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  • Facebook Hack: Delete Any Image On Facebook

     Thanks to a bug on Facebook, anyone could have deleted any image on the social networking platform. The security flaw came along with the new polling feature that the website launched earlier this November. While the feature was focused on enabling users to take votes on whatever they like, it also enabled hackers to…

  • Ciao, Chrome: Firefox Quantum Is The Browser Built for 2017

    It’s been years since I gave a second thought to my web browser. Safari’s fine, Microsoft Edge is whatever, I think Opera still exists? None have ever offered much reason to switch away from Chrome, Google’s fast, simple web tool. I’m not the only one who feels this way, either: Chrome commands nearly 60 percent…

  • Say Goodbye to the Blob. Google’s New Emoji Have Arrived

    The blobs first appeared in the spring of 2013. They were roundly amorphous, like cookie dough plopped onto a baking sheet. Their faces, a rainbow of emotions, had mouths that turned up and down in imprecise dashes. For years, the blobs sat on the keyboards of Android phones and Google Hangouts as the goofy counterparts…

  • Designing Websites for iPhone X

    The section below about safe area insets was updated on Oct 31, 2017 to reflect changes in the iOS 11.2 beta. Out of the box, Safari displays your existing websites beautifully on the edge-to-edge display of the new iPhone X. Content is automatically inset within the display’s safe area so it is not obscured by…

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