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December 12, 2017

Learn the program that will turn you into a spreadsheet guru for just $18

Right now, you can learn how to use VBA to become an Excel super-user with this Microsoft VBA bundle, on sale now for only $18 with […]
December 12, 2017

IOTA clarifies it has no formal partnership with Microsoft [UPDATED]

Following some speculation from the cryptocurrency community, IOTA has come out to clarify that it currently has no formal partnership with Microsoft, despite its announcement from […]
December 12, 2017

Google Storyboard turns your videos into comic strips

Google just launched three experimental photography apps on Product Hunt. My favorite one is Storyboard, which lets you automatically turn your videos into a one-page comic strip. […]
December 12, 2017

Robots will definitely take our jobs but they might give us better lives in exchange

There’s a lot of experts talking about AI, most of which want you to know robots will destroy nearly a billion jobs in the next twenty years […]
December 12, 2017

Geelong, the restart capital of Australia

When I was last living in Melbourne, the startup scene was still in its nascent stages. It had a handful of local success stories, a burgeoning […]
December 12, 2017

AI creates fake celebrity porn for Redditors to fap to

Artificial intelligence is a game-changer. Never in the history of human existence has there existed a technology with the power to wipe out cancer, end traffic […]
December 12, 2017

YouTube’s child video cleanse is way too little, way too late

Recently, YouTube has been removing or demonetizing large swathes of content featuring young children, in videos that could be seen as abusive or exploitative. These include […]
December 12, 2017

People losing it over this ‘creepy’ Netflix tweet really don’t understand the internet

Yesterday Netflix freaked out some subsets of internet culture with a relatively harmless tweet some are now calling ‘creepy.’ The tweet read: To the 53 people […]
December 11, 2017

Comcast continues to inject its own code into websites you visit

Comcast believes it’s acceptable to inject hundreds of lines of code into any web page you visit if it thinks you’re in need of a hardware […]