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Last week I spoke at the LaDev in Ann Arbor on what it takes to go out on your own as a freelancing software developer and entrepreneur.Read more about Freelancing – How to Prepare and Get Started
Of everything announced at Apple’s September Event, the new Apple Watch Series 4 took the biggest leap forward in Apple’s product lineup. With a truckload of new health functionality and bigger screens, is now the time to bring a watch app to market?Read more about What Does The New Apple Watch Mean 4 Your Business?
In this episode, Leo and Theresa talk about the new Apple Watch Series 4. How useful are the new health features? What complications will be useful on the new display? How should apps be updated on the new watch? What kind of industries should think about having an app on the watch? What’s the future of other smart watches?Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – Apple Watch Series 4
In this episode, Leo and Theresa talk about the new iPhones for 2018: the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr. Whether it’s worth getting the Xs? Is the Xs Max too big or just right? How does the Xr fit in the market? How can developers utilize these new phones? What updates should Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – iPhone Xs vs Xs Max vs iPhone Xr[…]
Last week, Apple revealed more updates to its iPhone which specially target Neural Networks and Machine Learning as well as updates to ARKit. As more companies invest in Machine Learning we decided to talk with Kevin Scott who talks about Machine Learning on his website: thekevinscott.com.Read more about Machine Learning Business Applications with Kevin Scott
On the latest episode of EmpowerApps.Show we talk about the rumors this year of new Mac Minis and a budget MacBook (i.e. MacBook Air replacement). What do people use Mac Minis for? What could be the reasoning behind Apple making new models? What is the use case for a new budget MacBook? How will new Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – Low-Cost Macs – MacBook Air & Mac Mini[…]
Every year, developers and consumers alike eagerly await the Apple September event. Why are they feeling so much anticipation for September 12th?
At this event, Apple typically announces and unveils the latest iPhone and other devices. And beforehand, everyone loves to guess what will happen. What are the best guesses and leaks?Read more about Apple September Event – iPhone and Apple Watch
We have a new episode of empowerapps.show today on what is expected from the September 12th event. In this episode, Leo and Theresa discuss what the Apple September event might be about based on the current rumors. Why are people so interested in larger phones? Is this the first Apple event with no new Home Read more about EmpowerApps.Show – September 12th Apple Event[…]
Lansing Marketing Hackers was a great success last year, both in attendance and speakers. We are looking forward to another great year for 2018-2019. We have lined up Jesse Flores from Super Web Pros speaking in December and on October 10th, Tim Haines founder and project manager of Symposia Labs in Holland will be speaking at our first Lansing Marketing Hackers event for the 2018-2019 session.
We got a chance to ask Tim a few questions on how he got started and what he thinks are important for people to understand about online marketing and advertising.Read more about Interview with Tim Haines – October Lansing Marketing Hackers
Apple just announced the upcoming macOS update called Mojave for developers (version 10.14). The final release date will probably be some time in September or October and it’s already creating buzz in the tech world. Here are 5 ways this could affect those with macOS apps already out there: