A Raspbian desktop update with some new programming tools

Today we’ve released another update to the Raspbian desktop. In addition to the usual small tweaks and bug fixes, the big new changes are the inclusion of an offline version … Continue reading A Raspbian desktop update with some new programming tools

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The company behind WordPress is closing its gorgeous San Francisco office because its employees never show up

Automattic, the technology company that owns WordPress.com, has a beautiful office in a converted San Francisco warehouse, with soaring ceilings, a library, and a custom-made barn door. If you like … Continue reading The company behind WordPress is closing its gorgeous San Francisco office because its employees never show up

Samsung opens up its browser to some non-Samsung devices on the Play Store

…   Most of Samsung’s Android apps are only available on its own devices. However, when the company uploaded a Beta version of the browser to the Play Store, it … Continue reading Samsung opens up its browser to some non-Samsung devices on the Play Store

OK Google, Where’s Barb? How to set up Google Assistant shortcuts to Netflix and more

Google Home, Google’s AI-powered smart home speaker, rarely goes a few months without getting a feature. In the past year, it’s gained support for third-party integrations and added the ability to distinguish … Continue reading OK Google, Where’s Barb? How to set up Google Assistant shortcuts to Netflix and more

Language App Duolingo Finally Added Japanese and It’s Great

Duolingo is one of the best free ways to get started learning a new language, and they’re finally answering the pleas of wannabe polyglots everywhere by adding Japanese to their … Continue reading Language App Duolingo Finally Added Japanese and It’s Great

Google’s latest platform play is artificial intelligence, and it’s already winning

Google has always used its annual I/O conference to connect to developers in its sprawling empire. It announces new tools and initiatives, sprinkles in a little hype, and then tells … Continue reading Google’s latest platform play is artificial intelligence, and it’s already winning

Test-approved app could kill off the graphing calculator

Math students have a love-hate relationship with the funky, expensive TI-84 graphing calculators, but thanks to a new deal, they’ll soon get a free option. Starting this spring, pupils in … Continue reading Test-approved app could kill off the graphing calculator

iOS 10.3.2 now available to download on iPhone and iPad

Nearly a month and a half after iOS 10.3.1 rolled out to the public, Apple has now officially released iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. We’re still waiting on … Continue reading iOS 10.3.2 now available to download on iPhone and iPad

The 22-year-old who saved the world from a malware virus has been named

The 22-year-old who slowed down the spread from a malware virus has been named as Marcus Hutchins. Hutchins, a British cybersecurity researcher, has been credited with stopping the WannaCry ransomware attack‘s spread from a small … Continue reading The 22-year-old who saved the world from a malware virus has been named

The Laziest Way to Use a VPN, a Tortuous Alarm Clock, and More in This Week’s Top Downloads

Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week. This Evil Alarm Clock App … Continue reading The Laziest Way to Use a VPN, a Tortuous Alarm Clock, and More in This Week’s Top Downloads