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Put Twitter in your Mac's menu bar with BirdDrop

Do you have a Twitter problem? Do you want to talk about it? Instead of going cold turkey, perhaps you can begin to wean yourself from the little birdie by accessing only the mobile version of Twitter on your Mac with BirdDrop. Then again, perhaps having one-click access to any form of Twitter from …

The Massive Digital Library of the Future Just Opened Its 'Doors'

After two and a half years of development, the Digital Public Library of America finally flipped the switch on and opened its website at DP.LA. …

This Amazing, Zoomable Universe-In-A-Browser Puts Everything In Perspective

And another one helps you see just how far it is to Mars.<p>From nanoparticles to galaxies, we can understand a lot about how our universe works--but it's hard to keep things in context. Can you really grasp how far you'd have to travel to reach Mars? Or wrap your head around the infinitesimally small …

The Popular Science Digital Archive Lets You Explore Every Science and Technology-Filled Edition Since 1872

<i>Popular Science</i> is the fifth oldest continuously-published monthly magazine—a long way of saying that the magazine has done a fine job of maintaining …

Adafruit debuts Circuit Playground: a show teaching kids about electronics (video)

Programs have a certain magic power over littluns, sending them into a trance-like state and then having them beg for merchandise afterwards. The perpetual tinkerers over at Adafruit don't expect you to <i>catch 'em all</i>, though, and have debuted their own show called <i>Circuit Playground</i> -- an educational …

It's World Backup Day: no time like the present to protect the past

There are two kinds of computer owners: those that backup their data, and those who will backup after they lose something irreplaceable. It's that last group for whom World Backup Day exists, and the special occasion has returned for a third year to make sure we all wind up in that first, very …

Evernote 5 hits Android with revamped camera, shortcuts and tweaked UI

Evernote has finally brought its Android client up to par with its iOS counterpart, pushing it to version five. The update, which just hit the Play store, includes a mild face lift that offers more contrast between notes and other UI elements, as well as a few new icons with a bit more depth and …

Chrome update brings improved spell checking to Windows, Linux and Chrome OS

A new stable release of Chrome is out today, bringing improved spell-checking to Google's browser. Mountain View announced the update on the <i>Chrome Blog</i>, explaining that it refreshed the dictionaries for all supported languages -- and adding support for Albanian, Korean and Tamil. Additionally, the …