How you can protect your phone against dangerous microorganisms

What you need to know The Coronavirus is spreading and little is known about it. The CDC still has not confirmed how it is spread. There are thingYo

Vermont residents might soon be able to add emoji to their license plate

License plates in Vermont are about to get more colorful. What you need to know Vermont has proposed a new bill to add emojis to license plates.Lic

How Microsoft REALLY reacted to iPad

What you need to know Today is the tenth anniversary of iPad's announcement. Steven Sinofsky was head of Windows for Microsoft at the time. He's bIt

How the last 10 years have (and haven't) changed the iPad

The more things change, the more they stay the same. As the iPad enters into its second decade, it's fun to look back and see how far it's come. InTh

Kansas City Chiefs fans will want to check out these iPhone cases

For the first time in 50 years, the Kansas City Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl. Ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida against the NFC






JavaScript Libraries Are Almost Never Updated Once Installed

Cloudflare helps run CDNJS, a very popular way of including JavaScript and other frontend resources on web pages. With the CDNJS team’s permission we

How we built the good first issues feature

GitHub is leveraging machine learning (ML) to help more people contribute to open source. We’ve launched the good first issues feature, powered by dee

Do more with Data Studio Community Visualizations

Data Studio Community Visualizations, currently in beta, allow you to create and integrate custom JavaScript components into your dashboards. You can

20 years of fashion on Google

At the Grammy Awards twenty years ago, Jennifer Lopez wore a Versace dress on the red carpet which had a ripple effect on fashion -- not to mention, G

What was your first Raspberry Pi project?

Quick and simple blog post today: what was your first Raspberry Pi project? Or, if you’ve yet to enter the world of Raspberry Pi ownership, what would






Change Data Capture Tool Debezium 1.0 Final Released

The open source change data capture (CDC) tool Debezium 1.0 Final was recently released with an event format clean-up, increased test coverage of data

Keeping Credentials Safe, Google Introduces Cloud Secret Manager

In a recent blog post, Google announced a new service, called Secret Manager, for managing credentials, API keys and certificates when using Google Cl

Article: The Road to Artificial Intelligence: An Ethical Minefield

Increasingly-rapid developments in the field of AI have offered society profound benefits but also produced complex ethical dilemmas. Many of the most

Gradle 6 Brings Significant Dependency Management Improvements

Gradle, the customizable open source build automation tool, has released version 6.0 with significant improvements to dependency management, out of th

Presentation: Leading in an Agile World

Damien O’Connor, Sheetal Thaker explore the characteristics of leaders over the last six decades, looking at how leadership has changed over time, and






Introducing NGINX Controller 3.0: Accelerate Time to Market with App-Centric Delivery

That is a guiding principle here at NGINX and is core to how we developed the next generation of NGINX Controller, our centralized orchestration and a

Goldman Sachs partners with GitLab for next-gen platform strategies

Most people know Goldman Sachs as the global investment banking giant, but over the past few years the company has branched out to some pretty modern

Upgrading bootstrap-vue in gitlab-ui

This blog post is UnfilteredThree months ago, we started a process to upgrade bootstrap-vue in gitlab-ui from 2.0.0-rc.27 to the latest stable version

GitLab Patch Release: 12.7.2

Today we are releasing version 12.7.2 for GitLab Community Edition and Enterprise Edition.This version resolves a number of regressions and bugs in th

Celebrating wider community contributions in 2019 and returning to FOSDEM

This blog post is UnfilteredFirst of all, I would like to wish everyone in the GitLab Community a Happy New Year! There's been an impressive growth in






Court Documents Reveal More Possible Investors in Telegram’s $1.7B ICO

Big names that may have invested in Telegram’s token sale are surfacing in court documents as the company fights a case brought by the SEC.

Crypto News Roundup for Jan. 27, 2020

Today's daily podcast features trouble at TRON and an attack on Bitcoin Gold. It's CoinDesk's Crypto News Roundup.

Bitcoin Eyes $8.8K After Largely Erasing Last Week’s Dip

Bitcoin's recent pullback looks to have ended. Now prices could challenge a crucial price hurdle near $8,800.

How Coronavirus Outbreak in China Could Weigh on Crypto Prices

The coronavirus outbreak in China could curb flows into crypto assets from investors and dampen the recent rally in the global market, industry pros say.

Bitcoin’s Halving Captures Growing Interest – Among Google Searchers

"Bitcoin halving" searches are surging on Google, according to a report from the Norwegian cryptocurrency analysis firm Arcane Research.