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What’s New in iOS 9 SDK?

Short Bytes: iOS 9 SDK includes new APIs and services that are enabling new categories of apps and features. Multitasking and gaming APIs help enhance...

WordPress High CPU Load Bug After 4.3 “Billie” Upgrade and How...

Short Bytes: WordPress high CPU load bug - We faced it and I am guessing thousands of other blogs hosted on WordPress faced it too, when they upgraded...

How to Monitor System Temperature in Linux – GUI Based Temperature...

Short Bytes: Psensor is a graphical hardware temperature monitor for Linux. It is a GTK+ application for monitoring hardware sensors, including temperatures and fan speeds. do you...

Flying a Drone via JavaScript and Bluetooth in Your Browser

Short Bytes: Mozilla and Google are actively working to combine the Physical Web and WebBluetooth. Using a new Bluetooth API, Mozilla developers have developed...

Learn it Faster: The Entire JavaScript Language in a Single Image

Short Bytes: A developer named Yusheng has created an amazing infographic that shows the entire JavaScript language syntax into one single image. Take a look...

Security Tips by the Expert: How Linux Foundation Protects its Computers

Short Bytes: Today, we've brought some security tips from the Linux Creators. Read the article that describes The Linux Foundation recommendations for the users...

Alda is a New “Music Programming Language” that Anybody Can Use

Short Bytes: Developer Dave Yarwood has developed a music programming language Alda. Without any previous programming language experience, musicians can write music with the...

Meet Mycroft – World’s 1st Open Source Artificial Intelligence Based on...

Short Bytes: Using the Internet of Things we will control our future lives by inculcating electronics and internet in each and every small thing around...

How to Run Ubuntu Phone in Windowed Mode

Short Bytes: Ubuntu powered phones are gaining popularity each day and we are here with a tweak to run Ubuntu Phone in windowed mode. Learn...

Linux Kernel 4.2 Released With Improved Cryptography

Short Bytes: Earlier this week, Linux Kernel 4.2 was released. The new kernel improves cryptographic features with new random number generator and support for...