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Google’s new site lets engineers tell the backstory of some of its best products

You know what Google does as a company, but do you know how they do all of it? Probably not, but there’s now a website where Google (...)

10 lessons learned from a year of blogging

Blog growth is frustratingly slow for many people. Here’s a look back one year after coming on to the blog at Yotpo, about what (...)

Amazon is trying to deploy delivery drones, so why is its approach to TV so predictable?

Is nobody else tired of the ‘x people compete for prize in x industry’ format? Models, drag queens, ‘entrepreneurs,’ bachelors, (...)

With one line of code, Apple just made everyone aware of its ‘d’

“There’s more to love with every click” takes on entirely new meaning if you forego the spacing between the “c” and “l.” (...)

Snapchat’s new face swap filter means you’ll never sleep again

When Snapchat first debuted Lenses in September, funny as they were, one couldn’t help but be feel at least a little creeped out (...)

Sony’s new VR control patent looks like something out of ‘Tron’

Ready to feel like you’re in the future? If a new patent from Sony comes to fruition, you might be able to strap on your VR goggles (...)

How A 1990 Hardy Boys Book Presaged The Future Of The Internet

In the early days of the World Wide Web, this mystery novel dealt with computer hacking, designer poisons, and email surveillance.Late (...)

Twitch now replays with chat, so you can feel a part of the action

The cool thing about livestreaming platform Twitch is that, if you want, you can relive the action of a given stream on a broadcaster’s (...)

Marketing the TNW Way #8: Google Tag Manager, we’re in love!

In this series of blog posts, I’ve enjoyed shedding some light on how we approach marketing at The Next Web through Web analytics, (...)

Master social media marketing and SEO with the Ultimate Package for Business Success

Despite what mom and her adorable kitten videos may believe, “going viral” is no easy feat. There’s an entire industry behind (...)

Facebook brings 360 streaming video to Samsung Gear VR and invests in ‘Social VR’

Facebook’s continued fascination with VR reached new heights today, as CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke of the company’s new initiatives (...)

Giving young people a chance to grow up without online shame

Not long ago Jane Clementi was simply a mom of three sons, a part-time nurse and an active member of her Ridgewood, New Jersey, (...)

Tesla now owns and all is right with the world

Tesla now has a domain name that makes sense. If you wanted to check out Tesla’s auto lineup, you had to navigate your browser to (...)

World’s cheapest smartphone crashes internet and enrages competitors

Its unbeatably low price tag sounds too good to be true but that hasn’t deterred more than 600,000 people per second from heading (...)

Facebook enhances video metrics for its budding group of content creators

Facebook’s decision to go all-in on video seems like its paying off — you can’t scroll through your Newsfeed anymore without (...)

Site-starter deal roundup: Master SEO, marketing and more

While there is no secret trick to guarantee a successful website, you can stack the deck in your favor with high-level instruction (...)

YouTube has acquired BandPage to help creators monetize their channels

In a move that should make its creators happy, YouTube has acquired BandPage. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. BandPage helps (...)

Google gives Forms a makeover with new notifications and insights

Google Forms power users will have a lot to celebrate today, especially if they use the handy tool for workplace or education purposes. (...)

#RIPTwitter? Calm down – algorithmic tweets won’t ruin Twitter

What’s happening? The Twitter-sphere has got itself into a tizzy over a report from BuzzFeed that algorithmically-sorted tweets (...)

Conquer electronics prototyping platform Arduino with this $15 course guide

A confident knowledge of robotics can make a virtual god of men in today’s rapidly evolving tech world, offering the ability to (...)

8 habits of veteran UX designers

This post was brought to you by Adobe and Creative Cloud, building apps that help you design websites and mobile apps faster.One of (...)

Conquer Python with this $39 Programming Bootcamp

Python is a widely-used general purpose programming language, which drives a great many of your favorite sites across the Web. For (...)

London versus Berlin: Which startup ecosystem will lead Europe?

Comparing two cities’ startup scenes is difficult. A number of companies use various methods and combinations of metrics to produce (...)

Even Adobe is dropping Flash from its own products

It’s pretty obvious Adobe Flash is dying, but the company has avoided ever publicly saying as much. Today, however, it’s dropping (...)

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