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At 43, Isabella Rossellini was sacked as the face of Lancôme. Now, 20 years on, she’s been rehired. She talks movies, her mother, Ingrid Bergman, and her rollercoaster life In 1996, when Isabella Rossellini
In part 1 of this tutorial, we talked about the basic overview of Unreal Engine and getting a first person shooter game started, in part 2 we will go in depth with “graphs” along with blueprints, level
We thought we’d have a little fun this week. As you’re probably well aware, April Fools’ Day was yesterday, and we figured it was a good time to show you what we consider to be the perfect smartphone.
Three teenagers have built a nifty summary tool that could potentially help high-school students study more efficiently and save hours of reading. Available for iOS, Summize is an intelligent summary that
Minesweeper, anyone? We often get nostalgic for the Windows 95 era, an age when the internet was fast becoming mainstream and Minesweeper was all you needed to stave off boredom. Anyone who shares these
The online world is becoming an ever-more-important piece of our societal existence. In the US, people have become so glued to their phones that 10% of all pedestrian emergency room visits are now from
Adobe nixed the Creative Cloud requirement for its mobile photo-editing software. Adobe ditched the Creative Cloud requirement for Lightroom mobile on iOS back in October, and now it's doing the same Android.
Li-Fi, a super-fast alternative to Wi-Fi, has been proven capable of sending data at up to 1GBps in real-world tests. At that speed, 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi technologies, a high-definition
That year, Evernote passed 30 million registered users, brought its total funding to $270 million, and seemed like a sure-fire candidate to hit the public market in the coming years. Fast forward three
If you have ever wanted to write your own Android app, for fun or for profit, you are probably going to need to do some programming. There are lots of different ways to write Android programs but the language
Things are busy at Microsoft Garage, where the company’s employees share experimental projects they’ve been working on. The most recent release is Picturesque Lock Screen, a free Android app that adds
The speed and scale of the smartphone revolution has been nothing short of incredible. The dream of equipping every human on the planet with a direct conduit to our collective knowledge in the shape of
There are several different companies that design microprocessors. There is Intel, AMD, Imagination (MIPS), and Oracle (Sun SPARC) to name a few. However, none of these companies is known exclusively their
Apple today announced its Q4 2014 earnings results reporting that the company earned $42.1 billion in revenue and $8.5 billion in profit during the quarter. “Apple® today announced financial results for
Another very cool item hidden within CEATEC, Japan's biggest tech show, was the Tempescope. The team behind it call it "an ambient physical display that visualizes the weather, inside your living room"
But parents had to raise a lot of money to seal this deal. “Is Apple giving us a discount?” asked a fellow PTA member. No, we were told. Apple doesn’t give discounts, not even to schools. In the end, decided
Have you ever wished you could just get rid of the annoying popup message on a site that is blocking the actual content? BehindTheOverlay is a Chrome extension that does exactly that. You can grab it from
The zeitgeist summed perfectly in one technological artifact, which is a VHS tape promoting Windows 95, starring Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry. Wow. Just. Wow. This image is bouncing around on Twitter
At the Googleplex in Mountain View sits a team within the Search Features department that creates all the Google Doodles for the whole world. Ever since co-founder Sergey Brin sketched out a simple Burning