David Bolton

ARC Writer

Dave Bolton is a writer for Applause. Dave is a journalist and blogger who moved to Massachusetts from London in 2009. He has written local news for AOL, video gaming for Bostinno and was a Senior Tech Writer at Boston-based Brafton Media. His published work has focused on the digital world, with regular detours into political science and sports.


UX Corner

How Apps And Websites Can Make Sure They Comply With Accessibility Guidelines

Web and mobile accessibility guidelines may be on the back burner for the U.S. government, but companies should act now to ensure compliance.

Digital Trends

Amazon Dash Buttons Represent The Height Of Seamless Shopping

Amazon now has virtual dash buttons to make millions of products a one-press purchase.

QA Lounge

$1.1 Trillion In Assets Were Impacted By Software Failures In 2016

Companies that don't undertake rigorous software testing before launch only have themselves to blame when it fails.

Digital Trends

2017 Will Be A Year Of Continual Challenges For Virtual Reality

The star of the show at CES 2016, virtual reality needs to find its killer app fast.

Digital Trends

Even With Slowing Growth, Time Spent In Apps Increased 69% In 2016

The apps economy continues to grow but mobile app usage is slowing down.

Digital Trends

Finally, There Are No More Android 2.2 Froyo Devices In The Wild

Marshmallow increases its share of Android distribution as Froyo succumbs to the inevitable.

Digital Trends

Amazon's Alexa Is Now The Ghost In The Machine

CES 2017 is a consumer electronics paradise ... especially for the Amazon Echo.

Digital Trends

2016 Was Another Record-Breaking Year For Apple's App Store

The App Store has hit the ground running in 2017.

Digital Trends

72% Of Americans Want To Speak To Their Smart Homes

Smart homes will be controlled with your voice in the near future.

What Are Digital Twins And Why Will They Be Integral To The Internet Of Things?

A digital twin is the virtual representation of a physical asset. And it has the potential to completely reshape how infrastructure works.

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