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Sriwijaya revamps its mobile apps, adds more features to lure millennials – The Jakarta Post – Jakarta Post

The Sriwijaya Air Group announced on Monday it had relaunched and revamped its mobile application platform — Sriwijaya Air Mobile — with a brand new look and more features to attract more millennial customers. “Millennial customers are the strongest reason why we revamped our mobile apps. We know that they cannot be separated from their smartphones and in Indonesia there ... Read More »

Applying ADA Regulations to Retail Websites and Mobile Apps – The National Law Review

Monday, July 15, 2019 As courts determine the applicability of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the digital landscape, litigation involving the accessibility of online services is continuing to evolve. Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that Domino’s Pizza must comply with the ADA to make online services—namely, their website and mobile application—fully accessible ... Read More »

Facebook open-sources Hermes JavaScript engine to improve React Native Android app performance – VentureBeat

Facebook is continuing its open-sourcing spree with the launch of a new JavaScript engine designed to improve the performance of big apps on Android devices, the company announced today at the Chain React conference in Portland, Oregon. Mobile apps are getting increasingly larger, which can pose problems — particularly for devices with limited storage or processing power. This is one ... Read More »

Twitter mobile app and website suffers hour-long worldwide outage – New Zealand Herald

Social media giant Twitter suffered an hour-long worldwide outage this morning, with users unable to access the platform on both the website and mobile. According to website DownDetector.com, Twitter began experiencing issues around 6.46am. The highest user-reported incidents were from Western Europe and the US. Twitter’s service appeared to be restored about an hour later, at around 7.45am. Advertisement In ... Read More »