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Is Dark an AWS Lambda challenger?

On Monday, the CEO and Co-founder of Dark, Ellen Chisa, announced the project had raised $3.5 million in funding in a Medium post. Dark...
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Stack Overflow faces backlash for removing the “Hot Meta Posts” section; community feels...

Last week, Stack Overflow users took to its Meta site to express their concern regarding the communication breakdown between the site and its community....
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Mozilla’s MDN Web Docs gets new React-powered frontend, which is now in Beta

On Monday, Kadir Topal, a Senior Product Manager at Mozilla announced that the new React frontend of MDN Web Docs is now in Beta....
MIT’s Duckietown project on Kickstarter aims to make learning how to program self-driving cars affordable

DuckDuckGo upgrades its Apple Maps integration for an enhanced map search

Earlier this year, DuckDuckGo announced that its map and address-related searches are now powered by Apple's MapKit JavaScript framework. This enabled them to offer...
Firefox Nightly browser: Debugging your app is now fun with Mozilla’s new ‘time travel’ feature

Firefox 68 releases with recommended extensions, strict security measures, and reimplemented URL bar

Yesterday, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 68, which brings new updates like support for BigInts, Contrast Checks, dark mode in reader view, and...
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Mozilla is funding a project for bringing Julia to Firefox and the general browser...

Last week, Mozilla disclosed the winners of Mozilla Research Grants for the first half of 2019. Among the winning proposals was “Bringing Julia to...
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Next.js 9 releases with built in zero-config TypeScript support, automatic static optimization, API routes...

Today an exciting news was awaiting the Next.js users, five months after Next.js 8 was released. Today the Next.js team has released their next...
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Debian 10 codenamed ‘buster’ released, along with Debian GNU/Hurd 2019 as a port

Two days ago, the team behind Debian announced the release of Debian stable version 10 (codename - ‘buster’), which will be supported for the...
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Babel 7.5.0 releases with F# pipeline operator, experimental TypeScript namespaces support, and more

Last week, the team behind Babel announced the release of Babel 7.5.0. This release ships with improved support for a few ECMAScript proposals including...
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Email app Superhuman allows senders to spy on recipients through tracking pixels embedded in...

Update: Added response from Rahul Vohra, CEO of Superhuman. Last week, Mike Davidson, the former VP of design at Twitter and founder of Newsvine, questioned...

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Apple announces ‘WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy’ that considers web tracking as...

Inspired by Mozilla’s anti-tracking policy, Apple has announced its intention to implement the WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy into Safari, the details of which it...

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