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Spellbinding or dull? How critics reviewed 'Star Wars' in 1977 - CNET

What did movie critics make of the first Star Wars? As the sci-fi franchise turns 40, we revisit the reviews.

Sync calls across your devices with T-Mobile next week - CNET

Service will sync calls and texts to your number across different phone carriers, smartwatches and computers.

Nick Murray on Alcantara: ‘It’s Garbage’

Interesting video by Nick Murray, discussing the merits of Alcantara, the synthetic leather-like product that Microsoft has used for their new Surface Laptop. Murray is coming from the perspective of Alcantara’s use in cars, not laptops,...Show More Summary

Check out Apple's Singapore store, its first in Southeast Asia - CNET

The company has taken its own sweet time to finally launch its own retail store in this part of the world, but the Singapore store looks fantastic.

Sphero’s Ultimate Lightning McQueen

If you’ve been in our office recently, you’ve seen me fiddling around with one of my newest toys – Ultimate Lightning McQueen by Sphero. It’s now available for the world. Based on what I know about robotic toys, I believe it’s the most advanced robotic toy ever made. Show More Summary

DevOps vs. Ops: transitioning from ‘no ops’ to an agile operational model

The battle between DevOps and operations continues. Developers want to run with technology, scale and bring new ideas to the enterprise. Inside the organization, however, there are other concerns, and operations is squeezed to its limits handling the day-to-day technology battles, such as security and capacity. Show More Summary

Keeping cloud-native DevOps from spinning out of control

Cloud-native computing environments tend to become frightfully difficult to build, provision, monitor and control. This is especially true as more containerized apps are pushed into more distributed clusters that are running on more complex multiclouds. Show More Summary

Demandbase raises $65M to help business-to-business firms drive more sales

Like their peers in the consumer market, business-to-business companies increasingly rely on online ads as part of their marketing efforts. The difference is that they try to  a narrower group of users with authority to make purchases...Show More Summary

Kik maker launches cryptocurrency to fight Internet ‘giants’

Kik Interactive Inc., the maker of anonymous-chat app Kik, announced today that it is launching its own cryptocurrency called Kin in order to push back against what Chief Executive Ted Livingston calls the “copy-and-crush strategy” of giant Internet companies. Show More Summary

Can the open-source network buzz grow up into enterprise-ready solutions?

Software-Defined Networking disrupted the network into many fragments. Now, the open-source community must package for real-world users, according to Arpit Joshipura (pictured), general manager of networking and orchestration at The Linux Foundation. Show More Summary

Red Hat picks up development tools maker Codenvy

Red Hat Inc.’s lineup of development automation tools is set to receive a major boost. The open-source giant today revealed that it has acquired Codenvy Inc., the startup behind the popular Eclipse Che coding platform. The software,Show More Summary

Exploring Big Data as a Service at Qubole’s inaugural event

How are companies building out their big data platforms for current self-service trends and automated offerings? What industry lessons have been learned and what challenges remain? Looking to answer these questions and others, SiliconANGLE...Show More Summary

Ultimate Guide to Connecting LED Light Strips to Arduino

The rise of LED lighting has been stratospheric, and it’s easy to see why. They are cheap to produce, consume significantly less power than other lighting options, and in most cases don’t get hot, making them safe for a variety of uses. Show More Summary

What You Need to Know About Apple Watch Security

Even though the Apple Watch needs an iPhone to complete most tasks, the wearable still stores some of your personal data. With only your wrist and a passcode protecting it, how secure is your Apple Watch really? Apple’s wearable can control a smart home, pay for purchases, track exercise and much more. Show More Summary

How to Use Cute Cat Pic Stickers on Facebook?

My BFF always has these super cute cat cartoons she posts on Facebook, but they're not photos, they show up above her text, not below it. Are these Facebook stickers? And how can I get some to use myself?? The post How to Use Cute Cat Pic Stickers on Facebook? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Get A VPN Subscription For Life For Just $39

Are you looking for a way to protect your internet connection without spending too much money? Right now you can get a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited for $39! That’s less than many popular VPN companies charge for one year of...Show More Summary

10 New Instagram Features You Need to Know

Instagram initially made a name for itself with its filters, but it’s come very far from its early days. The social network keeps adding new features, and some of the latest ones look awfully familiar. Let’s take a look at 10 of the newest Instagram features and see if they remind you of another photo-sharing app. Show More Summary

Last Chance to Get the Rainmaker Platform at the Current Pricing

TL;DR version: The Rainmaker Platform is shifting from a pure technology play to software with services included before the end of June, at much higher pricing. That means if you want Rainmaker at its current pricing, you should start your free trial now. Show More Summary

Find the Best Health and Fitness Templates and Printables on the Web

Printables make you pay attention. There are plenty of websites and gadgets that can help you get fit. But sometimes all you need to do is go back to basics with pen and paper. An app may be fighting it out with other apps for your mind, but a humble printable makes things easier with a single stroke of the pen. Show More Summary

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