iBeta Blog

Wearable Tech: Handling QA Challenges

Wearable devices are the latest technology to catch fire amongst tech lovers. From Apple Watch to Google Glass, wearable tech is becoming more and more mainstream. Yet, these devices are also raising concerns amongst developers and QA testers – fears ranging from...

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Outsourced QA Best Practices

Outsourcing quality assurance needs can be beneficial both from the standpoint of saving money and ensuring that projects are completed on-time if internal resources are limited or strained. Yet, sometimes outsourced QA can create perceived or real conflicts with...

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SXSW 2015

SXSW 2015 was once again amazing!  Everything from the exhibitor floor to the speaking events was top-notch.  This event brings together firms in the fields of Music, Film, and Interactive. Since iBeta has worked with over 80 Digital Marketing, Interactive and...

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Emulators vs. Physical Devices: Which is Better?

Mobile is no longer a secondary market that simply needs to be accommodated. In many ways, it has vastly surpassed the days of mainly using desktops and laptops. The sheer number of devices and configurations that mobile apps and websites need to run can be a...

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50 Shades of QA

Quality assurance in general - and software testing specifically - can come in many ways, shapes or forms.  Several QA-firms have been offering a rigid and very pre-defined QA solution to its clients, but more and more consumers are saying ‘No’ to this...

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Why Cryptosystems Fail

Cryptographic systems can be vulnerable to outside attacks beyond the well-known brute-force attacks. Cryptographic main weaknesses come in two forms: weaknesses within the algorithm itself and weaknesses with how they are implemented. The latter weaknesses are known...

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What is Biometrics Testing?

Access control has gone beyond simply typing in a password. Now, people can use intrinsically unique ways (i.e. fingerprints or irises) to access nearly any device or building. This is known as biometrics. The term biometrics is actually derived from a Greek word that...

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