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As a Photographer, These are 13 Free Apps I Wouldn't Leave the House Without

If you're a new photographer, let me let you in on a little secret...There are hundreds of photography apps available for iOS and Android devices …

Apps

5G isn’t just faster, it will open up a whole new world

The transition from 3G to 4G went largely unnoticed by the average consumer, but the coming shift to 5G will be very different. It was clear at Mobile World Congress Americas earlier this month that after years of talk, major US wireless carriers are going all-in on 5G. Verizon is solving …

Internet of Things

Intel announces its eighth-generation Coffee Lake desktop processors

Confused yet?<p>Intel announced its first wave of eighth-generation Core processors for laptops back in August, and now it’s time for desktops to get their own turn at Intel’s latest processors.<p>The biggest change in the eighth-generation Core line is that Intel is upping core count across the entire …

Computer Hardware

Neil deGrasse Tyson Goes After GAME OF THRONES’ Dragon Physics

<i>“Oh, so you’re okay with the existence of dragons, but you have a problem if they fly too fast?”</i><p>Yes, exactly. While this particular writer has no …

How to Work From Home: 6 Steps to Land the Perfect Remote Job | Inc.com

Remote work is increasingly popular for employees and employers. (I know: "Thanks, Captain Obvious.") Working from home is quickly becoming an expectation: Nearly three-quarters of respondents to this survey say they expect to work remotely in the future.<p>Yet for many, working from home is still …

Employment

The End of Moore's Law Will Change How We Need To Think About Innovation | Inc.com

In 1965, Intel cofounder Gordon Moore published a remarkably prescient paper which predicted that computing power would double about every two years. For a half century, this process of doubling has proved to be so remarkably consistent that today it is commonly known as Moore's Law and has driven …

Innovation

Cassini Delivers a Final Round of Jaw-Dropping Images Before Its Death

After 20 years in space and 13 years on the job as a scientific instrument orbiting Saturn, Cassini, the probe sent to explore the ringed planet and …

11 books on the future of humanity that everyone should read

But many writers have imagined the future in their work, inviting us to travel through time.<p>We asked Lynn Lobash, manager of the New York Public Library's Reader Services department, to recommend the books about the future that everyone should read.<p>Here are 11, and you can see more recommendations …

Transforming a Boring Photo Into a Dramatic One With Photoshop

The mere mention of image manipulation may make some photographers cringe, but there’s no denying that some skill with Photoshop can enable you to …

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover looks so small and alone in this amazing new photo

Just a pale blue dot.<p>One of the most awe-inspiring images of Earth is the photograph "Pale Blue Dot", taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft as it sped billions of miles away from our planet. And Carl Sagan's reflection on the image is perhaps one of the most poignant bits of science writing ever …

Mars Rover

Pilot Takes Amazing Photos From His Cockpit, And They Will Take Your Breath Away

Being a pilot, you get to see a bunch of beautiful sights from above. Being a pilot for a South American airline, you also get to witness the …

The 3-Ingredient Pizza Crust That Rocks Our World

If you've ever made your own pizza crust, it was probably either for a special occasion or during a cooking class. It just feels so... gourmet. Which …

5 Ways to Access a Locked Windows Account

Coming to the aid of a fellow forum member, TSers recently shared around a dozen ways to handle a lost Windows password. We were so impressed with …

Linux

IBM Predicts Demand For Data Scientists Will Soar 28% By 2020

• Jobs requiring machine learning skills are paying an average of $114,000. Advertised data scientist jobs pay an average of $105,000 and advertised data engineering jobs pay an average of $117,000.<br>• 59% of all Data Science and Analytics (DSA) job demand is in Finance and Insurance, Professional …

Big Data

The European Space Agency Commissioned A Music Video For Its Next Launch

The video, set to an otherworldly soundtrack of space sounds, will play just before the launch of the Sentinel 2B satellite next week.<p>For most of us, the sounds and photos recorded by space probes are the closest we’ll get to experiencing the vast visual and auditory landscapes of outer space. …

