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You can now play around with Microsoft’s vision for the future of the web
Microsoft first unveiled its Fluid Framework earlier this year as the future of web collaboration and shared or interactive services.
Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion with ‘opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS’
After reports last week, Google has confirmed this morning that it will acquire Fitbit for the sum of $2.1 billion… Find out more here.
Heres a review of Pixal 4 and 4 XL
Microsoft thinks we should have 3 day weekends
See if you agree with a 4-day working week here.
You can now use Azure to manage resources anywhere, including on AWS and Google Cloud
Microsoft announced a major step in the evolution of its hybrid cloud story.
The robot that feeds you tomatoes while you run!
We’ll have neural interfaces in less than 5 years
Find out what Ctrl-labs CEO Thomas Reardon had to say at Web Summit 2019 earlier this month to understand exactly how the brain-machine interface works here.
Project Silica proof of concept stores Warner Bros. ‘Superman’ movie on quartz glass
Microsoft and Warner Bros. have collaborated to successfully store and retrieve the entire 1978 iconic “Superman” movie on a piece of glass roughly the size of a drink coaster, 75 by 75 by 2 millimetres thick.
Most Popular Programming Languages 1965- 2019
Build your Location-Based Augmented Reality Web App
A tutorial for building Location-Based Augmented Reality apps that run on every browser, without any installation on your phone. For free.
Typescript and Redux. My tips.
There is a lot of approaches to write typings of state and actions. Have a look at some that could save you time here.
UX Design - How To Get Your First Job!
84 Cognitive Biases that will Help You Design Better-Converting Products
As product people, we should take advantage of these biases to create better products.
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