Nintendo finally announces some more new games for the Switch

Nintendo is at last (at last!) bringing some new content to the Switch! Yes! In a Nintendo Direct, the company let fly a number of games and a couple of original titles.

New Nintendo 3DS XL Review: A Big Upgrade For Now, And For The Future

The *New* Nintendo 3DS XL doesn’t exactly have a name that rolls off the tongue, but it does reflect that what you’re getting is hardware that’s very similar to its predecessor, albeit with some fresh paint and new features that really do help make a big difference in very specific areas.

8 Years Later, Apple TV Finally Gets Its Own App Store

The iPhone’s App Store is the virtual marketplace that launched a thousand think pieces. Apple called it “revolutionary” (as it does every product) and many tech sites called it world-changing. And now, eight years after it launched, the Apple TV will finally get its own App Store too.

Alexa skills can now offer one-time-use purchases, like in-game hints or points

Alexa skill developers will now be able to sell “consumables” within their voice apps, known as Alexa skills, Amazon announced this morning. The company says that, starting today, developers in the U.S.

You’ll now need a subscription to get the best of Microsoft Office

Microsoft released Office 2019 for Windows and macOS this week, the latest version of its regular, non-subscription productivity suite. It’s the kind of Office that, ten years ago, you would’ve bought in a shrink-wrapped package at Office Depot.

With Mulesoft in fold, Salesforce gains access to data wherever it lives

When Salesforce bought Mulesoft last spring for the tidy sum of $6.5 billion, it looked like money well spent for the CRM giant. After all, it was providing a bridge between the cloud and the on-prem data center and that was a huge missing link for a company with big ambitions like Salesforce.

Bleximo raises $1.5M for its quantum computing accelerators

Bleximo, a startup that aims to build ‘quantum accelerators’ — basically quantum-based application-specific integrated circuits — today announced that it has raised a $1.5 million seed round led by Eniac Ventures. Other investors in this round include Boost VC, Creative Ventures,

Amazon donates $1M to Wikimedia

Back in March, we asked the question “Are corporations that use Wikipedia giving back?” The answer was kind of, sort of, with one key exception, noting, “Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google all contributed around $50,000 by matching employee gifts. Amazon, on the other hand,

That weird nut Pokémon that showed up in Pokémon Go? It’s official now.

This past Saturday, something pretty weird happened in Pokémon Go: immediately after the monthly "Community Day" event came to a close, a strange, new, never-before-seen Pokémon showed up. Weirder yet: no one could actually catch it.

Tinder in India launches ‘My Move,’ a Bumble-like feature where women chat first

Tinder in India is now rolling out a new feature that allows women to make the first move. The setting, called “My Move,” is similar to the core feature in rival dating app Bumble, which is currently enmeshed in multiple lawsuits with Tinder parent Match Group.

Nintendo’s NES Switch controllers activate the nostalgia centers (and wallets) of retro gamers

The news that Nintendo would be adding NES games to the Switch as part of its paid online service had a mixed reception, but the company has made up for this controversial decision by releasing wireless NES controllers to play those games with. At $60 they’re a bit steep, but come on.

The iPhone XR is the one to get

The iPhone XR arrived like an afterthought. No surprise, really. Apple’s always been one to lead with its best foot forward — the latest, greatest and, quite literally, the largest. Projecting the life on the bleeding edge is a cornerstone of the company’s image, market share and stock price.

Former Uber exec alleges ex-PR chief ‘destroyed his reputation’

A nasty legal battle is set to play out between two former Uber executives. Eric Alexander, the ride-hailing company’s former president of business in Asia-Pacific, has filed suit against former Uber PR chief Rachel Whetstone . Alexander blames Whetstone for his firing from Uber in June 2017,

PC版《植物大战僵尸:花园战争》6月24日发布

游戏《植物大战僵尸:花园战争(Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare)》面向游戏主机平台开放已经数月时间。这款游戏的开发商PopCap Games今天终于宣布,游戏很快将在PC平台发布,这款PC版《花园战争》的发布时间为6月24日。  

首款“不作弊”跑分应用GameBench上架Google Play

众所周知,安卓手机钟爱 PK 跑分,跑分成为许多用户手鉴定手机性能的参考标准之一。为了获得更高的跑分,许多手机会做假作弊,虚高的跑分成绩在安卓领域十分普遍。

2014上半年IE浏览器的漏洞数量呈小幅度增长

目前,在世界范围内用户所熟知的浏览器有:来自谷歌的Chrome、Mozilla的Firefox、微软的IE,除 […]

zend framework 分页显示 Zend_Paginator的使用 - birdskyws

zend framework 提供了一个分页类Zend_Paginator,Zend_Paginator强大的地方在自动分页和导航面板。 构造Zend_Paginator需要提供一个adapter,在手册上提供了五种选择 Adapter:Array,Zend_Db_Select,Zend_Db_Ta...

开放与取舍:从博鳌会看腾讯物联平台的甄别

「要打造一个没有疆界,开放共享的互联网新生态。」马化腾三年前在腾讯开放平台成立之初曾如是称。如今,2014 年的腾讯全球合作伙伴大会已从北京开到了海南博鳌,无不在体现腾讯开放平台出海的魄力。

Early Uber Team Member Joins Uber Investor-Backed Company Ride To Create A B2B Carpooling Service

Thanks to the massive success of Uber, it seems there’s a new ride-sharing, carpooling, or other transportation service popping up just about every day. The latest is Ride, a platform designed to help commuters find carpools with other employees heading to work around the same time. Read More

Touch ID会发声你知道不? iPhone 6才会有

威锋网讯,你对设备了解吗,你是否知道 iPhone 上的 Touch ID 会发出声响?

What Made the Y Chromosome So Tiny?

The Y chromosome, a chunk of genetic code that is unique to male animals, isn’t just physically smaller than the X. It also contains far fewer genes. The X has more than 1000 genes, while the Y has fewer than 200 —and most of them don’t even work. Why do men have this odd,

联合国开发计划署:将发展放在首位有利于中国在国际事务中的角色

第二期全球治理报告指出中国可借助G20主席国地位,继续重视发展,以提高其全球政治经济影响力 北京2015年6月26日电 /美通社/ -- 联合国开发计划署驻华代表处今日发布了“全球经济治理再平衡:2015年后中国和G20面临的机遇”。

提供移动美容美发服务的Glamsquad,又获得1500万美元融资

Glamsquad 是一家提供移动美容服务的创业公司,总部位于纽约,旨在让女性顾客随时随地享受到沙龙级别的美容美发服务 。预约后造型师可以在一小时内到达顾客想要的地方,不论是住所、办公室或是酒店。

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