How low-code programming can help your organization create apps quickly and easily

Low-code techniques can help simplify and speed up application delivery timeframes. Learn how this new way of programming has helped two companies make better apps.

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As a system administrator I’ve often been impressed—yet a bit intimidated—by the breadth and depth of complexity surrounding traditional programming. Among the developers I have worked with for years it is very much a life-embedded culture of details.

SEE: Top 5 programming languages for systems admins to learn (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

Now the programming culture is expanding to the masses via a concept called low-code programming, which seeks to facilitate

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Pixel 5 review: Google’s newest phone hasn’t pulled ahead of its rivals

Google’s jumping on the 5G train with the $499 Pixel 4A 5G (£499, AU$799) and $699 Pixel 5 (£599 and AU$999). The phones run the latest Android 11 OS, have a second ultrawide camera and bigger batteries than any previous Pixel phone. But as the marquee device, the Pixel 5 is equipped with a few more features. These goodies include a 90Hz display, 2GB more RAM, a bigger battery and a water-resistant, aluminum body. It also has wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. (For more on the differences, check out CNET’s video, Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G spec comparison

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iPhone 12 vs. Pixel 5: Apple and Google’s 5G flagships compared

Google and Apple are the two latest phone-makers to release a 5G phone: the long-awaited iPhone 12 (available to buy now) and the Pixel 5, which Google unveiled alongside the Pixel 4A 5G, and are on sale now as well. The two biggest differences between the iPhone 12 and Pixel 5 are the price and the operating system.

Pricewise, this isn’t a very fair fight. While the $699 Pixel 5 (£599, AU$999) is Google’s current flagship, it lacks many of the premium features we’ve come to expect from brands like Samsung and Apple. (Here’s how

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Vu Masterpiece TV With 85-Inch 4K HDR QLED Panel Launched in India, Priced at Rs. 3,50,000

Vu Masterpiece TV, the latest flagship television from the Indian company, has been launched at Rs. 3,50,000. The television is available in a single 85-inch size option, and has a 4K HDR QLED screen, with support for the Dolby Vision HDR standard and a 50W built-in soundbar. Interestingly, the television also features a built-in Windows 10 PC, with support for video conferencing through an included camera. The Android TV 9 Pie-powered smart television is available to buy across retail stores in India.

Vu Masterpiece TV specifications and features

The company’s flagship television, the Vu Masterpiece TV is among the most

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How to type on your screen with Windows 10

There is a built-in on-screen keyboard available in Windows 10, and you can access it with just a simple shortcut key combination.

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Most of us interact with our Microsoft Windows 10 personal computer using a mouse and keyboard. On PCs with touch displays, the most efficient way to interact with your device is often with your fingers or a stylus. However, there are more, less obvious, ways to interact with your computer.

In a previous article, we discussed the potential benefits of activating the virtual input devices built into Windows 10. But there is actually a more

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Samsung’s rumored Galaxy S21 may not include charger or headphones

A render of the Galaxy S21.


Samsung’s social media recently mocked Apple’s decision to not include a charger or earphones in the box with the recent iPhone 12. Now reports indicate the electronics giant may follow suit with its next flagship lineup in 2021. 

Tech site SamMobile on Tuesday detailed rumors that Samsung may cut the charger and corded earphones from the package for the next Galaxy product — which could either be called the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30. There’s also a chance Samsung removes the earphones from the box and ships the rumored phone with

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