Blink-powered brainchild of Opera’s former chief hits version 1.0 milestone.
Source: Vivaldi 1.0 tries to reverse web browser simplification trend | Ars Technica
A leading creator of VR web standards gives a no-nonsense interview on what’s standing in the way of the future.
Source: Why A Virtual Reality Web May Never Happen
The problem with investing in smart, connected devices like Wi-FI color-changing light bulbs, internet-enabled power strips, and wearables like Fitbits is that you need a dozen apps for them all. Stringify is an iPhone app (Android is on the way) that links all of it together. Imagine it: one app to manage them all, one app to automate them. Here’s how to set it up.
Source: How to Build a Smart, Connected Home with Stringify
Here’s a tutorial on how to sideload and install Kodi on iOS – iPhone and iPad – without the need for jailbreak. Yup, no jailbreak is required for this to work.
Source: How To Sideload Kodi On iOS Without Jailbreak [Tutorial] | Redmond Pie
In a world suffering from app overload, the Y Combinator-backed startup Prompt introduces a different way to interact with services, make purchases, or even..
Source: Prompt debuts “a command line for the real world”
Each year hacks get bigger and louder, and 2015 was no different. But this year the hacking news collided with the government’s encryption/backdoor debate.
Source: The Year’s 11 Biggest Hacks, From Ashley Madison to OPM | WIRED
Create an Equalizer for All Audio in Mac OS X
Source: Create an Equalizer for All Audio in Mac OS X
Artificially intelligent neural networks can not only identify images, they can be used to generate images Hieronymus Bosch would have been proud of.
Source: How to use Google’s Deep Dream to create hallucination-like images – Features