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Get 1TB of Cloud Storage, a VPN, and More Web Service Deals

We live in a time where software is almost completely unnecessary. Instead, just about everything you could ever want to do is available as a web service. Over at MakeUseOf Deals, there are some awesome discounts on services like VPNs, cloud storage, password managers, and much more. Show More Summary

All the New Features in WhatsApp You Need to Know About

Being one of the fastest growing social networks on the planet, WhatsApp needs to keep reinventing. Its users expect it to get better and better. Slowly but surely, the instant messaging giant has been adding some useful features. When...Show More Summary

Reap the Benefits of Overwatch’s Halloween Terror Event!

Blizzard’s past event in its multiplayer FPS Overwatch, the Summer Olympics, was an impressive display. They provided both cosmetic items and the new brawl installment, Lucioball. Their new seasonal event, Halloween Terror, surpasses the Summer Olympics in both items and enjoyment. Show More Summary

5 Fake iPhone “Tips” That Ruined Devices

There’s nothing like a good hoax. The internet has seen its fair share of famous myths thanks to the ease with which misinformation can spread. Debunking urban legends, like the infamous Iraq camel spider, thankfully isn’t actually too difficult due to the wealth of information online. Show More Summary

The Best Deals You Can Get on Amazon Today [US/CA]

There are some great deals on both and today, including one of the best router deals we’ve ever seen (it’s currently out of stock, but we’re all crossing our fingers hoping it comes back). US Deals TP-Link AC750Show More Summary

Why Your Favorite Website Was Down Today [Updated]

Hackers launched a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against Dyn this morning. The attack, which lasted around two hours, was responsible for taking down or interrupting traffic to a host of popular websites. Including your favorite, probably. Show More Summary

The Best Credit Cards to Use for Shopping on Amazon

Most of the credit cards out there give you bonus points or airline miles for things like buying groceries, filling up on gas, or making travel arrangements. And there are a lot of great credit cards available if those are your main spending categories. Show More Summary

How to Enjoy the Latest KDE Plasma Releases With KDE Neon

The KDE Project released version 5.8 of the Plasma desktop environment this month. This is the KDE team’s first long-term support release (LTS). That means you can expect support even after the next several versions hit the web. Now for the catch: most distributions don’t yet offer 5.8. Show More Summary

Become a Better Coder by Keeping a Programming Journal

The struggle in becoming a better programmer is real. I’ve been programming since I was 13, yet still find it both challenging and rewarding. There’s nothing quite like it. But it can be overwhelming at times, leading some people to give up and quit. Show More Summary

Samsung To Offer Galaxy S8 Price Discount To Please Angry Note 7 Owners?

One of the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 rumors suggests it may come with a discounted price tag. Also, the Galaxy S8, rumored for a February 2017 release date, may be equipped with a battery supplied by a rival, according to the latest specs news. Show More Summary

Snakes Have No Legs Because of a Mutated Sonic Hedgehog Gene Enhancer

7 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Snakes! Where are their arms and legs? It’s not ok! Over 100 million years ago, snakes did have four appendages, and then evolution stepped in to turn the reptiles into the creepy, slithering freak show that they are today. Now, researchers believe they’ve isolated what caused this change. Read more...

If freelancers are key partners, are you developing them?

GUEST: Everyone knows the pros and cons of using freelance, consulting or contract professionals to grow a business. You get agility, immediate value and dynamic supply, but you delay investing in a team for the long term. Talent costs can be variable instead of fixed, but those costs are going to people without the same commitment […]

SNES EPROM Programmer with Arduino

Most video game manufacturers aren’t too keen on homebrew games, or people trying to get more utility out of a video game system than it was designed to have. While some effort is made to keep people from slapping a modchip on an Xbox...Show More Summary

Sprint mocks Verizon execs, says they're going crazy - CNET

7 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Technically Incorrect: They are stressed, their hair is all over the place. At least that's what Sprint shows in a new ad.

Can Snitching on Polluters Save Delhi’s Air?

The new app allows Delhites to take photos of people polluting, but it may just hurt the poor.

Hackathon Winners Compete For $125,000 In Prizes At Money2020

A hackathon at Money2020 drew dozens of participating teams hoping for a share of $125,000 in prize money.

New 2016 MacBook Pro: Supply May Be Tight, Next Version In The Works: Analyst

MacBook Pro. (Credit: Apple) As more details leak about the new MacBook Pro expected at an Apple event on October 27, don't count on ample availability, an analyst says. "The supply is going to be tight on these initially,"Rhoda Alexander, an analystat IHS Markit Technology, told me in a phone conversation. "Production [...]

How the AT&T-Time Warner deal could escape deeper regulatory scrutiny

8 hours agoTechnology : Post Tech

AT&T's enormous, $85.4 billion purchase of one of America's top media conglomerates could radically reshape the digital economy, making the deal's next step — regulatory review — hugely important to the way consumers access their media. Show More Summary

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