Sony`s KOOV is a 300+ piece coding kit for kids to bring blocky robots to life
Sony is getting into the STEM education game with KOOV, a coding kit containing more than enough sensors, actuators, and electronic parts to bring blocky Minecraft-like robots to life.
Dami Lee   The Verge
Apple HomePod "gotcha" you need to know BEFORE you buy one
As with pretty much anything (and by that we mean, literally, everything) Apple releases, the HomePod was met with much fanfare and excitement.
Adam Green   Komando.com
How to Build Your Own App If You Don`t Know How to Code
There was a time when creating your own website, starting your own online store, or launching your own app would have required either advanced coding skills or enough money to hire someone with said skills. These days though...
Michael Franco   Lifehacker
Become a Deep Learning Coder From Scratch in Under a Year
Machine learning (aka A.I.) seems bizarre and complicated...
Nick Douglas   Lifehacker
A Comprehensive Guide To Mobile App Design
More than ever, people are engaging with their phones in crucial moments.
Nick Babich   Smashing Magazine
BASIC Turns Fifty
This article is a blast from the past, but still relevant!!
Alex Blewitt   InfoQ
Google BigQuery helps companies of any size analyse their datasets
So-called “big data” – the concept of us all creating an ever-increasing amount of data and requiring it processed and analysed – is a hot topic at the moment, both among big companies and startups looking to get an edge in the sector.
Chris Alexander    Developer Fusion
Biggest software leak in iPhone history revealed. Are you really at risk?
Software and hardware design leaks are nothing new. And for big tech companies like Apple, they`re almost inevitable.
Francis Navarro    Komando.com
Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: Feb. 9, 2018
For your weekend reading, here are some of the most popular stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this week.
Data Center Knowledge   Data Center Knowledge
How to delete Windows 10 diagnostic data collected by Microsoft
With Build 17083, Windows Insiders can now delete the data collected by Microsoft for diagnostics. Here`s how...
Conner Forrest    TechRepublic
Internet of Things in Healthcare: What are the Possibilities and Changes
Technology has disrupted every industry including healthcare, business, finance and others...
Ray Parker    ReadWrite
The Fast Pace of Facial Recognition Innovation
Facial recognition technology has finally begun to enter the science fiction landscape we had all dreamt it would soon do.
Kyle Ellicott    ReadWrite