Computer Science is not just about programming, it is about application of logic and mathematical principles to solve problems. Writing a fast algorithm for any problem is a skill that can be learnt, and that’s where Project Euler comes in. Project Euler is an archive of questions that relate to computer science and math, and you are challenged to solve each one of them in code, through an algorithm that runs in less than 1 minute.
Luca Todesco dropped a bombshell.
Just last month, Luca — the young hacker who is known to tease iOS jailbreaks — announced on Twitter that he could jailbreak iOS 10.1. He even managed to seed a beta jailbreak for iOS 10.1, but it wouldn’t run mobile substrate yet. Before he could establish that into a full jailbreak, he announced that he would jailbreak iOS 10.2 instead. And it is here, all you jailbreak fans!
Whether you like shopping or not, Black Friday is likely going to be your target day to purchase gifts for yourself and others. Black Friday is probably the best time to get crazy tech deals, and here’s what you should consider buying:
With $120 off a Galaxy S7 or upto $250 Best Buy Gift Card on an iPhone 7, this looks like the best time to upgrade to a modern day flagship.
While you were busy tracking election results, Google was busy interpreting you searches.
Google, the search engine giant, has a major superpower: the ability to guess what is in people’s minds, simply by using search query data. The amount of data that we send to Google, and the amount of data Google articulates, is unprecedented. You searched for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton today? Well, Google knows!
Let’s follow along the timeline and relive the election - from the people’s perspective:
It starts with the basics.
24 hours before polls opened, people were searching for... "Is Hillary Clinton Republican?" (Seriously, what?)
Leonardo DeCaprio worked with Nat Geo to make a documentary about Climate Change, and it's a must-watch
Climate change is real, but do we know the harder truths?
The easiest way to alter the look and feel of your device is by using a new wallpaper.
I remember those days when I used to search for “best wallpapers” and save images from Google Image Search. Those days are long gone, and I now have (and wish to share) an amazing collection of wallpapers from Unsplash, Justin Maller, Simple Desktops and VladStudio.
Before heading on, here are my sources:
Justin Maller: http://www.justinmaller.com
Simple Desktops: http://simpledesktops.com
Vlad Studio: http://www.vladstudio.com
(The below pictures are high-resolution/original size)