AMP for email is a terrible idea

Google just announced a plan to “modernize” email, allowing “engaging, interactive, and actionable email experiences.” Does that sound like a terrible idea to anyone else? It sure sounds like a terrible idea to me, and not only that,

Why Is Yahoo Still So Bad At The Basics?

I’m reluctant to cite what I’m about to cite. It’s scathing. It’s scurrilous. It’s caustic criticism that seems often overblown and, in some cases, deliberately devoid of context. It’s the New York Times Magazine‘s condensation of Nicholas Carlson’s book about Marissa Mayer,

This Is The Worst App In The World

If you set out to build an incredibly annoying application, what would you create?If you are Daniel Zarick and Benedict Fritz, the answer to that question is The Shakedown. The app, borne out of Zarick’s torrid fever dream,

Anonymous Social App Cloaq Lets You Secretly Comment On Anything

The trend toward anonymous social applications may be on the downswing for some, but others believe there’s still a place for online discussions where users don’t have to reveal their real identity. Case in point: Cloaq,

Redbox To Kill Off Its Streaming Service Next Week

Well, that didn’t last long.18 months after opening its doors to the public, Redbox Instant (the online streaming arm of those Redbox kiosks you see in grocery stores around the country) is shutting down. The service will officially hit the lights and kill the servers on October 7th.

Jimmy Wales Blasts Europe’s “Right To Be Forgotten” Ruling As A “Terrible Danger”

Court of Justice that requires Google to consider information removal requests from individuals whose data its search engine has indexed. In comments emailed to TechCrunch, Wales described the ruling as censorship of knowledge — pure and simple. “In the case of truthful,

The Apple Watch And The Smartphone’s Second Act

The smartphone was supposed to free us from our computers. And it did, for a while. You didn’t have to sit at your desk to check your email! You could delete a voicemail without even listening to it first! Life was grand. Then, around the time that Apple introduced the App Store,

How The Hell Do I Clean A Pair Of Headphones?

Jolie Kerr is a cleaning expert and advice columnist. She'll be here every week helping to answer your filthiest questions. Are you dirty? Check the Squalor Archive for assistance. Are you still dirty? Email her.Read more...

Facebook Wants To BE Your Phone Number With New Message Requests

Someone might want you to call them, but if you don’t have their random string of digits, you can’t. And you could miss something extremely important if a person you’ve never met really needs to reach you. Facebook has a plan to fix all that.

Kill The Password

There are a myriad of problems with the password in the modern computing context. We are no longer signing onto a single mainframe. We have multiple applications in use across various platforms. That means we are forced to remember far too many passwords.

How Do You Solve A Problem Like Microsoft?

It’s great at business software and technology, but Microsoft still struggles to make coherent consumer products. The problem seems ingrained and cultural, starting with its constant reversion to ecosystem plays and through to its increasingly bizarre user interfaces.

An explosive breach of contract lawsuit against former Sequoia Capital partner Michael Goguen has be

Three-and-a-half years ago, a lawsuit hit the San Mateo, Ca. county courthouse that briefly attracted the attention of the worldwide venture capital community given its salacious nature. The defendant: longtime VC Michael Goguen, who’d spent 20 years with Sequoia Capital in Menlo Park, Ca.

Subscription email app Tempo hits the right minimalist notes

Email will likely never die, but if new apps can change how we think about using it, maybe it will feel like the worst parts have croaked. In the wake of popular apps like Inbox and Mailbox being sunsetted, like many I’ve been left rudderless trying to find an email client that fills the void. […]

Facebook employee dies after apparent suicide at company’s Menlo Park headquarters

An employee of Facebook died Thursday morning following an apparent suicide, Menlo Park police reported and the company confirmed. “We were saddened to learn that one of our employees passed away at our Menlo Park headquarters earlier today,” a Facebook spokesperson told TechCrunch in an email.

The Mate 30 is a moment of truth for Huawei

We’ve known this day would come for a long time town. Over the past several months, however, it feels like it’s arrived in slow motion.

The emergence of super apps in Latin America

Because of its vast population distributed in more or less similar countries regarding language, culture and religion, Latin America is an especially compelling region for the emergence of super apps.

