Gmail for Android now does money transfers

If you need to transfer money, there’s no lack of options nowadays. Of course you can always use dinosaur-like methods, such as ACH or wire transfers from an old-school bank, but in 2017, there are many apps and services that can move the funds too, such as PayPal. Today, Google introduces yet another way to move funds, but no, it is not a new app or service. Actually, it is an existing app that is already installed on most Android devices — Gmail. Yeah, you can now send and receive money using the email client on Google’s mobile operating system, just… [Continue Reading]


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6 Best PDF Page Cropping Tools For Linux

Portable Document Format (PDF) is a well known and possibly the most used file format today, specifically for presenting and sharing documents reliably, independent of software, hardware, or more so, operating system. It has…
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Refreshed stable Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) 2 ‘Betsy’ ISO images now available

Linux Mint is one of the most popular Linux-based desktop operating systems. With that said, did you know there are two versions of the OS? No, I am not talking about the multiple desktop environments, such as Cinnamon, MATE, and KDE. There are actually two entirely different operating systems that share the Mint name. The normal version of Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu, while a lesser known version, LMDE, is based on Debian. Is it confusing? Absolutely. A waste of resources? Probably. But hey, that’s the state of Linux on the desktop nowadays. Linux Mint Debian Edition 2 ‘Betsy’… [Continue Reading]


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It’s time to turn on HTTPS: The benefits are well worth the effort

After Edward Snowden revealed that online communications were being collected en masse by some of the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies, security experts called for encryption of the entire web. Four years later, it looks like we’ve passed the tipping point.
The number of websites supporting HTTPS — HTTP over encrypted SSL/TLS connections — has skyrocketed over the past year. There are many benefits to turning on encryption, so if your website does not yet support the technology it’s time to make the move.
Recent telemetry data from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox shows that over 50 percent of web traffic is now encrypted, both on computers and mobile devices. Most of that traffic goes to a few large websites, but even so, it’s a jump of over 10 percentage points since a year ago.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here


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Machine Learning in Python: free curriculum

Introduction
Machine learning is one of the hottest new technologies to emerge into popular consciousness in the last decade, transforming fields from consumer electronics and healthcare to retail. This has led to intense curiosity about this field among many students and working professionals about the field.
If you’re a tech professional such as a software developer, business analyst or even a product manager, you might be curious about how machine learning can change they way you work and take your career to the next level. However, as a busy professional, you’re also looking for a way to get a solid understanding of machine learning that’s not only rigorous and practical, but also concise and fast. This machine learning tutorial will help you achieve your goals.

Why Learn This?
There are many wonderful free online resources to get started on machine learning. However, we’ve curated this learning path with the following aims in mind:

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What I’ve Learned From Tinkering With the Raspberry Pi for Five Years

Today is Pi Day and what better way to celebrate everyone’s favorite mathematical constant than by taking a look back at everyone’s favorite $35 hobbyist computer, the Raspberry Pi. Since the launch of the Raspberry Pi, I’ve written an absurd number of guides, blogs, and an already outdated book on the variety of…Read more…


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