Idris Olumide Shobanke

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The Best 20 Pictures of a Programmer’s Life

Today when I was searching for some articles on internet and I found this awesome collections of programmer’s life on a <b>blog</b>.<p>Here is the best <b>20</b> …

10 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do

You may be missing out on some of the iPhone's most powerful features.<p><b>1. Take Siri to School</b>Tired of Siri pronouncing things wrong? Next time she screws something up, tell her "That's not how you pronounce X," and then pronounce it for her. She'll give it another try, and offer you a few options …

Batteries

Dutchman, 91, returns Holocaust honour to Israelis after six relatives killed in Gaza

Henk Zanoli was honoured by the Israeli authorities due to his family's efforts to save a Jewish child during the Nazi genocide<p>A 91-year-old Dutch man who was awarded a prestigious honour by the State of <b>Israel</b> for his family's role in saving a Jewish child from the Holocaust has returned his prize …

Israel

Iranian officials say they have armed Hamas for fight with Israel

Two senior Iranian officials told an Arabic-language television channel Monday that Tehran has supplied missile technology to Hamas for its fight against Israel.<p>Revolutionary Guard commander Mohammad Ali Jafari warned in an interview with the Arabic channel of Iran's state Al-Alam television that …

Middle East

The biggest productivity killer is that there’s an app for that … and that … and that, too

Have you ever tried using a mobile app to get work done outside the office, only to realize you needed to use another app to actually complete the task? What started as a quick to-do ends up taking far longer than you expected. There are thousands of solutions on the market today, but a glance at …

How wearables are driving the rethinking of notifications

At their recent developer conferences, Apple and Google introduced new facilities in their mobile operating systems that will serve as aggregation points for a rich stream of data from wearables. But the more important stream to manage may be the path back from the phone.<p>In these early days of …

Will Free Online Courses Ever Replace a College Education?

Two years into their existence, MOOCs haven't stolen students away from brick-and-mortar universities. Instead, they've become a genre of their own.<p>It’s 10:44 am on a Tuesday, and I’m lounging at home in my pajamas, sipping chamomile tea. I am, at the same time, taking a class at Harvard. Professor …

Putin’s Dangerous Proxy War

Vladimir Putin has been playing a dangerous game in Eastern Ukraine. On Thursday, it backfired badly.<p>Ever since seizing Crimea earlier this year, the Russian president has been offering tacit – and sometimes more direct – support to pro-Russian separatist groups battling the Ukrainian government. …

Merkel in the Middle

Can Germany patch things up between Putin and Obama?<p>During the Cold War, it was a rare occurrence when the leader of the Soviet Union met with the U.S. president or the West German chancellor. These days hardly a week goes by, it seems, without Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel bumping into each …

Saudi Arabia rejects Security Council seat, lashes U.N. as failure

A day after the<p>United Nationselected Saudi Arabia to a prestigious seat on the Security Council, the Saudi leadership refused to accept the position and lashed out at the world body for "double standards" and failure to protect peace.<p>It was a stunning and unprecedented rebuke of the U.N. Security …