5 Most Popular React Native Apps of 2019

React Native is a JavaScript framework, designed for building genuine native apps on mobile operating systems like iOS, Android and most recently even Windows. It’s a framework based on JavaScript libraries created by Facebook known as ReactJS, and thus brings its power from websites to native mobile app development.   A great amount of debate […]

Facebook Removes 2B Fake Accounts According To Report

At the F8 Developer Conference, Facebook stated that they want to become more transparent and privacy-oriented. As a result, a few weeks later the social media giant published the third edition of their Community Standards Enforcement report.   Key figures from the report Facebook’s Community Standards report is the latest attempt of the social media […]

The Epic Tale of MySpace’s Technical Failure

Remember MySpace? Yeah, that MySpace, the social network that blew up and got replaced by Facebook. Today we take a dive into MySpace’s Technical Failure. Or as Sean Parker, the first President of Facebook, so eloquently put it during a keynote:     You might ask, what was this epic fail and gross incompetence that people […]

Two Approaches to VR, Oculus Quest & Nintendo Labo VR

Virtual and augmented technologies have been making a lot of news recently, with all sorts of interesting developments. However this week we are going to compare two specific products, the Oculus Quest and Nintendo Labo VR. The Oculus Quest is more focused on the traditional immersive idea of VR while Nintendo Labo VR takes a […]

Facebook Privacy, Ads and Cryptocurrency

In case you missed it, the annual Facebook F8 Developer Conference took place last week, During this eventful presentation, we learned of the tech giant’s ambition to become a more privacy-oriented platform. The social media giant announced new features that aim to achieve this objective, one of which is introducing its own cryptocurrency.   “I […]

Is Facebook Messenger Being Removed?

Facebook is the focus of today’s discussion since it might be bringing its old strategy back! From 2011, Facebook had started encouraging all their users to use the standalone Messenger app. The app was meant to replace the built-in feature in the social network itself and indeed it did replace it. In 2014, the messaging feature […]

Oculus Is One Step Closer to Creating Lifelike Avatars

From ironic usernames to emojis to avatars. The making of a virtual replica of yourself has always been a bit of a joke. But Oculus, the company acquired by Facebook back in 2014, has worked hard on making your virtual identity realistic. As a result, they experienced a range of transformations and pushed an update for […]

Everything You Need to Know About Building a Mobile Application

As more people choose mobile devices over desktop format in recent years, many companies consider creating an app or a mobile web application. It sounds simple and many people would like to build a successful mobile application. It seems possible to get some extra play money by building an app too as it is forecasted […]

Combining Artificial Intelligence and Open Source Software

As we’ve seen in our past articles, both artificial intelligence and open source software are two big trends that will radically change how we build things today. To spice things up a bit, we at Wiredelta® thought that it would be cool to combine both in one power punch! Actually, we’re not the first to […]

Open Source Software is Taking Over

Open source software (OSS) is something we don’t really hear about in our everyday life. Nevertheless, we use it every single day. Just a couple of examples of open source software you probably use at least once a day are Firefox, WordPress, Wikipedia, and the Linux kernel which is present in an enormous number of […]