Category Archives: iOS

LiquidSky Revealed at CES 2017

LiquidSky at CES 2017

During CES 2017, LiquidSky officially announced their service which will bring PC Gaming to any device. LiquidSky’s SkyComputer delivers the power of an ultra gaming PC with the convenience of console and mobile gaming to any device. Gamers across the world can connect to any of LiquidSky’s 13 data centers and play any game at ultra quality settings on a Mac, Android, Linux, or Windows device.

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Pokémon Go – It Caught Us All

I’m exaggerating here, but not much apparently, because Pokémon Go, based on a little-known video game series (kidding),  was the most downloaded iPhone app worldwide in 2016.

Despite early days of frequent crashes and server outages, not to mention the whole tracking feature disaster, the game was a monster (pun intended) hit from day 1. Remember the Vaporeon stampede?

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Ready to sweat for RhinoCo Fitness

RhinoCo logoWe are excited to announce that Boyle Software has started working with RhinoCo Fitness on exciting new projects.

RhinoCo Fitness was founded in 2007 with the goal of making fitness more accessible by using connected technology to deliver essential tools, supplements, and training programs to people across the world. In 2010 RhinoCo partnered with Reebok to open the first Reebok Crossfit Gym, which quickly became the highest-grossing retail store for Reebok and a world-renowned fitness center for RhinoCo.

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Boyle Software is growing!

Our company is constantly growing. PHP logoJust recently a few developers joined our team in New York and Ukraine and we are looking for more!

If you are an experienced PHP developer,  a .NET engineer, or an iOS/Android apps specialist and looking for a job where you can utilize your knowledge and learn new technologies, please send us your resume: jobs@boylesoftware.com. Our latest coding needs are always posted on our site.

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Apple keeping the backdoor locked

Apple showing spies the doorIf you have not yet read Tim Cook’s open letter to Apple customers with regards to the US Government’s request that the company build a “backdoor” into their iOS operating system, you really must. Cook does a great job of explaining why – even in the light of the horrible mass-shooting late last year in San Bernadino – this would be a very dangerous precedent to set.

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AMP has arrived!

Google's AMP project websiteThe announcement hit our inbox this morning: Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project – aka AMP – is officially out now. Previewed last October, AMP is an open source project for content creators who can now “create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere.” Crucial stuff now as the Web’s primary viewership moves over to mobile devices!

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