From Terrible to Sharable: The Best Photo Editing Apps, Chosen by You

When I got my first cell phone in 2004 (RIP Nokia block phone) everyone couldn’t stop oohing and aahing over the fact that rather than the slightly green tinted black and white of most other models available at the time, its screen was in glorious color. Today, our phone screens are not only in color, but have clear and vibrant resolutions that surpass the quality of many of the digital cameras that were available at the time.

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Microsoft releases fourth Windows 10 preview in a row with only bug fixes and improvements

Microsoft today started rolling out a new Windows 10 preview build for people participating in the fast ring of the Windows Insider Program. Build 15060 arrives just two days after Microsoft released build 15058. This is the fourth consecutive preview build with no big new features. There are only bug fixes.

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iOS 11 Could Purge Over 200,000 Apps

While Apple’s next major installment of iOS won’t officially be unveiled for another few months, a new analysis that was issued recently has suggested that the company’s ‘iOS 11’ update could end support for hundreds of thousands of apps that are currently available to users on the App Store.To…

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Mobile Apps, Amazon Alexa, Cloud Services

This is the sixth and final blog post in a series examining technologies such as MongoDB and REST APIs that are driving the development of modern web and mobile applications.
Modern Application Stack – Part 1: Introducing The MEAN Stack introduced the technologies making up the MEAN (MongoDB,…

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Now (Almost) Any Restaurant Can Offer Mobile Ordering

In July 2015, Avanti Commerce helped Subway launch mobile ordering at 27,000 of its U.stores, making it at the time the largest restaurant chain to support mobile ordering. Now it’s bringing some of that same technology to smaller outfits. While Subway’s rollout was somewhat novel, these days the mobile ordering of food is commonplace.

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EVGA’s SC17 Gaming Laptop Gets G-Sync, Still Waiting For Kaby Lake

EVGA announced that its flagship gaming laptop, the SC17, now has Nvidia G-Sync onboard. The SC17 still features the same components from the recent Nvidia Pascal refresh, with an Intel Core i7-6820HK, 32GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, a 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD (with 1TB HDD storage), and the mobile version of the GTX 1070.

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