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Long-standing basic graphics editing program, used throughout childhoods Read More
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Several years after Google launched Google Instant, they are killing the default search feature to bring search more inline with mobile devices.
After launching Google Instant — Google’s method of Read More
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Adobe today announced it would be killing off Flash by the end of 2020, and it called on several major sites for help with the hit.
It’s not the first time we’ve talked about Flash’s impending doom — Read More
Employees are no longer just employees. In some organizations, they are shareholders, they are contributors and they are asset providers. Top of all, they are even brand advocates as well.
We all know how popular and relevant BYOD (Bring Your Own Read More
Chhange is coming to MDN. In a recent post, we talked about updates to the MDN brand, and this time we want to focus on the upcoming design changes for MDN. MDN started as a repository for all Mozilla documentation, but Read More
If you've ever watched The Jetsons as a kid, you probably remember Rosie. The friendly robot that did all the chores in the house of the future. Who haven't dreamt of having one of their own?
50 years after the The Read More
Policy makers are grappling with net neutrality for the fourth time in a decade. Today Dropbox is participating in a Day of Action with other tech companies and privacy groups to bring attention to the importance of net neutrality policies Read More
If you’ve tried sharing your Instagram posts to other social media accounts in the last day or two, you may have noticed the available sharing options trimmed down slightly. As it stands, there are options for Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, Read More
While artificial intelligence for self-driving cars and virtual assistants gets a lot of attention, the past few months have seen a wave of AI advancements focused on the tasks of analysts. “Analyst” is a ubiquitous role, found in every industry Read More
This is my last weekly column for The Verge and Recode — the last weekly column I plan to write anywhere. I’ve been doing these almost every week since 1991, starting at the Wall Street Journal, and during that time, I’ve been fortunate enough to Read More