technology

How much money can you really make re-skinning apps?

July 15, 2018

Surely it does. You can spend ten times less money on reskinnig your app and get a fine income from it. Intersting? Let me give you some good tips. Reskinning – is making a new app using existing source code and different design. You can also make some small modifications (for example update design) to that […]

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Best Buy somehow came up with the best way of charging Xbox game controller batteries

July 14, 2018

Look, I don’t know how much time you spend in the video game accessories aisle at your local Best Buy. I like games plenty, but I’m not one for browsing fancy surround sound headsets, silicone controller skins, console carrying bags, or any of the other non-critical stuff on those shelves. But charging the batteries in […]

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SpaceX’s boat for catching rocket parts is now sporting a much bigger net

July 14, 2018

SpaceX’s specialized boat aimed at catching falling rocket parts just got a sizable upgrade. The vessel, called Mr. Steven, now boasts an even more massive net, one that’s four times the size of the one it had before. That larger surface area should help increase the chances of Mr. Steven actually making a catch, which it […]

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Apple’s redesigned MacBook Pro keyboard uses new method for repelling dust, reports iFixit

July 14, 2018

Apple’s new MacBook Pro keyboards are slightly quieter than the ones found in the previous iteration of the laptop. But the company’s silence on the mechanism’s widespread mechanical issues, which Apple first acknowledged with a repair program last month, has left many scratching their heads and wondering if the new laptop’s largely unchanged keyboard is susceptible to dust […]

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Apple will make it easier for developers to port iOS apps to the Mac

June 5, 2018

At WWDC 2018, Apple announced it would bring UIKit support to the Mac, making it easier to port iOS apps to a desktop environment. If that sounds familiar, it’s because we’ve been hearing about it since at least late last year, when a Bloomberg report detailed something called Project Marzipan at the time: “…software developers will be able to design a single […]

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10 essential resources for intermediate Java programmers

June 3, 2018

Java remains one of the most popular programming languages to learn, thanks to its long history and reputation for being easy to pick up yet difficult to master. After you get through the initial tutorials and become more comfortable in the language, finding out how to progress further can be difficult. This article is intended […]

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Google Doodle Is Celebrating S.P.L. Sorensen, the Scientist Behind the pH Scale

May 29, 2018

  Google (GOOGL, -1.49%) is celebrating a little-known but hugely influential scientist with the Google Doodle today. The Danish scientist S.P.L. (Soren Peder Lauritz) Sorensen is the man who invented the pH scale (remember those pink and blue strips from your high school chemistry class?) S.P. L. Sorensen developed the method of measuring acidity and alkalinity in 1909 while studying the […]

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Why I’m Learning Python in 2018

May 27, 2018

We might be tempted to say that Python “had a moment” in 2017. After all, the recent growth of the language has been hard to ignore. Image via Stack Overflow However, “having a moment” implies that this surge in interest might slow down soon. But is there any reason to believe Python will be any less […]

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5 ways deception tech is disrupting cybersecurity

May 26, 2018

Enterprises and their Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are under siege. Security events are being triggered from all corners of the security stack – from the firewall, endpoints, and servers, from intrusion detection systems and other security solutions. What’s more is that security teams do not have enough people or hours in a day to analyze the […]

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10 essential resources for intermediate Python programmers

May 26, 2018

So, you’re an intermediate Python programmer. You’ve earned that title through coming into Python after knowing another language, or by going through Python tutorials or classes until you felt confident enough in the basics. That’s great. Now, it’s time to really spread your wings and really start thinking in a Pythonic way. Here are ten of […]

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