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Once upon a time, web development was a quite simple thing. Today, considerations must include content management, SEO, mobile optimization, and more. Countless companies exist to make a buck while ostensibly helping prospective webmasters navigate these murky waters—some legitimate, some peddling snake oil—but there are a variety of software packages that can take much of the mystery out of accomplishing this yourself.

3 Possible Follow-Ups to Google’s Pixel

Google’s Pixel phone enthralled tech enthusiasts last year and caused them to wonder what’s next. Although details about what Google plans to do with the next version of its smartphone are still scarce, some information is emerging and starting to generate interest.

How to make a 3D scanner from an Xbox 360 Kinect

How many times have you sat there and thought about getting a 3D Scanner? If you are in to 3D printing then it’s probably a lot. If you go online and look for a 3D scanner you will find a lot of them with extremely high price tags. From $120 - $32,000. Seems a bit crazy on the high end but you are paying for the resolution. The idea behind a 3D scanner is that you use a laser that bounces back to a camera to tell it the contours of the model. Well what does a Kinect do? It scans a body for motion tracking using lasers and a camera. BINGO, there is a 3D scanner waiting to be used.

These Biobot Cockroaches Could Save Lives

Real-life cockroaches are known for being pretty tough, and now…

Taitra Gigabyte Ups the Power for eGaming

So with the rise of eSports Gigabyte enters the media centric gaming route by working with Twitch and specializing their Aorus, as George Carlin an American comedian said clearly "We are a warlike people". Thus, the 'warlike' theme continues as the Aorus boasts a camouflage design that is embeded into the plastic itself and not a paintjob on the outside...

Acer Headquarters Tour -Taitra

A tour of Acer, quite nice to see the headquarters of one the biggest low to mid end systems available to the masses. Their strategies became apparent as they began explaining their plans for the western market, namely the US. They began with their focus on software and cloud-based system integration, named “BYOC” short for Bring your own cloud (if that isn’t western I don’t know what is!). A process of integrating tablets, computers, and countless other ACER systems to the cloud process...Obvious attempt at gaining market share in the service business, which will be apparent later in this article...