Tag : The Next Web

Open Spotify links in Google Play Music with this handy Chrome extension

As the only TNW staffer currently residing in India, I find myself excluded from the music channel on our company’s Slack, where people share their favorite songs and new discoveries … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Craziest Aircraft Design Ever

The aircraft has been designed by a German company called IAT 21 Innovative Aeronautics.
The aircraft essentially consists of a fuselage, on which 4 propeller units are mounted. The … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Samsung launches new phone-to-phone ‘switch’ app to lure iPhone users

Samsung wants to make it effortless to ditch your old smartphone and switch to one of its new Galaxy handsets.

To this end, the company is launching a new transfer app that enables … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Facebook wants to be your next destination for streaming TV shows

After reluctantly admitting that it is indeed a media company last December, Facebook is starting to get into the business of producing content including original TV-quality shows and … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

How the cloud has changed education and training

A few years ago, the cloud was a promise to reduce costs of IT and improve flexibility and scaling by providing on-demand computing, storage and services to every organization.

Today, … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Facebook has a magical Harry Potter easter egg to celebrate the book’s 20th anniversary

The news that the Harry Potter series is twenty years old has left me saddened in the way only Dobby’s untimely death could. Has it really been that long? Apparently so.

To celebrate, … – The Next Web

June 26th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Get over 1.1 million graphics at your fingertips — for only $31

Ask any art pro…finding a stockpile of quality vector graphics to incorporate into your own projects is worth its weight in gold. They’re high quality, they’re versatile, and … – The Next Web

June 25th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Learn the art of manipulating data with this serious MATLAB training for only $27

When engineers and mathematicians need to get down to some hardcore computer modeling and data visualization, MATLAB is one of the prime programming languages and environments of choice. … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Google has killed off the ability to only back up Photos while charging

One of the most beloved features Google implemented in Photos was the ability to back up your image collection only while charging. But it seems Android users are in for a bitter disappointment … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Build cutting-edge websites from dozens of premium WordPress themes for under $40

Putting together a website means answering a lot of questions. What type of layout should the site have? How should users navigate? What added graphics or animated elements would you … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Avoid these mistakes when closing a big business deal

As a salesperson, you have one thing on your mind: closing as many deals as possible. Regardless of how much time you put into the sales process, it all comes down to the “final push.” … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Instagram is trying to get a little more personal with a favorite friends list

Instagram is rethinking the way you share on the platform. According to a report by The Verge, the company is testing a feature that allows you to share photos with just a limited group … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

This 3D-printed map from the original Legend of Zelda was worth every penny

The Legend of Zelda was the pinnacle of 1980s console games. Its sprawling levels spanned multiple regions and included desert, wetlands, and tree-lined forests. For the time, it was … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

It’s time to stop using video playback to measure battery life

When was the last time you bought a laptop  that lasted as long as advertised, especially if its a PC? Probably not any time recently.

Problem is, manufacturers continue to insist … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Bethesda is bleeding gamers dry, and I’ve had enough

In case you were lucky enough to miss Bethesda’s tepid showing at E3 2017, blockbuster RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is getting yet another re-release. This time, it’s coming out, … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

TRVL is the best travel platform you’re not using (yet)

From the moment I saw it, I was instantly enamored with TRVL. The brainchild of Dutch entrepreneur Jochem Wijnands, TRVL is a sort of mashup that turns each user into a travel agent … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

I trained a neural network to create CIA malware codenames

The Central Intelligence Agency is America’s best-known intelligence agency, but it’s still shrouded in secrecy. Thanks to Wikileaks, we’ve learned a lot about its internal workings, … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Tone-deaf cop addresses real-life shooting while playing video games

This week, a Seattle police officer chose to talk about the death of a pregnant woman at the hands of his fellow officers … while livestreaming a video game.

On June 18th, officers … – The Next Web

June 24th, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

10 Books Every Aspiring CEO Should Read

If being a leader was easy, then everyone would do it. What exactly sets apart those who reached the pinnacle of business achievement? What is their secret sauce?

As an aspiring … – The Next Web

June 23rd, 2017 Technology, The Next Web

Stephen Hawking says Earth is doomed; It’s time to move on

World renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking is urging the nations of Earth to resume sending manned missions to the moon. He wants us to engage in another space-race – one … – The Next Web

June 22nd, 2017 Technology, The Next Web