Your eyes can’t show you what’s happening inside a circuit, but a meter can. Every meter has a “common” socket, color-coded black and labeled “com.” Plug the black probe into this socket. You’ll also a
Love impressing your pals with all there is to know about computer science? Or perhaps state geography is more your thing? MIT Media Lab, in partnership with Deloitte and the data visualization startup
Experts say Apple could easily make changes to future devices that truly prevent it from helping law enforcement access data. Apple could easily make changes to the upcoming iPhone 7 that would render
Everyone knows why company group chats are great. Here at TNW we love our Slack channels. General announcements, LOL and discussing the ever-important “Who’s making drinks this Friday?” convos. But sometimes,
Fortunately, your chances of being audited by the Internal Revenue Service are pretty slim. Less than 1 percent of taxpayers were audited in 2014. The number of audits is expected to decline even further
Who knew. A secret iPhone hack has emerged that makes seeking out solid signal easier by showing you how good your connection is in a number rather than an antiquated bar chart system. It's surprisingly
Matthew Butterick knows how to present a case. A Harvard-trained designer turned civil litigation lawyer, Butterick is on a one-man mission to bring better design and typography to the legal profession.
Symmetry has long been an important part of architecture–see the classical architects who revered it, and the Modernists who rejected it. Research suggests that part of this longstanding fascination with
The best single piece of advice I've ever received as a photographer wasn't about technique. It was about equipment. It came from my friend and photo-mentor Candice Cusic, a wedding photographer and photojournalist
What happens if you take a sophisticated, artificially intelligent software programme, feed it 2 million clickbait news articles, and then ask it to write its own? You get something a lot like Click-o-Tron.
Basically, the way Magic Leap works is that you use its still-very-secretive system to project 3D, interactive holograms onto your eyeballs. At least from its first teasers, Magic Leap looks very similar
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Netflix on the deck? No problem. Sadly, we're not yet living in an age of ubiquitous high-speed Wi-Fi access — there are still Internet black spots hiding in distant basement corners and the edges of yard
No matter how much you like your email app, there’s probably something you’d change about it. A new client named N1 wants to bring you the changes you want — or let you design them yourself. Developed
And it's not just happening in Silicon Valley, but in cities all over the country — like Austin, LA, and New York. But which cities have the highest paying tech jobs? Hired, a job placement marketplace
Best Practices for Minimalism This essay is excerpted from the ebook Interaction Design Best Practices: Mastering the Tangibles by Jerry Cao, Kamil Zieba, and Matt Ellis of UXPin, a UX design platform.