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Mobile first, mobile only Google is releasing a new video calling app later this summer. It's called Duo, and it's probably the fastest and simplest video calling app I've ever seen. Like its companion
Did you know that prototyping an app can help you not only turn your idea into tangible mockups, but even save you money? Prototyping an app gives you many more benefits like: # Share your concept with
Do you want to develop out-of-the-box thinking? Acquire a problem-solving mindset? Find ways and means out of difficulties? These books will help. 1. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Carol Dweck
It started with an aeroplane journey back in 2014. "I knew nothing about drones," says Judith Sherman, the head of HIV for the UN children's fund, Unicef, in Malawi. But as she leafed through an in-flight
The natural flow of an NBA game is familiar to even the casual observer. Several times a game, a team will suddenly begin floundering on offense, with three or four consecutive misses or turnovers. The
At the end of every year, Edge reaches out to the smartest people on the planet and asks them a single question in an attempt to find the ideas and concepts that are changing the world of science. This
Running out of battery on your phone or laptop can be a huge hassle, especially when you're traveling this holiday season. Luckily there are many innovative people working on solutions to make sure you
Americans plan to do as much as 15% of their holiday shopping online this year. USA TODAY asked computer security experts for their tips on how to stay safe as you buy. 1. Just say no to free Wi-Fi Resist
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As The Post's Liz Sly recently noted, the war in Syria has become a tangled web of conflict dominated by "al-Qaeda veterans, hardened Iraqi insurgents, Arab jihadist ideologues and Western volunteers."
By rough approximation, there are 1049 to 1050 atoms that make up Earth. To figure out how many combinations can be made from 52 cards, you simply have to multiply 52x51x50x49...etc. That means there on
He's so influential that Google (now Alphabet) hired him to lead its artificial intelligence efforts. Kurzweil is known for making predictions about the future, which are right about 86% of the time. are
For someone like you, who pays attention to the heavens, how shocking was this? It depends on where you are on this. If you follow the Mars story pretty closely, you’ll find that this is not surprising.
Ben Carson claimed that prevailing theories of how the universe began and how planets and stars formed violate the second law of thermodynamics. His comments represent a misunderstanding of scientific
You've got your case of business cards, a drink name you can order with confidence at the bar (even if you're not entirely sure what it is), a stain-remover pen (just in case), and all the mints your can