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Thursday July 27, 2017. 08:06 PM
From a blog post: Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are one of the most exciting and innovative things happening in web development right now. PWAs enable you to use JavaScript to create a 'Service Worker', which gives you all sorts of great features that you'd normally...
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Enlarge / Traders at the New York Stock Exchange beneath a monitor displaying Twitter's stock symbol in 2016. (credit: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Several years ago, Twitter seemed like it would be the social media darling of the decade. Founders had dreams of ...
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WhatsApp's rise and Twitter's decline converge to send a message about the way we communicate now.
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A new study shows that as rainfall increases, so will nutrient runoff, spurring more algal blooms, hypoxic deadzones, and less water for everyone.
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The music-sharing platform didn't just break new artists—it became a breeding ground for entirely new genres.
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Samsung Pay, the second most OEM-Pay mobile payments service (only second to Apple Pay), may be available on smartphones from other manufacturers, according to a report. From an article: Samsung is in talks with other device makers about bringing Samsung Pay to non-Samsung...
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Enlarge (credit: portal gda) Google has expelled 20 Android apps from its Play marketplace after finding they contained code for monitoring and extracting users' e-mail, text messages, locations, voice calls, and other sensitive data. The apps, which made their way onto...
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Enlarge / John Urschel, #64 of the Baltimore Ravens, retired from football. (credit: Getty | Matt Hazlett) John Urschel, a Baltimore Ravens’ offensive lineman and PhD candidate in applied mathematics at MIT, has announced his retirement from football at the age of 26. The ...
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Enlarge (credit: Getty | Media for Medical ) A team of researchers in Oregon have become the first in the US to attempt genetically altering human embryos, according to reporting by MIT Technology Review. The attempt is said to represent an advance in the safety and...
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One of the more visible aspects of Windows as a Service is that Microsoft has been learning as it goes along, and didn't come straight out the gate with a clear vision of precisely how Windows updates would be delivered, or when. Initially the plan was to push each release...
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A new collaboration from Funny or Die and Felix & Paul aims to see how long you can hang out in the headset.
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A new mega streaming music service may be coming to your phone. In a panel discussion at the New Music Seminar conference in New York, a YouTube exec has confirmed what we all hoped would happen one day: YouTube Red and Google Play Music are planning to merge.As first...
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(credit: Free Press) Are you ever frustrated about a lack of choice for home Internet providers? Well, worry no more. The nation's top cable lobby group is here to let you know that the US is simply overflowing in broadband competition. In a new post titled, 'America's...
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From a report: Apple today removed the iPod nano and iPod shuffle from its website and online store around the world, suggesting the iconic portable media players may be discontinued. Apple continues to sell the iPod touch. Beyond new colors and storage capacities, Apple had ...
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(credit: Chris Foresman) You'll see no mention of the iPod Nano or iPod Shuffle on Apple's website anymore. Today, the company removed the two media players from its website, and reports suggest the company is discontinuing both devices. A report from Business Insider...
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Facebook has announced that more than one billion people use its instant messages and voice calling app WhatsApp every day. To put that in perspective, there are 7.5 billion people on this planet. And Facebook, whose marquee service itself is used by more than two billion...
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Tyson is helping to develop a video game all about interstellar exploration—and physics.
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Enlarge / The LG G6. Another year, another proclamation from LG that its flagship smartphone isn't selling as well as expected. Last year it was the LG G5, when the company blamed a bad quarter on 'weak sales of [the] G5.' The year before that, it was the LG G4, which...
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UAV firms and campaigners slam opaque decision-making The Department for Transport has rejected calls from drone makers DJI, Parrot and GoPro to release details of its drone testing methodology on the grounds of 'security'.…
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(credit: Zach Copley) On Wednesday morning we reported on the arrest of a Russian man suspected of running a $4 billion dollar money laundering scheme. Later in the day, US officials released the indictment against the suspect, Alexander Vinnik. That indictment reveals...
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