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Top Programming Languages That Will Future-Proof Your Portfolio

The most popular programming languages are used to code most of the applications in the world. Here are the 10 most popular now -- and insight into a …

Comet in night sky this month will be closest for 246 years

Comet P/2016 BA14 PanSTARRS – will soar past the planet at a distance of just 2.1 million miles, or nine lunar distances on March 22.<p>The last time a comet was this close to the Earth, Captain James Cook was sailing to Australia on board HMS Endeavour.<p>On March 22 this year, comet P/2016 BA14 …

50+ fresh resources for designers, February 2016

Hey there! This month’s roundup comes with some amazing freebies for you to download and try out; including line icons, material design assets, …

Optimize Your Build Environment Setup Procedure

If you’re new to the world of Android development or simply want to reformat and start from scratch, one of the first things you are going to want to …

Class A Amplifier - Class-A Transistor Amplifier Tutorial

Common Emitter (CE) amplifiers are designed to produce a large output voltage swing from a relatively small input signal voltage of only a few …

A New Fritzing–Now With Code View

If you’ve read some of our books, you probably know that many of our authors are big fans of Fritzing. It’s a fantastic tool (and a huge collection of components and boards you can use in your designs) for sketching out your circuits, but it can do much more. You can use Fritzing to prepare …

Cam Zink's Massive 360 Step-Down POV - Red Bull Rampage 2014

18-Foot Oarfish Livens Up A 'Leisurely Snorkel' In California

A snorkeler off the coast of California found more than she bargained for on the ocean floor Sunday, when she saw the large eyes of an 18-foot fish staring back at her. It turned out to be a dead oarfish, a mysterious creature known to live in waters thousands of feet deep.<p>The discovery at the …

Spitzer space telescope: Ten years of amazing views

As Nasa’s telescope celebrates its tenth anniversary of revealing the Universe’s dark side, we show some of the most memorable images it has captured.<p>Before the Spitzer space telescope launched on 25 August 2003, a lot lay hidden in the dark corners of the Universe. One of Nasa's four Great …

Spectacular landscapes in HQ

Earth is a spectacularly beautiful, diverse place: filled to the brim with millions of species of plants and animals, mindblowing features that seem …

A New American Rocket and Cell Phones in Orbit

Antares blasts off into a clear blue sky on Sunday, April 21st. (Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls.)<p><i>Today’s guest post is by Elliot Severn, one of</i> …

Soylent crowdfunding campaign attracts $755K so people can survive without food

6,144 people are willing to live without food.<p>The crowdfunding campaign for Soylent raked in $754,498, greatly exceeding its $100,000 goal and bringing humanity one step closer to an existence that doesn’t require actual food for survival.<p>Soylent is a controversial food replacement product that …

Amazing Resonance Experiment!

Heineken Wanted Beer Bottles To Be Bricks For People In Need

Beer and soda companies are doing bottle redesigns left and right lately, and like so many things these overhauls seem to be motivated by brand …

Alcohol

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XDA University: Building Your Own Android Rom

Development doesn’t always <i>quite</i> feel like development without the custom ROMs. They’re such a pivotal part of our mobile experience that a proper …

Mobile Development

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