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10 children's app trends for 2015

How your kids might be playing, learning and creating on devices this year, as well as how those apps may get them out in the real world<p>Many children are growing up with apps and digital media as part of their lives, alongside reading, physical play, television and other forms of entertainment and …

Forget Google Analytics, FullStory lets you 'replay' any visitor's interaction with your website

Web developers can find it challenging to fix bugs that users report if they can’t recreate the problem themselves. But FullStory, a company started by a group of ex-Google employees, is building a product that can help with that.<p>FullStory, which is announcing today that it has raised a new $1.2 …

MacTrast Deals: Lifetime Access To Over 5,000 Adobe Authorized Training Videos

- Jul 16, 2014<p>Wouldn’t it be great to have lifetime access to over 5,000 Adobe Authorized training courses, covering such subjects as Photoshop, …

Manything’s iOS video monitoring app can now plug into Nest and Hue via IFTTT

The British startup Manything now has a channel on IFTTT — the first channel on the plug-web-services-together platform that’s devoted to video …

CheckiO Launches Coding Game for Python Devs

Now the platform turns to crowdsourcing in three different ways. First of all, starting from today everyone can create a new coding puzzle and suggest it to CheckiO through GitHub, while the team’s responsibility is to choose ones that make sense and pull them into the game.<p>In addition to that, …

Online 'nanodegrees' boost your career without requiring time off

Climbing the career ladder can be daunting. You frequently need new skills to move ahead, but it's not always practical to take time off just to get some new credentials. However, AT&T and Udacity may have just solved this conundrum by unveiling "nanodegrees:" short online courses that are designed …

After 54 years as vaporware, the web's oldest ancestor is released

In 1960 Ted Nelson, the man who coined the term "hypertext", began work on his magnum opus -- Xanadu. In late April, after 54 years of development, the complex document builder and viewer was <i>finally</i> released with little to no fanfare at a Chapman University event. The concept behind the software …

Smartphones: The Silent Killer Of The Web As You Know It

The PC is dying, long live the PC! These headlines have been thrown around for years, as sales of laptops and desktops have continually dwindled downward.<p>The tablet has long been pinned as the murderer of the traditional computers and it certainly looked like it was going to be the one to do away …

Cognoa’s App Will Evaluate Children’s Risk For Autism From Videos And Other Data

There are life-changing technologies that are being developed at the intersection of health evaluation and diagnosis. For example, Neurotrack has developed a cognitive test to predict and diagnose the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease. And a new startup, Cognoa, is launching to help evaluate children’s …

Airfare Expert: Best deals on summer flights

There's still a lot of snow out there, but it's not a moment too soon to start thinking about flights for your summer trips. Here are some items to add to your vacation planning to-do list and dates to keep in mind.<p><b>All travelers</b><p>Strategize: Begin mapping out when and where you want to go.<p>Finalize …

Finally, A Better Way To Watch the Sunrise in Smog-Filled Beijing

<b>Corrections appended on Jan. 17, 2014 at 05:32 EST and Jan. 21 at 21:20 EST.</b><p>Air pollution in the Chinese capital reached new, choking heights on …

The Ethics Of Being Brain Dead: Doctors And Bioethicists Discuss Jahi McMath And Marlise Munoz

(RNS) The cases of two young women — a California teen and a pregnant Texas mother — have generated sympathy for their families, but also have left some doctors and bioethicists upset about their treatment.<p>Many doctors are questioning continued medical procedures on a 13-year-old girl declared …