Real hoverboard? naah

  26/06/2015

Lexus revealed a 30 second teaser that included a real-life functional hoverboard very similar to the one that Marty McFly used in 1989’s “Back to the Future Part II”.


Telepresence

  29/04/2015

Imagine you’re transported somewhere else while other people can interract with you, and you see it all like you’re there. Seems like future conference rooms or any other manifestations will be full of sitting robots sharing their experience with their masters 🙂


EU Antitrust investigation into Google offical

  15/04/2015

It’s been coming for what seems like an eternity, but today’s the day that Europe finally hits Google with an official investigation into its business practices. The European Commission has announced that it’ll open an antitrust probe into Android, and has laid out its objections following a similar probe into Google Shopping. In essence, regulators […]


SQL JOIN methods

  08/01/2015

I crawled the internet (read stackoverflow) many times to understand how actually each MySQL JOIN method works. There’s lot of brief and detailed explanations available if you google it, but this one i found seems descriptive and visual more than any other. Read the full article:


Link Preview

Link preview project

  07/01/2015

In cooperation with interactive32, We started new project development at linkpreview.net. The main idea is to build a simple link preview element like the feature on Facebook after you paste some URL in new post. When the web service goes live and widget for WP is finished, you’ll be able to find out here!


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