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My debt with you

Last week, my CTO explained to me and a group of people that his focus for the next few weeks was on our ‘technological debt’. I’d never heard the term before, and by the puzzled … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

This site helps you donate money to charities every time Donald Trump tweets

Donald Trump’s Twitter feed isn’t good for much, except perhaps as a psychological case study of what happens when you mix hubris, insanity, and unfathomable power, and drip-feed it … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Two dudes start ‘Uber for limousines’ to offer nearby strangers free rides

Stretch is not your ordinary ride-sharing service. It is a bit like Uber – except that it offers rides in limousines entirely free of charge.

But here’s the catch: Unlike Uber, … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

How Shoto takes the hassle out of tracking pictures taken at your wedding

I’m getting married later this year. While I’ve paid for a professional photographer to document the day, I’m conscious that my friends and family will be there, taking their own photographs … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Learn how to get any business purring with Salesforce certification training for under $60

Nothing you do in business ends up meaning more than establishing solid, respected relationships with your customers. That can be tougher than it sounds when you take into account all … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Economists have figured out how to extract the most profit from ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that impairs the functionality of a computer (for example, by encrypting files on the hard drive), and then demands the victim pay a ransom in order … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Stop dragging kids away from their screens

Every parent thinks it’s healthy for their kids to play outside. I want it for my kids, my parents wanted it for me, and my grandparents wanted the same for my parents. Right now, it’s … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Someone made a fidget spinner simulation so you can waste your day away

Forget about dishing out 10 bucks for a fidget spinner at your local convenience store: Someone has built a virtual simulator you can spin all you want entirely free of charge.

Developed … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Wordlift is helping robots understand what online articles are really about

Every year sees the birth of tens of thousands of new startups. This means it’s getting harder and harder to get some attention as a fledgling company. There simply aren’t enough journalists … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

This website displays the ever-fluctuating value of Bitcoin in real-time

The value of Bitcoin has been soaring uncontrollably over the last few months, especially during last week. But given the notorious volatility of cryptocurrencies, this glorious run … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

When Artificial Intelligence and Social Media Marketing Collide

Both artificial intelligence and social media marketing are getting a lot of attention nowadays because of their huge benefits and growth potential. They are benefiting both businesses … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

New exoskeleton stops elderly from falling over

Researchers at Scuola Sant’Anna in Italy and EPFL in Switzerland have developed a very unique type of exoskeleton: Instead of granting the user Iron Man-like super strength, their … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Snapchat now asks you to turn on location services to use basic filters

Snapchat has finally come up with a feature we dearly hope Facebook will not be cloning.

The company is now asking users to enable location services when using its basic filters. … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

This handy tool makes discovering beautiful Google fonts simple

An often overlooked Google product is Google Fonts. Not only do these look great and speed up the Internet, but they’re also completely free. The only downside is picking one to use … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

How a Virtual Education is Creating New Opportunities For K-12 Students

According to recent reports, the majority of K-12 schools in the US are unable to offer the quality course programs required for students to acquire essential computing skills. The … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

3 Tools to Keep Your Content Strategy Going Strong

Branded content has become a part of everyday life. Nowadays, it’s is perhaps the most favored way for businesses to express their unique stories to the world. It seems like it has … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

An ode to the old Nokia 3310’s indestructibility

Last week, the brand new Nokia 3310 went on sale in the UK. It’s the long-awaited remake of the iconic handset that occupied our pockets (and our hearts) way back in 2000.

People … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

7 Crazy Simple Steps To Massively Increase Your App Downloads

You have an app that could be the next big thing in the App Store. The only problem? There are over 2 million apps that are currently circulating in the App Store, which means that … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Find code errors before they wreck your project with this software QA and testing training

Developing software isn’t an exact science. Even after you’ve spent hours poring over line after line of code, it’s still likely you’ve got small errors that can lead to minor … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

The difference between investing and speculating

With Bitcoin cracking $2,500 per coin recently, it seems everyone has an opinion on what the future of the cryptocurrency is and whether it is a worthwhile investment. The hard truth … – The Next Web

May 29th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web