Here are the list of best hardware, software, development tools, and cloud services of the year 2015, picked by InfoWorld
- Apple iPhone 6 – Smartphones running iOS developed by Apple Inc.
- Apple Handoff – Transfer your activities between iPhone, iPad, and Mac
- Microsoft Office for iOS – Office for Mobile Devices
- Dell XPS 15 Touch – XPS 15 Laptop
Super Cookie is a type of browser cookie which is inserted automatically into every HTTP request by the wireless carrier.
This tracker, included in your HTTP header is called Unique Identifier Header (UIDH). Information included in the UIDH request includes your device type, your browsing history and other details. Basically UIDH will help the wireless provider to track your activity and display ads based on your browsing.
Outlook is an email app for iOS and Android which supports Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com, Google Apps, iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo Mail and other major email services. The Outlook app is free.
You can effectively manage your work and personal email on your tablet or smartphone using this app. Microsoft Outlook app is a rebrand of popular Acompli email app.
Microsoft’s virtual relativity headset is called HoloLens. It overlays digital imagery on the world around you, a new way to visualize and move through information using holographic computing platform powered by Microsoft Windows 10.
It’s free from a tether, it is able to run without wires, phones, or connection to a PC.
What is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin is a form of virtual currency, used for electronic purchases and transfer. Bitcoins are a modern equivalent of cash. Bitcoin are not physically printed, it is an electronic currency and its transactions are made with no central authority.
Why Use Bitcoin?
Bitcoin has several important features,
- Bitcoins can be used to purchase anything you want (online or at merchant locations)
Cyber security is the set of security standards designed to protect computer networks and data from unauthorized access or cyber attack. Cyber attacks are a serious threat to business and government, both for the data and business continuity.
Some of the major cyber threats are
- Cyber terrorism
- Cyber warfare
- Cyber espionage