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Great speakers make movies sound better (or Netflix shows). While you don’t need to buy the most expensive speakers on the market, you should consider investing in some well-built speakers if you want better sound. Bookshelf speakers are compact, relatively well designed (depending on the brand), and monetarily accessible. Here »03/17/2017, Paul Meyer
From the designer behind Trello and FogBugz (Anil Dash) comes a new website that allows coders to build apps based on existing code. The site is called Glitch (originally Gomix). If you want to build out an app that’s original and you’re decent with coding, you may want to read »03/14/2017, Paul Meyer
You might have heard about Pandora Premium a few months ago, but Pandora was slow to release the streaming music service. That day has come and Pandora Premium is now ready to contend with the likes of Spotify. Even though Pandora has some tough competition with Spotify, there’s still a »03/13/2017, Jim Lewis
Social media companies thrive on attention. So when something somewhat scandalous happens one has to wonder if it was intentional or a major and massive oversight. Tuesday was Women’s Day around the globe, so Snapchat decided to get in on the action by adding popular filters to images of »03/10/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, WikiLeaks dumped a massive amount of files on the Internet. Those files claim that the US Government (USG) has been using various devices to spy on certain people. The nature of this spying has a lot of tech companies (including Apple and Samsung) writing statements to its public today. »03/08/2017, Jim Lewis
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Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
Artificial intelligence in the form of phone assistance isn’t anything new at this point. Apple led the pack with Siri, but other companies have started to create these assistants too. The latest company to jump into the AI craze is Samsung. While Samsung tried creating an AI assistant a »03/20/2017, Steve Luck
If you’ve come within ten feet of a startup in the past year, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Slack. The team tool is one of the most popular tools within the startup realm. It’s also used in office settings (why walk across the room when you can just send someone »03/10/2017, Steve Luck
Mozilla never really caught on with the iPhone crowd, but the company isn’t giving up. This time around, Mozilla has created a new mobile browser called Firefox Focus, which is, essentially, a stripped down version of a browser. Here’s what Mozilla has decided to do to capture that fleeting »11/18/2016, Steve Luck
There comes a time in every hedge fund manager’s life when the FBI comes knocking. Maybe not every hedge fund manager’s life, but in many lives, that is. FBI agents are trained to solicit answers from people they need to get answers from. Hedge fund managers are not trained »11/01/2016, Danny Mills
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