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A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: 27 to 39

In this series, we're going through one of the fundamental features of WordPress: Conditional Tags. In this fourth part, we'll continue introducing and reviewing the Conditional Tags.

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Introduction to Mailtrap: A Fake SMTP Server for Pre-Production Testing of Application Email

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Mailtrap provides a fake SMTP server for your

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Stanford Researchers Make Photonic Components Faster, With Algorithmic Design

retroworks writes: Integrated photonic devices are poised to play a key role in a wide variety of applications, ranging from optical interconnects and sensors to quantum computing.

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First Ultraviolet Quantum Dots Shine In an LED

ckwu with word that South Korean researchers have created the first UV-emitting quantum dots, and employed them in the creation of a flexible LED.

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Mandriva CEO: Employee Lawsuits Put Us Out of Business

Julie188 writes: As you probably heard by now, Linux company Mandriva has finally, officially gone out of business.
The CEO has opened up, telling his side of the story.

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Android, Chromecast To Get HBO Now

An anonymous reader writes: Google's I/O 2015 conference opened with a surprise announcement: that Chromecast, Android TV, and other Android devices will soon be able to offer HBO Now.

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Hacking Your Body Through a Nerve In Your Neck

agent elevator writes: IEEE Spectrum has a feature (part of its Hacking the Human OS issue) on the future of vagus nerve stimulation, a device-based therapy with the potential to treat a ridiculously

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Silk Road Founder Ross Ulbricht Sentenced To Life In Prison

An anonymous reader sends an update on the trial of Ross Ulbricht, the man behind the Silk Road online black market. Sentencing is now complete, and Ulbricht has been given life in prison.

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More About Dan Shapiro and the Glowforge CNC Laser Cutter (Video #2)

Yesterday Glowforge Co-Founder and CEO Dan Shapiro told us that the Glowforge machine is a CNC laser cutter and engraver, not a 3-D Printer -- even though the first words on Glowforge's main page are,

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Land Art Park Significantly Reduces Jet Engine Noise Near Airport

ClockEndGooner writes: A study conducted by the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research found that low frequency and long wavelength jet engine droning noise was significantly reduced

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Professional Internet Troll Sues Her Former Employer

baegucb sends a followup to the news from March that professional internet trolls were operating by the hundreds at factories in Russia.

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Florida Hospital Shows Normal Internet Lag Time Won't Affect Remote Robotic Surgeries

Lucas123 writes: Remote robotic surgery performed hundreds or even thousands of miles away from the physician at the controls is possible and safe, according to the Florida Hospital that recently test

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Emulator Now Runs x86 Apps On All Raspberry Pi Models

DeviceGuru writes: Russia-based Eltechs announced its ExaGear Desktop virtual machine last August, enabling Linux/ARMv7 SBCs and mini-PCs to run x86 software.

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MIT Trains Robots To Jump

Nerval's Lobster writes: MIT just announced that its researchers have programmed a robotic cheetah that can leap over obstacles without a prompt from a human controller.

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Uber Revises Privacy Policy, Wants More Data From Users

itwbennett tips news that Uber has amended its privacy policy, making it much simpler to read and understand. But the policy also includes changes to what data Uber collects about its riders.

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The Underground Hacking Economy

Fast Company profiles the rise of sites like Hackers List and Hackers For Hire, which provide consolidated markets for people to hire hackers to break passwords, alter databases, learn to operate malw

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Crowdfunded, Solar-powered Spacecraft Goes Silent

Last week saw the successful launch of the Planetary Society's LightSail spacecraft, the solar-powered satellite that runs Linux and was crowdfunded on Kickstarter.

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Food Hats

Every now and then I stumble upon an absolute gem on the internet. This Instagram account with the username ChiliPhilly is one of them. It put the biggest smile on my face.

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Hackers Hit the IRS and Make Off With 100K Taxpayers’ Files

Hackers Hit the IRS and Make Off With 100K Taxpayers’ Files

On Tuesday the IRS admitted that it had been t

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FB Premium Fonts – Episode # 3

Here it is the 3rd episode of premium fonts. As you know these fonts are available on the web for free yet are difficult to download.

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Accessibility, Part 4: Operable

Broadly speaking this is the principle that your website must be able to be safely navigated for all users.

