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There’s plenty to think about when it comes to cameras, though something you might not be aware of is the difference between full-frame and crop sensors. Fortunately, to the rescue is photographer Manny Ortiz, who shows in the clip above the practical characteristics of each configuration.
Microsoft looks like it’ll continue to feed its addiction to open-sourcing its technology (both internal and acquired), with new information suggesting the company’s PowerShell framework is next in line.
Last week, Australian pizza chain Eagle Boys entered into voluntary administration which is usually a death knell for struggling businesses. If you’re wondering why this once-dominant franchise is in danger of shutting down, the following chart from Roy Morgan Research paints a pretty stark picture.
As Pokemon GO nears its one-month anniversary, the phenomenon is showing no signs of slowing down. Over the past few weeks, we’ve provided a wealth of advice, playing tips and trouble-shooting advice covering everything from combating battery drain to finding the best Pokemon in each state. Whether you’re just starting out or are well on your way to becoming a pocket monster master, you need to read the following articles this weekend…
Google has added support for third-party add-ons to the Android version of Docs and Sheets. The purposes of this is to add more functionality to the document and spreadsheet apps on mobile devices. These include the ability to sign Docs, import CRM data and create mobile apps from data in Sheets. Here are the details.
WordPress is the most popular content management system for blogging on the web by a long margin. Unfortunately, this has made it a target for nefarious hackers looking to access private data and/or insert malware. This infographic from cmstowp breaks down everything you need to know about WordPress security — including tips to keep your site protected.