100+ CSS Resources For Web Designers And Developers

by Bradley Nice, Content Manager at ClickHelp.co<p>A serious web designer/developer must call for a skill to write good CSS. CSS is simple, very easy to …

'Ancient Australia' is brought to life in jaw-dropping timelapse video

Photographer Kartikeya Sharma spent 10 months patiently collecting and curating stunning time-lapse footage for his video project, <i>The Ancients.</i> And …

China has built a radio telescope the size of 30 soccer fields to look for aliens

China has finished the installation of the world's largest radio telescope, according to reports from state media. The last of the telescope's 4,450 triangular panels was fitted into the dish this weekend, ahead of the telescope's planned launch in September. The Five Hundred Meter Aperture …

Lenovo Moto G and Moto G4 Plus are official, equipped with 5.5-inch screens, Snapdragon 617, more [Update]

<b>Update:</b> There’s also a smaller, less powerful version called the Moto G Play coming to the States with a 2,800mAh battery. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 410 processor, has a 5-inch 720p display, 2GB RAM, water repellent coating, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front snapper and 16GB internal storage …

Mobile Technology

The deepest 3-D map of the universe ever made confirms Einstein was a genius

This theory, among other things, stated that the speed of light in a vacuum is the same for all observers, regardless of the source.<p>In 1915, he followed this up with the publication of his theory of General Relativity, which asserted that gravity has a warping effect on space-time.<p>For over a …

NASA has detected a burst of light that might be linked to one of the most monumental space discoveries ever made

Using equipment called the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), the researchers detected ripples in the fabric of space-time called gravitational waves, something Einstein's general theory of relativity predicted a century ago.<p>These gravitational waves should allow scientists …

SpaceX releases photos of its rocket launch and first-ever sea landing

In case you somehow missed it, SpaceX made history yesterday afternoon when it successfully landed one of its Falcon 9 rockets on a remotely-piloted barge at sea. The success came after a few failed attempts over the past year, but it represents a major milestone in the company's efforts to lower …

The Simple Google Chrome Trick That Could Double Your Laptop's Battery

All you have to do is find the right tabs to close.<p>You can get a lot of mileage out of your gadgets by making sure you treat their batteries right, but the easiest way to extend your laptop's battery life <i>right this second</i> is to reduce the amount of work it's doing. Here's a handy trick that makes …

The G5 is LG's best ever phone and its Friends are the reason why

How LG got out of its own way and built a lean, mean, modern machine<p>LG's G5 was only introduced yesterday, but I'm already convinced it is the most polished and complete smartphone that the Korean company has yet built. Unlike its forebears, the G5 grew smaller rather than larger, and LG added …

Super Bowl ads: the very best and the very worst

<b>T-Mobile featuring Drake</b><p>Drake’s just a natural pitchman. That smile. Those pearly white teeth. That turtleneck. He looks like he should be hawking handkerchiefs on the Home Shopping Network with Joy Mangano or Suzanne Pleshette. If this rap thing doesn’t work out, there’s always a high-tech vacuum …

Advertising

The Age of Graphene and how it will transform our mobile experiences

University of Manchester<p>You may have heard about graphene. Ever since its discovery, scientists have been touting its potential to transform our world. From space elevators to medical nanodevices, the list of potential applications of graphene is huge. But what exactly is graphene? What are its …

Nanotech

Google’s VirusTotal service now scans for tampered computer firmware

Google bought VirusTotal, an online virus and URL scanner, back in 2012 and it continues to run as an independent company even today. Their website and Mac app offers a very useful utility that lets users upload files to see whether they are ridden with viruses. They recently added the ability to …

Malware

Material Design is slowly coming to Chrome, take a peek

Google has planned to bring Material Design to Chrome for more than a year, but efforts to bring the design language to the browser have recently started accelerating.<p>According to a recently filed request on Google Code, it’s expected the first Material Design tweaks will appear in Chrome OS …

Software

Watch the first flight of Boeing's new 737 MAX airliner live

After rolling out the first 737 MAX late last year, Boeing is ready to take to the skies this morning in Renton, Washington where the aircraft is being built. Don't expect a transcontinental flight, though — the first few flights for a new aircraft of this complexity are straightforward, local, and …