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Apple may kill the headphone jack on the MacBook Pro

By Mix


Apple might be going all-in with the wireless revolution as the company is now allegedly considering killing the headphone jack on the MacBook Pro. 110 more words

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Google wants to show you inside 10 Downing Street

By Matthew Hughes


For all of my life, there’s been something secretive and distant about 10 Downing Street – the official residence of the Prime Minister and the headquarters of the British Government. 102 more words

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Siri can now call you an Uber

By Josh Levenson


If you’re a frequent Uber customer and your smartphone of choice is an iPhone running iOS 10, you’ll be glad to hear that you can now use Apple Maps and Siri to hail a ride from your location. 92 more words

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Facebook might be bringing public chat rooms to Messenger

By Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Back in 2014, Facebook introduced an app called Rooms, which allowed people to pseudonymously start and join interest-based public chats. However, it didn’t garner much traction and was shut down in 2015. 96 more words

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Microsoft has more open source contributors on GitHub than Facebook and Google

By Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Over the past couple of years, Microsoft has, under the reign of CEO Satya Nadella, embraced open source like never before. It’s a remarkable shift for the Redmond giant, which traditionally kept its trade secrets and powerful technologies behind closed doors. 85 more words

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GitHub boosts collaboration with project management and code review tools

By Abhimanyu Ghoshal


At its Universe conference in San Francisco, GitHub announced handy new features that have been added to its code repository hosting platform, which have been designed to make it easier to collaborate on software projects. 94 more words

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Watch Uber’s high-tech cabs drive themselves in Pittsburgh

By Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Last month, Uber announced that it would begin trialing self-driving cabs in Pittsburgh. The pilot program is now in full swing, and you can see these cars in action in the video above. 95 more words

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