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How to add spaces to your Mac's Dock using Terminal

I've set up spaces to separate the apps I use: My Internet apps are all grouped together, as are my writing tools and creative apps, all with spaces …

Humans should learn maths

In the history of humanity there have been three major inventions that have enabled people to think in entirely new ways. They allow us to learn …

Check Out The Earliest Work Of Apple's Design God, Jony Ive

At one point, he was just a young British designer trying to get by.<p>However, Ive was a precocious design talent, and from a young age, he was racking up awards for his design work.<p>Leander Kahney's, <i>JONY IVE, The Genius Behind Apple's Greatest Products,</i> which is now out in paperback sheds new light …

Continuity Activation Tool enables Handoff/Instant Hotspot/AirDrop features on unsupported Macs

Apple decided not to support all Bluetooth 4.0 capable Macs for its new Continuity features in OS X Yosemite for undisclosed reasons, but it is possible to get the feature up and running on some older, unsupported Macs. Previously it required a bit of manual tinkering, but now a utility called OS X …

Google's First-Ever Executive Chef Explains Why Serving Good Food Is So Important For Startups

Ayers joined Google as its first executive chef way back in 1999, when the company had less than 50 employees.<p>After getting hired through a cook-off competition against other potential candidates, Ayers spent the next six years helping Google form and solidify its reputation for serving employees …

How Peter Thiel teaches Stanford students to create billion-dollar monopolies (in 3 quotes)

Stanford continued its wildly overcrowded How to Start a Startup course today with Silicon Valley’s outspoken libertarian billionaire Peter Thiel. The course is curated by Sam Altman, head of startup incubator Y Combinator. Each week, the course brings in another technology celebrity to share the …

What Apple's Steve Jobs Could Teach Aristotle

When it comes to business guru status, the late Steve Jobs arguably stands head and shoulders above other contenders of his generation.<p>His name produces 266 million references when typed into Google, while doing the same on Amazon.com results in 18,213 items to buy, with book titles ranging from …

Here's How Much Every Part Of The iPhone 6 Really Costs

THE SELECTS: More from the History of Silicon Valley

Steve Jobs had plans to make free, shared Wi-Fi the norm to improve iPhone experience

There were lots of hints that Steve Jobs was interested in changing the way we all access the internet on the devices he helped create. Back in 2011 there were reports that Apple considered developing its own network for the original iPhone that could potentially replace traditional carrier …

10 Best iPhone News and News Reader Apps

Keeping up with the news used to be pretty simple. You picked up your preferred tabloid or broadsheet newspaper on the way to work, or tuned into a scheduled news bulletin on the radio or your TV.<p>The internet has transformed the way in which news is created and distributed though. Keeping up with …

How to create a partition on your Mac to install developer betas

If you've always wanted to partition your Mac's hard drive so you can run a separate operating system — including the developer beta of Mojave — in …

OK Go's long history of viral music videos

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A New Doc Explores The Bright Life And Sudden Death Of Aaron Swartz

Documentary maker Brian Knappenberger talks about his new film, the life and legacy of Aaron Swartz, and the troubling trends that survive the Internet activist.<p>Documentary maker Brian Knappenberger would have been more than happy to tell both sides of the story surrounding the bright life and …

Apps to Get Your Kids Coding on the iPad Part 1

In the past, coding was a pretty niche affair, those of us with our Acorns, Spectrums and Commodore 64s experimenting with lines and lines of code. I remember as an 8 year old, spending ages typing out lines of code on my beige Acorn Electron to draw….a line on the screen. To add insult to injury …

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Play Nintendo DS games on non-jailbroken devices with the nds4ios emulator

nds4ios has released a special version of the app that runs on non-jailbroken devices using a sneaky workaround. As the app is not available in the App Store, previously the app could only be installed on jailbroken devices, such as through the Cydia jailbreak app store. The app gets around Apple’s …

Up Next helps you logically decide in what order you should complete tasks

Up Next is a new type of task app that not only lets you enter todo items, but helps you decide when it's best to complete them. By using your …

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8 iPad Apps to Teach your Children about Space

I’ve been interested in space for as long as I can remember and I was trying to wrack my brains to figure out exactly what it was that got me into it. In a dark corner of my brain, a book appeared: The Arthur Mee’s Children’s Encyclopaedia. I remember having the abridged version as a kid and the …

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Overswipe: Restrict What iPhone Photos Your Friends See

Picture the scene: You’re guffawing over some photos you just took of your buddies larking around, and <i>everyone</i> now wants to see the hilarious snaps. You’re happy to hand your iPhone over, except you also have a bunch of other images on there you’d rather they didn’t see. It may scream FIRST WORLD …

Delectable for iOS Gets Near-Instant Wine Label Scanning

Delectable released version 4.0 of its wine discovery app today, allowing users to take a picture of a wine bottle and have it recognized within seconds. Previously, the app took a few minutes in the background to process the text on a label.<p>Moving to instantaneous scanning took Delectable a few …

Portable speaker review: time to jack up the volume, but on what?

"You're going to love this," says Lucy Monkman, as she taps her tablet and the opening glissando of the Chemical Brothers' Galvanize roars for the seventh time. This is the "control" song that Lucy – or Monki, as she is professionally known – has chosen as the benchmark against which to measure …

iPad: $1.50 per year

If you fully drain and charge your iPad every other day it will use about 12 kWh of electricity per year. Source: Electric Power Research Institute

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The 15 Most Brutal Corporate Firings

Think Ali Rowghani's abrupt and unceremonious dismissal from Twitter this week was bad? Check out these brutal executive ousters.<p>When Ali Rowghani resigned from the chief operating officer job at Twitter on Thursday, he announced it with a tweet, surely a first for a $22 billion company. But the …

Keyboard Shortcuts Resource List for Your Online Tools

In addition, there are a few regular shortcuts that can make browsing Facebook even faster.<p>j/k = scroll up/down between News Feed stories<p>l = like or unlike a story<p>c = comment on a story<p>s = share a story<p>p = post a new status update<p>/ = search<p>Typing a question mark will open the full list of Facebook …

Kill the News Feed and use Facebook like its 2005

Do you miss the old Facebook? The one without all those profile pic updates and Upworthy headlines?<p>Facebook may be the perfect communication tool, but the News Feed is a distraction machine — it zaps productivity and gives users little more than a lingering fear of missing out (FOMO).<p>If you’ve felt …

Microsoft’s Infinity Room makes big data beautiful

Powerful ideas made simple<p>San Francisco played host to a special mirrored room last month for an impressive illustration of big data. Software giant Microsoft was in town for its SQL Server 2014 launch party, and the carefully choreographed room was the centerpiece of the company’s push towards …

Your Computer Downtime Could Help Crack the Alzheimer's Code

George Mason University researchers create a distributed computing project to unravel the mysteries of the disease.<p>Researchers at George Mason University have created a tool that allows anyone to donate their computer downtime to Alzheimer’s research, enlisting the public’s help in studying the …

14 Quirky Things You Didn't Know About Amazon

He knew from the very beginning that he wanted Amazon to be "an everything store."<p>In an incredibly interesting book, author Brad Stone paints a picture of the early days of Amazon and how it grew into the behemoth that it is today.