From our family to yours, stable|kernel would like to wish you a very happy holiday and a happy new year! We're so happy to have spent this wonderful year with you and we can't wait for you to see what we have in store for 2017. Thank you for your continued support; we'll see you next year!Read More >
After Google’s ground-breaking announcement about its first phone, our developers (specifically our Android devs) went nuts. I thought, here comes another contestant in the the ultimate smartphone battle, and it couldn’t have entered the ring at a better time than right when Samsung’s phones start melting.Read More >
Clutch, a company that identifies leading software and professional services firms that deliver results for their clients, recently named stable|kernel a leading app developer in Atlanta! We’re thrilled to receive this recognition and to be listed among other great companies in our area.Read More >
Marketers are pretty savvy when it comes to new trends and technologies. But for some, mobile is a confusing, intimidating prospect filled with technical terminologies that most marketing majors never learned before entering the real world. Words like “martech” and “responsive” and “mobile-optimized” and “programmatic” are becoming pervasive terms. It’s a lot to take in, and knowing where to start can be difficult.Read More >
Don’t miss my previous posts, “An Introduction to the Internet of Things" and "Four Enterprise Opportunities with the Internet of Things."
How well do you know the Internet of Things? Many businesses see real value in embracing the Internet of Things, but are not likely to launch large-scale IoT projects in the next few years due to uncertainties surrounding the technology. As advancements in connected devices and equipment continue, your organization will look to its internal experts to lead it into the future.Read More >
There is a massive revolution going on around us. It is silent and invisible yet groundbreaking; it has the power to transform lives all around the world. This technology is called the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s likely that you’re already a user.Read More >
Vehicle purchases are not impulsive decisions and can often be an emotional process for the auto buyer. It typically takes months for an individual to make the decision to purchase a new vehicle, conduct research about various makes and models, test-drive several options and then actually make the purchase.Read More >