Will the Touch Bar save the MacBook Pro?

The new MacBook Pro is (again) what we expected after months of rumors: lighter, smaller, faster. And more expensive, of course. The main argument here is the shiny new Touch Bar, a customizable touch OLED display that supposedly allow users to access certain application functions faster and easier than through traditional keyboard shortcuts or mouse

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Firefox, Chrome and the perception of value

It doesn’t happen that much in technology, but some articles become more real and truthful as time goes by. It’s certainly the case in ‘Choose Firefox Now, Or Later You Won’t Get A Choice‘, where the author urges the user to use Mozilla’s browser: So if you want an Internet — which means, in many ways,

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The Raspberry Pi Zero is a crazy little wonderful microPC that costs $5

The Raspberry Pi was a marvel of design and versatility, and it was one of the big reasons the maker movement started in the first place. Sure, Arduino and other projects have helped, but the RPi democratized the trend and made anyone a potential hardware tinkerer. After developing several versions, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has just

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No, Facebook won’t have a ‘Dislike’ button. Context is everything.

There will be no “dislike” button, but the founder and CEO says the social network will soon test a way for people to express emotions with a shorthand interaction. Marketing Land is one of the few sites that get this right. Most titles are just clickbait. Facebook won’t have a ‘Dislike’ button, far from it.

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iPhone 6S/Plus will still start at 16GB, even if they now can record 4K video

Apple pricing strategy was disappointing last year: starting with a 16GB model allows them to 1) get higher profit margins and also 2) tempt/force people to avoid the 16GB and get the more expensive 64GB model. The story is about to repeat itself next week: according to trusted sources, the new iPhones will also start with

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