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Google Inbox gets a new “All inboxes” view for multiple accounts

Inbox, Google's slightly more intelligent email app, is getting a new feature for users of multiple accounts. A new "All inboxes" option has been added to the slide-out menu.

Visual Inspector is a designer-friendly compliment to Chrome’s DevTools

Chrome’s DevTools is an essential component in any web developer or designer’s toolkit. It lets you modify, debug, and experiment with almost any element of a website’s front end. However, you could make the argument that it’s a little bloated, and some users would be best served by something more pared-down. Show More Summary

Cleaner diesel on the horizon

On September 1, 2017, new emissions regulations for passenger vehicles will come into force in the EU and Switzerland. These will plug the gaps in the existing legislation and ensure that diesel vehicles in particular become considerably cleaner as regards their nitric oxide emissions. Show More Summary

Parallels Desktop 13 brings improved performance & native Touch Bar support to Windows

Ahead of the macOS High Sierra release, virtualization software company Parallels has officially announced the availability of Parallels Desktop 13. Outside of bringing the traditional performance improvements, Desktop 13 introduces native Touch Bar support to Microsoft’s OS and a good portion of its most used applications. Show More Summary

There is no excuse for shipping crappy software

If you were to visit Facebook’s Menlo Park campus just a few years ago, you’d see the company’s famous motto – “Move fast and break things” – plastered on the walls. It was born out of the company’s hacker mindset of young software engineers building a rapidly growing startup. Show More Summary

Android Oreo features you'll love: Notification badges and previews

Keeping up with notifications is a constant struggle. Notifications. It's the first thing most of us deal with in the morning, and no matter what time of day, there's probably three or four of them sitting just waiting there. Unread badges have existed on mobile home screens since before Android to help remind us of things we need to take care of. Show More Summary

An interesting look at what’s expected in the iPhone 8 & who beat Apple to the tech

While the iPhone 8 is expected to have quite a few new features, not all of them are totally new. Some have been borrowed from earlier iPhones – like the glass back seen previously on the iPhone 4 and 4S – while others use tech first seen on competitor phones … more…

Alternatives to Bad Link Building Strategies

Over the years, many people are writing about link building strategies both good and bad. It’s no secret the Internet can make you a lot of money and those on the first page of Google generate enormous money through ads and selling products. However, this has led to many people taking part in manipulative link building strategies against Google’s guidelines. […]

I watched the eclipse with scientists hunting the sun’s secrets

Leah Crane joined solar researchers to watch yesterday’s eclipse, a rare chance to look at a scorching ring of space around the sun that we can almost never see

Big data analytics platform Databricks raises $140M Series D round led by Andreessen Horowitz

Databricks, a big data analytics platform built by a team that grew out of the Apache Spark project, today announced that it has raised a $140 million Series D round led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from New Enterprise Associates and Battery Ventures. Show More Summary

Berlin-based Home is an app to help landlords manage properties and improve the rental experience

Home, a Berlin-based startup that offers an app to help landlords manage their properties, has raised €3 million in seed funding. EQT Ventures led the round, along with the company’s existing investor, Redalpine. Read More

Skytap raises $45M for its enterprise cloud

Skytap is probably one of the more interesting clouds right now. Unlike so many other startups, it’s not trying to offer enterprises specific cloud computing services on top of one of the big platforms like AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. Show More Summary

Verizon Makes Unlimited Plans Pricier, More Complicated

Verizon today revealed revamped unlimited plans that aren't nearly as attractive as last month's plans. The standard Unlimited plan now costs $85/month instead of $80/month, and has been renamed "Beyond Unlimited". It offers unlimited calls, texts, and full-speed 4G LTE data up to 22 GB, after which data speed may be limited on busy towers. Show More Summary

Everyone loves this $70 neck massager, and you can get one today for $35

Back to School 2017 is upon us, and it can certainly be a very stressful time of year. We can guarantee two things. The first is that you'll find tons of great back to school deals by following the BGR Deals team, and that'll help alleviate some of that stress. Show More Summary

China’s quantum submarine detector could seal South China Sea

A major advance in SQUIDs, quantum devices that measure magnetic fields, could allow China to detect submarines at longer range than anyone else

Scanning your brain can predict what will happen in the future

Can neuroforecasting predict the next election result or market crash? Analysing activity in a part of our brain can predict things that haven’t happened yet

Fujifilm's Instax SQ10 Instant Camera Review: It Mixes Analog and Digital, With Mixed Results

Fujifilm's latest instant camera shoots square film, but is it worth tolerating a quirky camera?

Voice Search: Personal Assistants Search Optimization

2 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

With a staggering 20% of queries going through our vocal assistant and its incredible growth; no surprise Voice Search got elected as the most important phenomenon of 2017. Away from the buzzwords and hype, personal assistants search optimization (PASO) is a reality. I want to show what we learned through the experiments done with the [...]Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs just poured $45 million into a company picking up Amazon's slack in the cloud (GS)

Goldman Sachs just led a $45 million investment round into Skytap, a 10-year-old cloud computing provider based in Seattle. Amazon Web Services is, far and away, the cloud computing market leader, but Skytap has found success by focusing...Show More Summary

This is why LinkedIn is betting big on letting people share videos (MSFT)

If you've been on LinkedIn recently, you may have noticed that some users are making and sharing videos, basically turning the social network into a more professional version of YouTube or Facebook Live. Following this initial testing period, video will soon be available to all users. Show More Summary

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