Mashable Magazine

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Artist Simon Weckert claims he managed to trick Google Maps into displaying fake traffic jams by hauling 99 smartphones around in a cart.

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Find out about all the most in-demand programming skills for the UK and how you can learn to code with this selection of online courses.

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Wired

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California's new privacy law has spurred a torrent of online notices. But the law is also forcing changes offline, in traditional stores.

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Flowing Data

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Over a year ago, Google released Dataset Search in public beta. The goal was to index datasets across the internets to make them easier to find. It came out of beta: Based on what we’ve learn…

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The facial recognition startup claims it collected billions of photos from sites like Facebook and Twitter. What does the practice mean for the open web?

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Mashable Magazine

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Google and Amazon topped the list of the U.S.'s most trusted brands, according to a report by market research firm Morning Consult published Monday.

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Smashing Magazine

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You spend so much time focused on other people’s websites that it’s easy to put yours on the backburner and tell yourself, “I’ll fix it up someday soon.” But do you really want to wait to improve your professional portfolio site?

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The Next Web

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Google and its partners at the Janelia Research Campus today released the largest, most detailed set of brain scans ever published. The project encompasses nearly one-third of the brain of a fruit fly and includes detailed mappings for more than 25 thousand neurons featuring more than 20 million synapses. The best part: it’s all been …

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Lifehacker

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Google Drive is now available as a progressive web app (PWA) for desktop and mobile, giving users an alternative to launching the service in their regular browsers. PWAs look and feel like stripped-down apps, even though they’re basically living in a stripped-down version of your browser. They’re like the middle ground between apps and websites; while they still require an internet connection to open and run, they take up less space than apps and are often much faster to deal with than loading your full browser (and its many tabs).

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You’ve heard it before: there is not enough diversity in tech. But Carie Fisher offers one solution you may not have heard: that focusing on accessibility may be key in making the tech world …

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Flowing Data

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Google Maps incorporates data from smartphones to estimate traffic in any given location. Artist Simon Weckert used this tidbit to throw the statistical models off the scent. With a wagon of 99 sma…

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fastcompany

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Google Creative Lab’s well-being experiments try to be playful, but one of them is just joking about something that’s not funny to begin with.

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Designer's, prepare yourself. A new decade is upon us. Welcome to 2020.

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The Next Web

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Google’s adding some new features to Earth, allowing users to create their own comprehensive stories and presentations using Google’s model of the globe.

When Google updated Earth in 2017, it added a section to the site called “Voyager,” which offered guided tours of parts of the globe. The Voyager tours were hosted by the likes of BBC Earth and Sesame Street. It was part of a general overhaul to make Earth more useful to students and explorers than it was before.

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