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The Media Lied to You: It’s Not a Facebook “Dislike” Button at All

The world of social media is on fire with rumors of Facebook recently announcing a “dislike button”. There has been a lot of chatter about what the button will feature, what it might look like, and what it might mean to casual users....Show More Summary

Tinder's 'Super Like' is now available to all

Swiping right on Tinder is a simple to tell someone that you like them, but what if you want them to know that you really, really, really, really, really like them? That's what Super Like is for, a swipe up (or blue star) that signifies that you're developing more than a passing interest in another person. Show More Summary

YouTube Space Paris: a new home for French creators

Paris. The city is synonymous with culture, cuisine, art and architecture. This creative passion of Paris has also given rise to one of the world’s most vibrant YouTube communities. Creators of all kinds are building global followings...Show More Summary

Rhapsody's new music feature is designed for kids

Over the past few months, Rhapsody has focused on making its mobile apps prettier. But now the music-streaming service is announcing something a little bit different: a feature designed with children in mind. KIDS, which will be available...Show More Summary

This Video's Sound Is So Satisfying, It Makes Me Miss Winter

There’s an awesome story here about a mum and dad who built a backyard ice rink in the United States during the winter so that their two boys could have fun skating and playing hockey outdoors. But what I love most about this excellent quick-cut video is just hearing all those sounds come together. It’s enough to make a man maybe, MAYBE, miss winter. More »      

What To Consider Before Connecting A Thing To The Internet

“The Internet of Things is about connecting things to the Internet and it’s really about the strength you can build with those connections.” Co-founder of Electric Imp IoT platform Hugo Fiennes offered perhaps the most perfect definition of the Internet of Things at an APIcon (see the full video at the end of page 2 of this post).

It's September, Forever

The 'Eternal September' was a 1993 backlash against unwanted internet users. It never ended.

HTTPS support coming to Blogspot

Posted by Jo-el van Bergen, Software Engineer, Security. Since 2008, we've worked to encrypt the connections between our users and Google servers. Over the years we've announced that Search, Gmail, Drive, and many other products have encrypted connections by default, and most recently, we've made a similar announcement for our ads products. Show More Summary

Android Studio 1.4

Posted by, Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Today we are releasing the 1.4 update to the Android Studio stable release channel. Most of the work and enhancements for Android Studio 1.4 are under the hood. However we have a handful...Show More Summary

Can You Hear Me Now?

It’s great to build projects just to do something neat, to learn; to impress friends and other hackers. It’s even better to address a real need. I’ve worn hearing aids for 40 some years. My response to the question “Can you hear me now?”...Show More Summary

Novation Launchpad MIDI Controller Moves Toward Open Source

The Novation Launchpad is a MIDI controller, most commonly used with the Ableton Live digital audio workstation. It’s an eight by eight grid of buttons with RGB LED backlights that sends MIDI commands to your PC over USB. It’s oftenShow More Summary

Giving Children in War-Torn Areas a Chance to Learn

"At five o'clock in the morning there was a chemical attack on our neighbourhood. Everyone in our family was dead, it was just me and my mother left. I fled to Lebanon with my mother. I think it is too bad that our camp does not have a school and the school in the next camp is full. Show More Summary

Teeny Tiny Very Small – Atomic Resolution and the Home Hobbyist

Atoms are small. Really small. You just won’t believe how minusculely microscopically mindbogglingly small they are. I mean you may think it’s a short way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts to atoms. Atoms really are small. Show More Summary

Editor's Soapbox: Processing a Rant

In addition to being your intrepid editor, I’m an independent consultant. People hire consultants because they want someone to “inform their process”. “How do we do Agile better? Do we do Scrum or Kanban? Can we do scrumfall instead?” “Should we do BDD, TDD, or ATDD? Or combine them? Are there any other acronyms we should be doing?” Ugh. Show More Summary

Scraping and Cleaning Your Data with Google Sheets: A Closer Look

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Posted by Jeremy_Gottlieb Have you ever wanted to automate pulling data from a web page—such as building a Twitter audience—and wanted a way to magically make all of the Twitter handles from the web page appear in your Google Sheet,Show More Summary

Google’s Nexus 5X and 6P pricing outside the US is ridiculous

As a European, I'm used to paying more for devices, software, subscriptions and other digital goods. If you compare the pricing, it appears that most company's simply replace $ with €/£ when it comes to offering goods in the European Union. Show More Summary

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