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How Seesaw accidentally became a teacher’s pet at 1/4 of US schools


 Seesaw’s educational app lets students save and share their assignments with their teachers, parents, and fellow classmates.

7 can't-miss apps: BitTorrent Now, 'Hyperburner,' Radar and more


With the House of Representatives sit-in blowing up social media and Instagram introducing new video channels, you may have missed some of this week's latest app news.

How to Install Android Apps on Chromebook


How to Install Android Apps on Chromebook is a post by Kevin Purcell from Gotta Be Mobile. For the first time users can install Android apps on Chromebook thanks to an update to ChromeOS that now includes the full Google Play Store.

Latin America smart city market to grow 19% by 2020


Latin America’s smart city market will jump nearly 20% in the next four years driven by urbanization and major smart infrastructure investments.

Make Crunchy "Fried" Ice Cream Without Frying It At All


Fried ice cream is the perfect marriage of dichotomies. It’s crunchy and creamy, hot and cold, and utterly delicious, but it’s not really something I want to mess with at home.

Three alternative apps for benchmarking your Android phone


Finding out just how well your Android phone performs can be a tricky business but with these apps you'll learn about (This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)

Latest round of leaked iPhone 7 photos show new (larger) cameras for both 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch model


The latest round of iPhone 7 images, via NowhereElse.fr, once again purportedly show new camera components for Apple’s upcoming flagship phone lineup.

Termites were farming 25 million years ago — long before humans


When it comes to farming, termites are OG. By searching through cliffs in southwestern Tanzania, researchers have discovered fossilized "fungus gardens" created by termites 25 million years ago, reports The Washington Post.

Surface 3 Tablet Stock Dropping, as Manufacturing Rate Decreases


Microsoft Surface 3 has been selling for a while now, but it is an odd creature, compared to the rest of the Surface lineup.

Human-in-the-loop deep learning will help drive autonomous cars


GUEST: In a not-too-distant future, autonomous cars, driven largely by AI systems, will hit the road in large numbers.

Snowden's email provider confirms it was an investigation target


It's a poorly kept secret that officials targeted Lavabit's secure email service as part of their investigation into Edward Snowden's leaks.

Facebook Hires Ex-Google Fiber GM To Boost Connectivity Plans


Social networking giant Facebook has hired Kevin Lo, the former General Manager for Google Fiber, as its new Director of Infrastructure Connectivity and Investments.

Making a Convincing Ant Man Helmet Out of Found Materials


Mikaela Holmes improvises a sweet Ant Man helmet using trash and found objects. Read more on MAKE The post Making a Convincing Ant Man Helmet Out of Found Materials appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Details about Darth Vader’s role in Star Wars: Rogue One revealed


See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo Darth Vader is returning to the Star Wars universe in Disney’s first spinoff later this year and details about how large of a role he’ll play have been revealed.

Interview: Wynonna Earp‘s Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Katherine Barrell On The Finale and Defying The Lesbian Death Trope


Spoilers for season 1 of Wynonna Earp within. After a debut season full of sci-fi sass, action and romance, Wynonna Earp‘s season finale was exactly what we’ve come to expect from Emily Andras and her talented crew.

Gone Home creators have gone to outer space with Tacoma


One of the most promising indie games coming for Microsoft’s platforms is Tacoma, the latest from the creators of Gone Home at the Fullbright Company.

An Easy Way to Make Cheesy Garlic Fries On the Grill


Hey, do you like garlic French fries topped with cheese? Cool, same. Good thing you can learn this super easy way to cook some up at your next barbecue or car camping trip, from the folks at Delish.

Novelist John Sundman talks CRISPR, genetics, and logic bombs


 Novelist John Sundman is a national treasure. His best work, Acts of the Apostles, predicts CRISPR, advanced genetic engineering, and chip-based Trojan Horses and his writing is at once dense and thrilling.

Facebook and Google may be using copyright scanners to suppress 'extremist' speech


The systems that automatically enforce copyright laws on the internet may be expanding to block unfavorable speech. Reuters reports that Facebook, Google, and other companies are exploring automated removal of extremist content, and could be repurposing copyright takedown methods to identify and suppress it.

Use These Secret Codes to Unlock Hidden Features on Your iPhone


Since the earliest days of cellular technology, secret codes have been embedded into the software of our mobile devices, and they’re still in place today.


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