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OS X El Capitan is now available for download

Right on schedule, OS X EL Capitan is now available for download. It replaces OS X Yosemite, Apple’s radical redesign of its desktop (...)

30 essential books for business, marketing and social media

Most everything I’ve learned (and continue to learn) about marketing and the web has come via the inspiration and example of others—reading (...)

Two geniuses post selfies with stolen money, are promptly arrested

One Ohio couple has been arrested for allegedly robbing a bank — and publicly flaunting their stolen cash all over the place John (...)

Mark Zuckerberg addresses the UN, declaring universal internet access a global priority

Mark Zuckerberg addressed the UN today — twice — calling on the global panel to make universal internet access a priority. During (...)

7 lessons learned from organizing a hackathon

We have been running a successful business for several years now. Our company has a wonderful portfolio of successful clients, a growing (...)

Be a pro at keeping your team on track: The Project Management Certification Bundle

Managing a team under pressure can be overwhelming. You can learn proven strategies and methods in the Project Management Certification (...)

Facebook renames mobile and Web app as Free Basics, platform now supports HTTPS

After a barrage of criticism targeted at the Facebook-led initiative, the company announced today that it will now (...)

Before you learn to code, ask yourself why

This post originally appeared on the blog. I feel strongly about the current “learn to code” movement for a number (...)

Looking to grow? Catch these 5 experts at TNW Conference in New York

This November, The Next Web Conference in New York will attract 1,500 attendees from a huge range of industries. While the startups (...)

Yahoo Mail now lets you view messages and attachments side-by-side

Yahoo has launched an update to Mail for the desktop that lets you view both your email and attachments side-by-side — ending the (...)

It’s now easier to post text GIFs on Slack

GIFs are a wonderful way of expressing yourself on the Web, but sometimes you don’t want a full blown clip. Thankfully, posting (...)

Get ahead of the curve with the ‘Ultimate Data & Analytics Bundle’ — 97% off lifetime access to over 130 courses

Analytics can tell you what your customers like, what your competitors are doing right, and how you can cut costs. The ‘Ultimate (...)

VC Bill Gurley on on-demand startups: it’s the “same sh*t” as ’99

When it comes to naysayers and prophets in the Silicon Valley funding world, standing at the top of the heap is perhaps Benchmark (...)

Facebook is working on a 360-degree video app, report says

Facebook may be working on a new kind of virtual reality The company is creating a standalone app for immersive 360-degree videos, (...)

Apple won’t allow web views in tvOS and that’s a good thing

Developer Daniel Pasco explained in a blog post that Apple’s upcoming tvOS — which will power the new Apple TV — doesn’t support (...)

Get creative with the Makeblock Arduino Starter Robot Kit, now $79.99

Learning programming is way more fun when your code controls a robot. That is exactly the idea behind the Makeblock Arduino Starter (...)

Amazon will now publish reader-nominated authors from around the globe

Amazon has announced that it’s expanding Kindle Scout — its program to publish books from aspiring authors voted on by readers (...)

The iPad Pro Has A Stylus: The Steve Jobs Era Is Over

Apple Pencil has arrived with the new iPad Pro, which is aimed at business customers, especially designers and artists.Apple is debuting (...)

The Steve Jobs Era Is Over: The iPad Pro Has A Stylus

The new iPad Pro is aimed at business customers, especially designers and artists.Apple is debuting a new, supersized iPad called (...)

Win a MacBook Air!

Ready to enjoy 12 hours of battery life and high-speed computing with the MacBook Air – for free? If you fancy bringing this OS (...)

Meet the woman with a mission to turn England’s North into a tech powerhouse

Claire Braithwaite has a big job ahead of her. As Head of Tech North, the government-backed organization set up to develop the North (...)

Ghost’s blog platform finally got a big design upgrade

Ghost, the blog platform that came out of a Kickstarter after raising £196,000, today got a big visual update for the first time (...)

Last chance to buy SkyHub Cloud Unlimited Backup and the Mac Power User Bundle

SkyHub Cloud Unlimited Backup: Lifetime Subscription We all have a growing mountain of data to keep safe, making online backup a good (...)

Officelovin’: Tech startup offices are the new hiring tools

Among the perks that startup employees enjoy daily, a cool office is probably the fundamental one. Photos of expertly designed workplaces (...)

Why it may be harder than you think to make it as an independent developer

Anyone can make an app. You need look no further than TNW Deals to find tutorials on creating your own app for distribution into the (...)

The benefits of being selfish

None of us wants to feel like we’re being selfish. We all know we should have empathy for others and be helpful. But when it comes (...)

Meet the man searching for an A.I. that will solve everything

Elegized by so many science fiction writers, artificial intelligence has seen a procession of successes and breakthroughs over the (...)

Singaporean politicians win and lose at social media

SINGAPORE — As Singaporeans prepare to vote next week, local politicians have been stepping up their game on social media. When (...)

This Former YouTube Exec Is Taking On Internet Trolls

Trolls are everywhere, but one former tech exec has created a safe haven for online commenting.Anyone who has spent time online, especially (...)

Tumblr is making comments more readable for mobile, but it’s losing a touch of charm

Tumblr’s reblogging feature is getting an overhaul. Now, users will see in-line comments rather than a tree of shares and blockquote (...)

Uber lawsuit in California over drivers rights gets class action status

An Uber lawsuit in California asserting that drivers are employees — not contractors — has been granted class-action status. U.S. (...)

The sharing economy: sharing for money

The sharing economy is disruptive. It gives more power to both sellers and buyers. And it lowers prices while raising quality. But (...)

Women don’t excuse Ashley Madison’s deceitful fembots

Just in case you think we’ve exited the Uncanny Valley of affair site Ashley Madison, particularly its use of bots to cater to (...)

Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Cisco and more are designing an open-source video format

Seven of the largest tech companies have formed the new Alliance for Open Media, an open source project to develop new formats, (...)

Google will soon demote sites with full-page app install ads

On the mobile Web, app install pop-ups can interfere with your experience.  Google is taking steps to make sure they don’t, and (...)

Crashlytics rolls out Pinned Builds for developers who have multiple app versions

If you’re working on several builds of your app, tracking what’s going wrong — and where — can be tough. Crashlytics now has (...)

Google created an entirely new typeface for its snappy logo redesign

Google’s colorful new logo has the technology blogs abuzz, but there’s a lot more to it than a slick redesign. It’s a branding (...)


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