Posted by Hoi Lam, Developer Advocate Today we’re launching the third developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 with a big new addition: Google Play on Android Wear. The Play Store app makes it easy for users to find and install apps directly...Show More Summary
This blog post is a summary of the webinar Percona Software News and Roadmap Update – Q3 2016 given by Peter Zaitsev on September 28th, 2016. Over the last few months, I’ve had the opportunity to meet and talk with many of Percona’s customers. I love these meetings, and I always get a bunch of […]
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Researchers show how they can reverse engineer and even fully reconstruct someone else's machine learning engine---using machine learning. The post How to Steal an AI appeared first on WIRED.
In this special edition of the WIRED Culture podcast, Cheo Hodari Coker talks about what it's like to work with Marvel and what makes superhero TV special. The post The Secrets of Luke Cage, Straight From Its Showrunner appeared first on WIRED.
Nintendo's plug-and-play NES Classic, with 30 built-in games, plays as good as it looks. And it looks awesome. The post NES Classic Hands-On: This Tiny Console Is 8 Bits of Awesome appeared first on WIRED.
It's that time of year again - DigitalOcean's Hacktoberfest is starting! It's a month-long open source effort when people are encouraged to contribute to various open source projects (not their own!). Anyone who opens 4 pull requests...Show More Summary
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A complete automatic generation of menu in ASP.NET MVC using attributes applied on controllers.
@jmikola Show Notes Recorded at PHP Tek 2016 Wurstcon NY PHP User Group More from this guest See Jeremy’s talk, Async PHP with React, on Nomad PHP The post Interview with Jeremy Mikola appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.
In this article, we are going learn to create an application that works online and offline.
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9 Predictions That Would Decide The Future of Java Programming In this article, we will focus our attention on the predictions related to the world of programming. Obviously, our attention will be on Java predictions. To learn Java programming, take the help of Java programming course in Pune. Show More Summary
Lately in PHP in Livecoding.tv - Lately in PHP podcast episode 75 By Manuel Lemos Livecoding.tv is a live streaming site that allows developers to stream themselves working on code of their projects. The episode 75 of the Lately in PHP...Show More Summary
Recipe that can be included in a pytest or nose test suite to compare a widget's appearance with a reference saved on disk, or generate the reference if it does not exist.
The investigations begins, as do the renewed calls for technology that could prevent train crashes. The post The Hoboken Train Crash: Here’s What Comes Next appeared first on WIRED.
New FCC rules are going to make you hate those emergency alerts a whole lot less. The post Emergency Alert Texts Are Getting a Much Needed Upgrade appeared first on WIRED.
Zerodium offered $1 million for iPhone/iPad zero days when Apple released iOS 9 last year. With iOS 10, the rate has gone up considerably. The post A Top-Shelf iPhone Hack Now Goes for $1.5 Million appeared first on WIRED.
Space exploration is hard, but these robots are ready to climb pretty much anything. The post NASA’s Gecko-Inspired Robots Can Climb Pretty Much Anything appeared first on WIRED.