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The Latest Web Design Tools Made To Focus On Design

Web design tools have not been keeping up. Trends are evolving so fast designers cannot keep up using traditional tools. As a result, Designers are …

Web Design

Google Street View comes to Petra

Users can view 30 historical sites around the country, including the dramatic landscape of Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, which lies just 150 miles south of Amman, the Jordanian capital.<p>The featured attractions were selected in collaboration with Queen Raina Al Abdullah of Jordan, …

Google Street View

Scientific glassblower crafts a Christmas bauble

Filter Out The Top Million Websites With This Search Engine

Ad By Carbon Ads<p>Joshua Schnell | Monday, December 9th, 2013<p>The funny thing about content on the internet is that the best pages and content is …

The Siri trivia challenge: how many of these 50 things did you know Siri could do?

<i>PhoneBuff</i> has put together an interesting video showcasing fifty things Siri can do now, and we think there’s a pretty high chance you won’t be aware of all of them. It’s getting on for eight minutes long, but well worth a look if you want to make sure you’re getting the most out of Apple’s virtual …

Scary smart! Clever crocodiles, alligators use sticks to lure prey

As if crocodiles and alligators weren't terrifying enough, scientists have discovered that these ancient, sharp-toothed beasts are incredibly cunning. So clever that they use lures to trap and gobble unsuspecting birds.<p>The discovery in two crocodilian species — mugger crocodiles and American …

My Must-Have iPad Apps, 2013 Edition – MacStories

<i>For the past three years, I’ve been running a series called “My Must-Have Mac Apps” that, once a year, would list the apps that I found indispensable on my Mac. This year, considering the changes that I went through from a workflow perspective, I thought it would be appropriate to start focusing on</i> …

Apps

The iPhone concept that will make you fall in love with skeuomorphism

Since the very beginning of graphical user interfaces, real-world objects have been used as visual metaphors to represent computer-based interactions. That's the premise behind the name of the Windows operating system and terminology like 'desktop,' 'folders,' and 'newsstand.' Turning that idea on …

Top Bitcoin exchange explains virtual currency in simple web tutorial

Leading Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has released a new website that provides a simple explanation of what Bitcoin actually is. The site, Bitcoins.com, is essentially a tutorial on the virtual currency, a single unit of which last week reached the price of $1,000 for the first time ever last week. Mt. …

Potato power: the spuds that could light the world

With a simple trick, the humble spud can be made into a battery, so could potato powered homes catch on?<p>Mashed, boiled, baked or fried? You probably have a preference for your potatoes. Haim Rabinowitch, however, likes his spuds “hacked”.<p>For the past few years, researcher Rabinowitch and colleagues …

Clean Energy

Supreme Court to hear case on separating church and state

WASHINGTON — When Susan Galloway, who is Jewish, and Linda Stephens, an atheist, complained about the Christian prayers at town board meetings in Greece, N.Y., they were told they could "leave the room or just not listen," Galloway said.<p>"We felt like outcasts," Galloway said. "We are not …

Project Loon: Google's stratospheric Internet plan

The technology giant is launching another one of its 'moonshot' projects, an attempt to beam down wireless Internet signals to remote and rural communities with poor access to broadband connections

Project Loon

Street Smarts

How intelligent roads—not just cars—will change transportation.<p>Every year, cars become more sophisticated. They can adapt to the speed of traffic, generate power from braking, and even park themselves. But the roads are pretty much made of the same stuff that was under your grandparents' wheels, …