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How to Make a Web Crawler With Selenium

Web Crawling is extremely useful to automate certain tasks performed routinely on websites. You can write a crawler to interact with a website just as a human would do. In an earlier article, we covered the basics of writing a webcrawler using the python module, scrapy. The limitation of that approa...

Android

Latest Essential Phone update brings fixes for Spectre and Meltdown

Essential is rolling out the January security patch for the Essential Phone The patch includes fixes for the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws Essential also confirmed Android Oreo will arrive sometime soon Andy Rubin’s outfit might have flubbed the Essential Phone‘s launch, but the...

Android

HP’s Chromebox G2 features the latest Intel processor and up to 16 GB of RAM

HP announced the Chromebox G2, the follow-up to 2014’s Chromebook The Chromebox G2 can be upgraded to Intel’s latest Core i7 and 16 GB of RAM The Chromebox G2 will be available in April After already unveiling a pair of Chromebooks, HP isn’t quite done with Google‘s Chrome...

Android

LG in 2018: Refined and resurgent

It’s fair to say that 2016 wasn’t kind to LG. A misstep in presuming consumer appetite for modular handsets left the company’s financial and sales figures in a rather woeful state. The electronic giant’s market share dropped further still behind top dogs Apple and Samsung. I...

Android

15 best shooting games for Android

You really can’t get more action than you get with shooting games. Whether they’re third person shooters, first person shooters, or somewhere between, you’re usually in for tons of bullets, explosions, and mayhem. It’s been one of the more difficult genres to get going on mo...

Computing

Microsoft in 2017: a sleek, chic and somewhat sobering year

For Microsoft, 2017 was yet another year of soaring highs and steep lows, from a whizbang series of hardware and software releases to some sobering wrinkles in said whizbang releases, not to mention some sobering revelations regarding its data collection. As this whirlwind of a year draws to a...

Computing

Google is testing the mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook

Remember Fuchsia OS? It's the mysterious operating system about which we know very little, except that Google is actively developing it and has described it as an "experimental project" that isn't replacing Chrome OS or Android... at least for the time being.Well, we just learned a something new abo...

Linux

Happy 48th Birthday Linus Torvalds! Here are 20 Facts About Him

Brief: Some known, some lesser known. Here are 20 facts about the Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux kernel. Linus Torvalds, a Finnish student developed a Unix-like operating system while he was doing his masters in the year 1991. It has become a revolution since then and today it powers most of...

Apple

Apple’s $29 iPhone battery swap is now available, sooner than promised

Earlier this week, Apple published a letter to its customers, apologizing for slowing older iPhones as their batteries aged, and said that it would reduce the price of batteries of the affected phones to from $79 to $29. Apple says that that customers can now replace their batteries at the reduced p...

Apple

iFixit cuts the prices on its battery replacement kits to one up Apple’s $29 offer

iFixit, the internet’s most popular repository of guides for repairing Apple devices, has announced that it’s cutting prices for all of its iPhone battery replacement kits down to $29 or less. They usually sell for between $39 to $49, depending on how recent your phone is. The news come...


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