Rise of the RoboMasters | The Verge

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Source: Rise of the RoboMasters | The Verge

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Vivaldi 1.0 tries to reverse web browser simplification trend | Ars Technica

1qwR1s51Nby5U9Blink-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

How to Build a Smart, Connected Home with Stringify

1QKNnnG226R5vUThe 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

How To Sideload Kodi On iOS Without Jailbreak Tutorial | Redmond Pie

1pgLG7G223GWQoHere’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

Prompt debuts “a command line for the real world”

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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”

The Year’s 11 Biggest Hacks, From Ashley Madison to OPM | WIRED

1JvPogY1RHjBBw1JvPoxeEach 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

How to use Google’s Deep Dream to create hallucination-like images – Features

1Eg4hH5Artificially 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