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Mossberg 590 Shockwave Firearm – Shooting Tips & Warnings

Remember, push the Mossberg 590 Shockwave forward with the support hand & should your hand let go & end up in front of the muzzle while a round is going off... This post Mossberg 590 Shockwave Firearm – Shooting Tips & Warnings appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Deals: Pay What You Want To Learn App Development

The mobile app market has exploded, and so has the demand for code-savvy pros to build polished and scaleable applications. With the Pay What You Want. Mobile Cross Platform Development Bundle, you can cash in on the surge with over 100 hours of end to end training. More »      

Deals: Learn To Build Your Own Android Apps

Android is the world's most popular mobile OS, and knowing how to code for it can open the door to a myriad of jobs in the tech sector. While going back to school is one way to get started, the Android Development eBook Bundle can net you a complete coding education without the crippling student loans -- -- and you can learn at your own pace. More »      

Android Apps to Get Your TV Fix for Free

The way we consume media has changed drastically in the past ten years. Internet streaming services have become one of the most popular ways for people to watch their favorite TV shows and movies. With mobile telephone carriers offering unlimited data plans, you no longer have to be tethered to your home to get your entertainment fix. Show More Summary

That Price is Right Winner Who Went Viral? Turns Out He’s a Trump Supporter Who Once Appeared on CNN

7 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Well this is kind of crazy (though not for the subset of TV viewers who enjoy both The Price is Right and CNN’s Smerconish.) Ryan Belz is the 23-year-old Penn State graduate who became a viral sensation earlier this week for his appearance on The Price is Right. Seems he won $31,500 on Thursday’s episode […]

Ticket To Ride: Pennsylvania

Plays: 2Px6. I hadn't planned to play Ticket to Ride: Pennsylvania. One fine weekend I felt like playing basic Ticket to Ride with the family on iOS (because it's quick). I found that the app had been removed from the Appstore, replaced by a new version. Show More Summary

The tech industry is dominated by 5 big companies — here’s how each makes its money

More and more, everything crucial about the present and future of consumer tech runs through at least one five companies: Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft. Smartphones, laptops, app distribution, voice assistants andShow More Summary

How to use 3D Touch in Maps to see the weather anywhere

Like most of Apple's built-in apps, Maps is even better when used with 3-D Touch. By pressing on everything from the app icon to the tiny weather can on the corner, you can access shortcuts and extra info. Let's take a look. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Top 10 Android app updates this week: Kodi, Google Photos

Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]

With Uber and Lyft coming back, RideAustin might be in trouble

When The Next Web writers were in Austin for South By Southwest, we were pretty impressed with RideAustin. And now the municipal ridesharing app we called “the future of ride sharing” might be in trouble. Ridesharing apps Uber and Lyft are returning to Austin next week after a spat over background checks sent them packing last year. Show More Summary

Chinese Company Gobbles Up Grindr

The hookup app is now solely owned by a Chinese corporation.

Citrix Receiver updated as a universal Windows 10 app

Citrix has added its name to the slowly growing list of major players to support the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) with an update to its Citrix Receiver app....

7 Reasons Watchmen Will Come To The DCEU (And 8 They Won’t)

With the Watchmen characters making their way to the DC Universe in the comics, can they also make to the DCEU on-screen? Here are the reasons why and why not! The post 7 Reasons Watchmen Will Come To The DCEU (And 8 They Won’t) appeared first on CBR.

How to Build a Twitter Follower-Farmer Detection App with RestDB - SitePoint PHP

This article was sponsored by RestDB. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Are you active on Twitter? If so, do you often wonder why some accounts seem to follow you only to unfollow you moments (or days)...Show More Summary

Tarantulas crawl into the spotlight at San Francisco Zoo

Spiders of all colors and sizes have come to San Francisco Zoo & Gardens for a new special exhibit opening Saturday, the zoo announced. Some, like the Brachypelma boehmei, or Mexican fireleg tarantula, boast flamboyantly bright appendages,...Show More Summary

Google Jamboard app now available from the Google Play Store

Got yourself a brand new Google Jamboard? Those who do happen to have one can now enjoy the official app, which Google has just released via the Play Store.

How to drag-and-drop content between Readdle’s iPad apps

Readdle's new between-app drag-and-drop on the iPad really is amazing. Here's how to use it, and also how to make it work with your Mac. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

PayPal Sues Pandora Over Yawn-Enducing Logos And Tweets About People Opening The Wrong App

9 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We're going to jump right into this one without too much of a preamble, other than a quick refresher on what trademark law is designed to accomplish and what triggers a concern for infringement. The idea behind the law itself is to allow...Show More Summary

Did Samsung Just Confirm The Galaxy J5 2017 And J7 2017? Release Date Just Around The Corner

Samsung may have inadvertently revealed its upcoming entry-level phones, the Galaxy J5 2017 and J7 2017, in an app for kids. While the mobile community expects the pair to be certainly released sometime this year, this is the first time...Show More Summary

'League of Angels - Paradise Land' Is a Wonder Woman-Endorsed Turn-Based RPG

Gal Gadot, or Wonder Woman if you prefer, is endorsing the just-released League of Angels - Paradise Land [Free], a turn-based fantasy RPG. Beyond loaning her face for the game's app icon and endorsing it, Gal Gadot doesn't seem to have much else to do with the game. However, the game itself looks fun for

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