframe Sketches

Wireframe Sketches

How do you like to sketch wireframes? Ruler or no ruler? Color or no color? Text labels or purely visuals? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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This is how the dragons in Game of Thrones are brought to life

It takes a team of 22-3o animators to create Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons on HBO’s Game of Thrones. HBO’s visual effects team works with visual effects studio, Pixomondo, to bring the dragons to life.
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Daimler finance arm expects record year after first-half gains

BERLIN (Reuters) – Daimler’s finance arm said it was heading for another record year after signing nearly one million new leasing and finance contracts between January and June.

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This hilarious madness is what 'Duck Hunt' looks like re-created within 'Halo 5'

What happens when you mash-up the wildly popular first-person shooter “Halo” with Nintendo classic “Duck Hunt”? Something truly bizarre is what happens.

This playable game type in “Halo 5: Guardians” on Xbox One — the latest

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Apple is removing VPN services from China App Store: providers

BEIJING (Reuters) – Apple Inc is removing virtual private network (VPN) services from its app store in China, VPN service providers said on Saturday, accusing the U.S. tech giant of bowing to pressure from Beijing to comply with stringent cyberspace regulations.

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Beyond flattery: Why imitation could be humanity's most distinctive feature

Forget ‘monkey see, monkey do.’ ‘Human see, human do’ might be more accurate. But what does our incredible ability to imitate do for us?

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Tesla is ticking higher ahead of the big Model 3 launch (TSLA)

Tesla shares are higher and little changed in early trading on Friday ahead of the handover event of the first Model 3 sedans.
Tesla is trading up 0.50% to $336.34 at 9:39 a.m. ET.
The $35,000 vehicle is Tesla’s first

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Starbucks shares tumble on fears of slowing U.S. growth

(Reuters) – Starbucks Corp’s shares fell more than 7 percent on Friday as its membership growth slowed in the United States, triggering concerns over the U.S. coffee chain’s ability to meet long-term growth targets.

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