June 18th | Death from Alcoholism

Mike Bostock has written up a great introduction into the different methods that you can use to compare the difference between two different values in a mapped data visualization. To […]

June 18th | Five new features to try in Messages

Over the past few years, we’ve been working on improving the messaging experience on Android—from working with carriers to upgrade their networks to RCS to building new features. With Android […]

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#IMakeApps: Getting to know the people behind the apps

App makers come up with ideas and make them a reality. They design, code and create entertaining experiences from nothing. But most importantly, app makers are exceptional individuals with different […]

Antipodean Weather

Around 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. This means that there aren’t that many populated locations in the world that have populated antipodes. Christchurch in New Zealand […]

Four new ways to save data with Datally

Daily Limit and Guest Mode put limits on how much data you and your guests can use on your phone Since we launched Datally last year, people around the world […]

4,000 Irish Shipwrecks

The Wreck Viewer is a new interactive map which shows the locations of 4,000 shipwrecks around the shores of Ireland, dating back as far as the 16th century. The map […]

A strategic partnership with JD.com

The Asia-Pacific region is one of the largest and fastest growing ecommerce marketplaces in the world. People in Southeast Asia alone are expected to spend $88.1 billion online by 2025. […]

Who Moves Where in Europe?

In Europe citizens of countries in the EU and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) are free to live, study, work and retire in any other EU or EFTA zone […]

Introducing VR180 Creator, simplifying the video editing process

VR180 cameras allow creators to shoot three-dimensional, immersive photos and videos using affordable cameras that are small enough to fit in your pocket. And to make it even easier for […]

Friday’s Portrait of Earth

Japan’s Himawari-8 satellite is in stationary orbit over New Guinea where it captures some truly amazing imagery of the Earth. Every day the satellite captures imagery of the western Pacific, […]