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Using Android's VectorDrawable Class

Introduction

While Android does not support SVGs (Scalable Vector Graphics) directly, Lollipop introduced a new class called VectorDrawable, which allows designers and developers to draw assets in

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Designing For Explicit Choice

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Using Social Media to Locate Eyewitnesses: The Twitter API

Tweet about President Obama taking the stage at Selma

This is the second of a two-part se

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Fontstand: iTunes for Fonts

Netherland based Frontstand was introduced just a few days ago at TYPO Berlin and aims to be the iTunes of Fonts.

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10 Font Goodies

We have compile a list of Free Downloadable various type Fonts for personal & commercial use for Web Designers and Logo Artists by which you can save your money as well as time and focus on makin

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Hubble Discovers a Fast-Aging Star Nicknamed "Nasty 1"

An anonymous reader writes: Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, Astronomers have uncovered surprising new clues about a large, rapidly aging star whose behavior has never been seen before.

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Gadget Lab Podcast: Spotify Sings a New Tune

 Spotify Sings a New Tune

This week, the hosts go deep on the changes at Spotify.

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Plan Bureau imagines a twin-peaked wooden house in the mountains


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Design Patterns: Delegation

The delegation pattern is among the most common patterns in iOS and OS X development.

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Moving WordPress: Moving Your Site From a Subdirectory to the Root Directory

There are times when you need to create a WordPress site in a subdirectory and not the root directory for the domain it's hosted on.

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Programming With Yii2: Timestamp Behavior

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

If you're asking, "What's Yii?" check out my earlier t

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How to Translate Tuts+ Tutorials

We recently pushed out some big changes to the Tuts+ Translation Project, making the process easier and quicker for everyone

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New Course: Learn to Code With Ruby

If you've never programmed before, or if you want an introduction to the Ruby programming language, our new course is for you! 

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Quick Tips to Boost Your WordPress Website's Speed: Further & Better Optimization

In the previous article, we discussed the importance of speed in web and

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Red Paper Bridge

This red paper bridge is a temporary installation by British environmental artist Steve Messam and made from 22,000 separate pieces of locally-sourced paper. Beautiful.

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Hydrogen-Powered Drone Can Fly For 4 Hours at a Time

stowie writes: The Hycopter uses its frame to store energy in the form of hydrogen instead of air.

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New Chrome Extension Uses Sound To Share URLs Between Devices

itwbennett writes: Google Tone is an experimental feature that could be used to easily and instantly share browser pages, search results, videos and other pages among devices, according to Google Rese

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Huawei's LiteOS Internet of Things Operating System Is a Minuscule 10KB

Mark Wilson writes: Chinese firm Huawei today announces its IoT OS at an event in Beijing.

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How 1990s Encryption Backdoors Put Today's Internet In Jeopardy

An anonymous reader writes: While debate swirls in Washington D.C. about new encryption laws, the consequences of the last crypto war is still being felt.

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The Brainteaser Elon Musk Asks New SpaceX Engineers

Nerval's Lobster writes: The latest biography of Elon Musk, by technology journalist Ashlee Vance, provides an in-depth look into how the entrepreneur and tech titan built Tesla Motors and SpaceX from

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Learn About The Technology Education And Literacy in Schools Program (Video #2)

Quoting our intro from yesterday's 'Part One' video: 'The Technology Education And Literacy in Schools program (TEALS to its friends), started with one volunteer, a Berkeley CS grad named Kevin Wang w

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Grand Theft Auto V Keeps Raking In Money

jones_supa writes: At end of 2013, Grand Theft Auto V made $800 million during initial 24 hours of sales.

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Eugene Kaspersky: "Our Business Is Saving the World From Computer Villains"

blottsie writes: While the nature of Kaspersky's relationship with the Kremlin remains, at the very least, a matter of contention, his company's influence is anything but hazy.

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Do Russian Uranium Deals Threaten World Supply Security?

Lasrick writes: A recent article in the New York Times notes that the Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom and associated firms are gaining control of a growing number of uranium resources and mi

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Canadian Piracy Rates Plummet As Industry Points To New Copyright Notice System

An anonymous reader writes: Canada's copyright notice-and-notice system took effect earlier this
year, leading to thousands of notifications being forwarded by
Internet providers to their subscribers.

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Adblock Plus Launches Adblock Browser: a Fork of Firefox For Android

An anonymous reader writes: Adblock Plus has launched Adblock Browser for Android.