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8 Steps to Build Your In-House Documentation System

In this present age of information outburst, there is more sense when you have a system established to assist you in filing your data systematically. One of the underlying cause that most office works get removed out of gear is because there is a problem in the data management practices, […]

Kotlin Is Google’s Preferred Programming Language For Writing Android Apps

Google suggests using Kotlin programming language to build a new Android app In May 2017, Google at I/O 2017 had announced Kotlin as an officially supported language in its Android Studio IDE that would make it easier for developers to create apps for Android, while also speeding up the development […]

Blockchain startup creates a decentralized ‘Pirate Bay’ alternative

Cryptocurrency startup wants to build a decentralized and searchable torrent database that’s impossible to block While anti-piracy agencies and mounting legal pressure have made many several pirated torrent websites close down its shutters, a new cryptocurrency startup has now come up with a novel idea to use blockchain technology to save […]

AMD Launches Combat Crate Hardware Bundles For Gamers

AMD made it easy to build a Gaming PC with its Combat Crate bundle Thanks to crytominers, the GPUs (graphics processing units) have seen a surge in demand for running cryptocurrency mining rigs. However, the low supply of GPUs has propelled the available units in the market to be highly […]

Google buys GIF search platform Tenor

Google acquires GIF sharing platform, Tenor to build up image search Google Inc. has announced its acquisition of Tenor, a GIF keyboard and search engine for Android, iOS and desktop, that will make it easier for users to find and share GIF images. For those unaware, Tenor is a San Francisco-based […]

Learn To Build Your Own Supercomputer With Raspberry Pi 3 Cluster

Create your own supercomputer with Raspberry Pi 3 cluster for parallel computing Ever since the first generation of Raspberry Pi was released in 2012, as a single chip processor running on ARM11 and clocked at 700 Mhz, it has continued to remain popular and the perfect tool for students, artists, […]

Advanced Android Flavors Part 4 — A New Version

This is the fourth article in my ‘Advanced Android Flavors’ series.The first one is here.The second one is here.The third one is here. Not too long ago, Gradle release version 3.0.0 of its plugin and with it came some cool but breaking changes. I’ll try to summarize the things we need […]