Even if it sucks, the Google Pixel Fold will be great for the foldable world

Rumors have been swirling that Google has been working on a foldable phone for well over a year. This week, we finally saw some reliable leaks of not just what it looks like but also when we can expect a release — apparently, the so-called Pixel Fold will hit next May. From the product renders … Read more

BLUETTI is offering tons of great Black Friday deals on portable power stations, solar panels and more

Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday are right around the corner, and BLUETTI is kicking off the holiday shopping season on November 11. BLUETTI is offering tons of great deals on portable power stations, and a wide variety of other products. The company is also offering mystery boxes, exclusive giveaways, and even lucky draws. If you’re … Read more

6 state management techniques for ASP.NET Core MVC

Because HTTP is a stateless protocol, state information is not preserved between requests. This means you must write your own logic to maintain state or find another way to preserve state information. This article will explore some of the most common state management techniques available in ASP.NET Core MVC and how to use them in … Read more

The best new features in Next.js 13

Next.js is like React with benefits, in that it delivers all the features of React with ease-of-use conventions and a well-defined client-server stack. Next.js 13 is the newest version, released by Vercel at the Next.js conference in October 2022. It brings a slew of new features, including a bundler called Turbopack and support for several … Read more

Fast charging has gotten fast enough. Give us better battery life instead!

Xiaomi has pushed out several mobile hardware boundaries in 2022, including launching the first phone with an uncropped 1-inch sensor, the thinnest foldable phone by some distance, and very recently, 210W fast charging in a smartphone, which can apparently top up a 4,300 m. mAh battery in just nine minutes. While I think the first … Read more

7 features and changes we want Apple to adopt in 2023

Quick Links Translation and Watch apps Apple launched iOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9 in fall 2022. These annual updates to the company’s operating systems introduce a wide variety of handy and long-overdue features that further enrich Apple’s device, including a customizable iPhone Lock Screen, a revamped System Settings Mac app, and a fresh … Read more

How to identify and solve web-scale problems

Some problems are good to have… but they’re still problems. A company that has web-scale problems is probably growing and innovating—but at a pace so rapid that the current infrastructure can’t keep up. Adding to the challenge is that companies don’t always know that they even have a web-scale problem. In this article I will … Read more

Filter JavaScript objects the easy way with Arquero

There are many advantages to coding in JavaScript, but data wrangling probably isn’t near the top of that list. However, there’s good news for those who find JavaScript data wrangling a challenge: The same “grammar-of-data” ideas behind the hugely popular dplyr R package are also available in JavaScript, thanks to the Arquero library. Arquero, from … Read more

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is the next generation flagship SoC for Android smartphones in 2023

Qualcomm is the biggest chipset manufacturer in the Android world, and following on from last year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the company launched the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. This was one of the best mobile chipsets that we have ever tested, though it came with fierce competition from the likes of MediaTek. Now, though, … Read more