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You can now buy a fully functioning macOS laptop for only $329

You read that right. You can now buy a fully functioning Mac for only $329. Well, until Apple sends out a cease and desist letter. The HacBook Elite is a so-called Hackintosh laptop that’s capable to run macOS and is quick enough to boot in only 15 seconds. It comes inside a HP laptop …

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Google and Udacity launch a new Android programming course for beginners

Google wants more people to learn to program — especially for its Android platform. While the company already offered a few programming courses, they were typically geared toward students with at least some rudimentary programming experience. Starting today, the Google Android Basics Nanodegree class is available on the online learning platform …

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Apple launches Swift Playgrounds for iPad to teach kids to code

Apple today announced Swift Playgrounds for the iPad, a new project that aims to teach kids to code in Swift. When you first open it, Swift Playground presents you with a number of basic coding lessons, as well as challenges. The interface looks somewhat akin to Codecademy, but it’s far more graphical and playful, which makes …

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iOS 9 set to be available by 16th

Apple inc initially reported iOS 9, the renowed OS that keeps running on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad lineups. The new version’s release refines Apple’s vision of a portable registering knowledge, including elements, for example, running two applications in the meantime on the iPad or for marking reports in …

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Navigation Technology Start-up Bought by Apple

Apple Inc., still attempting to persuade burned customers it’s headed within the right direction in maps technology, is now making use of a GPS specialist to assist. This particular start-up Coherent Navigation combines signals from GPS satellites with those from non-public sector satellites in lower orbit for high-accuracy location readings. …

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