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Super Mario Maker 2 needs friends

Nintendo has finally brought its Mario Maker series to the Switch, and I’m loving it. In Super Mario Maker 2, creation is still so easy that anyone can do it. And it’s so much fun to play through your friends’ levels — even if they are sometimes cruel and unethical. …

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Personalization of Mobile Apps and Ways to do It

Personalizing a mobile app is the key to its effectiveness and success; the personalization lends focus and beauty to your app design. There are a few specific ways to implement personalization into your app, making it appealing, beneficial and most of all — sought after. Marketing strategies always do better …

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How AI can strengthen and defend democracy

Democratic societies the world over have come under attack in this digital era — and in ways many probably never thought possible in their lifetime. The 2016 U.S. presidential election was undermined by a two-pronged approach involving the Russian military and Facebook posts from the Internet Research Agency (IRA). Other …

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How Tech Startups Succeed With a Fully Remote Model

Startups are starting to launch without a central headquarters, or any designated office building, in an attempt to create “fully remote” businesses. The premise is simple; operate with all your leaders and employees working remotely, sometimes all over the world, to cut costs and broaden your potential employee pool. To …

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8 Tech Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

We are almost halfway through 2019, and several events have occurred within the past few years that will be shaping the tech landscape for the rest of this year and beyond. We have privacy scandals that affected some of the world’s biggest tech companies, and that forced them to make …

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Chrome now syncs saved payment options across devices

Fishing through your wallet for credit and debit cards might be the only real friction in shopping online, but Google wants to eliminate even that small barrier to truly hassle-free transacting. In a blog post today, the tech giant announced that it’ll allow signed-in Chrome users to fill in checkout …

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