Tough times for Google. Wait, … what ?

Tough times for Google. Wait, … what ?

Yes we are talking about Google. The superpower of of $66 billion per year. The numbers are mind-boggling. However it seems that the same numbers also predict that trouble is brewing. What exactly is going on? Although it seems unlikely that anything shocking will happen any time soon, we can all remember the type of supremacy Microsoft...
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You can still buy the 16GB iPhone, thanks to App Thinning

You can still buy the 16GB iPhone, thanks to App Thinning

  Apple is introducing in iOS 9 a new feature called “App Thinning” and we believe that its sole mission is to maximise the available space for your iOS device. It also aims to minimise the space that is used up by the operating system itself, in light of the recent lawsuits submitted by users that...
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What is going on with the iPad sales?

What is going on with the iPad sales?

After the massive sales growth rate of the iPad that has taken the whole computer industry sleeping, the iPad seems to show slowing growth. Last quarter Apple sold (only) 16.4 million units, showing a decline of 16% versus the previous quarter. We know that this is due to the shortages of the new iPad mini, but...
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Heartbleed does not affect IIS

Heartbleed does not affect IIS

The OpenSSL Heartbleed bug has many in the Apache and Nginx community concerned. This security hole allows the theft of passwords, emails, and IMs. Heartbleed also opens some VPNs for attack. In short, the Heartbleed bug is a big security flaw in OpenSSL. Microsoft products like SharePoint, Project Server, Windows Server, Team Foundation Server, Visual...
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Coding by voice

python voice coding

An interesting video that will emerge plenty of ideas and questions to programmers. Is it faster, coding by voice? Isn’t it tempting? Anyone who has been coding for quiet some time knows what it is, to code sheets of programming lines with the keyboard. Sometimes frustrating, but most of the time it gives your...
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[Humor] The world before social media

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Dedicated to all the romantics out there that were born before 2000 and did not grow up to the social media of today.

[Humor] DIY Google Glass

Do-it-yourself Google Glass… and also cheaper!
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