Twitter launches its controversial ‘Hide Replies’ feature in the U.S. and Japan

Twitter’s controversial “Hide Replies feature, aimed at civilizing conversations on its platform, is launching today in the U.S. and Japan after earlier tests in Canada. The addition is one of the more radical changes to Twitter to date.

Readying an IPO, Postmates secures $225M from private equity firm GPI Capital

Postmates is expected to unveil its IPO prospectus this month.

Magic Leap is partnering with Turner sports and the NBA to stream games on an app

Magic Leap and the National Basketball Association are partnering with Turner Sports to show live games on its platform in an app that will be available to Magic Leap One ‘Creator Edition’ customers.The partnership announced onstage at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, Calif.

As ad dollars erode, tech investments point the way forward for networks

There’s no doubt that linear advertising revenues are going to decline in the coming years for big networks. Squeezed by Facebook and Google on one side, and impossible consumer expectations created by Netflix, Amazon and other streaming services on the other,

Salon’s Monero mining project might be crazy like a fox

In the age of altcoins, at least one news site is taking a novel approach to making ends meet. Salon announced today that it would give readers a choice between turning off ad-blocking software or “allowing Salon to use your unused computing power” in order to access their content.

hadoop学习笔记——基础知识及安装 - wishyouhappy

1.核心 HDFS 分布式文件系统 主从结构,一个namenoe和多个datanode, 分别对应独立的物理机器 1)NameNode是主服务器,管理文件系统的命名空间和客户端对文件的访问操作。

产品经理学习的系列知识

在人们眼中,他们是一帮漫天扯淡,画画原型,写写文档,整天在项目团队中指指点点,没事就爱开会,爱讲大局的一帮游手 […]

负面口碑不断 谷歌品牌形象从美国第1跌至19

今天的谷歌,业务无孔不入,并依靠安卓操作系统的王者地位,广泛渗透到人们生活的方方面面。

立竿见影!掌握单页网站设计的5大技巧

的确,单页设计已然是网页设计的大趋势了。许多流行的设计元素和设计方法都逐渐与这种网页设计手法融合到一起,越来越多的设计师和企业机构开始选择单页网站作为...

Argentine Court Rules Orangutan Is a "Non-Human Person"

First time accepted submitter Andrio writes In an unprecedented decision, an Argentine court has ruled that the Sumatran orangutan 'Sandra', who has spent 20 years at the zoo in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires, should be recognized as a person with a right to freedom. The ruling,

iOS开发-数据选择UIPickerView - Fly_Elephant

UIPickerView开发一般选择区域或者分级数据的时候会使用到,类似于前端中用到树状结构,不过PC上一般都是从上到下的分级,使用UIPickView是从左到右实现,可以动态的设置UIPickView中中行列数据,将结果显示在文本输入框里,简单的定义一下数据源。

狗衣服內置 LED 手機 App 操控隨時變色

由東京和紐約兩地攜手研發的 Disco Dog,是一件早前在 Kickstarter 集資成功的狗仔衫。最大特色是它擁有可以變色和顯示文字的 LED 燈,Disco Dog 不但美觀搶眼,還具備實際的安全考慮。閱讀全文

杭州新能源汽车产业展览会9月演绎汽车“新四化”

-- 智能化与电动化的支柱性作用 杭州2015年6月24日电 /美通社/ -- 2015年9月18日-20日,2015中国(杭州)国际新能源汽车产业展览会将在浙江世贸国际展览中心举办,生动阐释汽车“新四化”的发展趋势。

Still waiting for your Windows 10 upgrade? Get it now for free at a Microsoft Store

If you've been waiting on the Windows 10 update but haven't received a notification for the free upgrade, there's another way to get it on your computer. All you need to do is to schedule a free consultation at an Answer Desk at a Microsoft Store.

三星新入门机Galaxy Mega On配置曝光

最近一段时间,我们看到了不少关于即将亮相的三星Galaxy Mega On新机的消息,而 Galaxy Mega On也几乎会是三星全新Galaxy O系列两款新机的其中一款。

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