We have gathered these real estate snippets derived from the current situation around coronavirus, and turned them into a guide with best practices on how to use and optimise Google Maps.
Standard Chartered partners with Snowdrop Solutions to create interactive digital banking experiences using Google Maps Platform
Standard Chartered partners with Snowdrop Solutions to create interactive digital banking experiences using Google Maps Platform.
The Spanish neobank, Rebellion Pay, adds location intelligence to their app with Google Maps and Snowdrop Solutions’ product, MRS, to improve the user experience and show the transactions clearly.
With this collaboration with Visa, European Banks can now provide customers with intuitive, real-time information about their spending habits, including seeing where on the map a transaction took place.
In Elliot’s previous article “How will we get more without Moore?”, we discussed how Moore’s Law is no longer providing the regular exponential increase of processing power that we’ve grown accustomed to. Mobile devices cycles of power are an option but we must first need to look at the current state of mobile development.
We are living in days of uncertainty due to the advancing spread of Covid 19 around the world. Commercial activities have been totally stopped and the most affected sector is the travel industry. How will airlines, OTAs and more evolve? What to do during this crisis and when it passes? Shaun Hudson shares with us how he is seeing the situation from a travel industry expert’s point of view.
On Tuesday 10th March, Snowdrop Solutions and Google hosted the Locating the Future of Fintech event at Google Offices in King’s Cross, St Pancras, London.
Here’s a brief summary of what was shared during each presentation.
For as long as personal computers have been around, they’ve been doubling in processing power every two years. How much longer will this hold true? And will the demise of Moore’s law mean a dearth of innovation? On the contrary, Elliot Long argues that we may be on the cusp of being able to make use of more computing power than ever before, if we just manage to think outside the (server) box.