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We’ve reached a point in our digital world where it’s safe to assume that we’re living in the ‘Experience age.” People are constantly looking for experiences that feel new, meaningful and relevant to them. So it’s not surprising to say that they are...
The Most Notable Design Trends for 2019
Being Judged Based on Your Website Consider what your readers need. You have no room for false impressions, second guesses or a misunderstanding in design. Communications is the internet, and words, images and colors are what drive it. Put yourself ...
5 Critical Factors Every High-Grade UX Developer Must Keep in Mind
Should you check around the arena of UX developers, you’re certain to find any number of designers claiming to be better than the others. But, there are certain critical factors that set the high-grade, experienced developers apart from their less c...
Linux For Dummies: Beginners Guide
The basics of linux. Its history, why you should use it, what you need to have, and the basic in's and out's of the OS.What is Linux?Much the same as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OS X, Linux is an operating system. An operating system i...
5 Luxury Tech Gadgets You Can Buy in Canada
The luxury industry has invaded the tech world, too. Buying a new tech gadget is expensive enough, but consider getting that iPhone or the tablet computer plated in gold or encrusted with diamonds. Yes, really. If you are rich enough, there’s nothin...
All-In-One 3D Printer Lets You Replicate Almost Anything You Want [VIDEO]
This printer is called FLUX and it has a 3D printing system with a built-in 3D scanner, allowing you to print just about anything you want. Check out more about it over here:http://kck.st/11eNK3P
The Stuxnet Worm Had an Older More Evil Twin
The Stuxnet worm wasn't the only super secret worm around. Turns out, it had an evil secret twin. According to a report published in Foreign Policy, the original Stuxnet variant was a more sophisticated and potentially more powerful worm than Stuxn...
IBM Will Spend $1 Billion To Promote Linux To Compete With Windows..Again
IBM announced that they have committed $1 billion to convince its customers to use Linux - a freely available open source OS that competes with Windows, according to The Wall Street Journal's Don Clark.This is not the first time IBM is promoting Lin...
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