Reading paper comics is fun, but if you want to take a ton of great reads with you on your laptop, or read your favorite titles on your computer's huge display, you need a solid comic reader. This week we're looking at five of the best, based on your nominations.
Author(s) : Kotu & Deshpande Release Date: 05 Dec 2014 Published by Morgan Kaufmann Print Book ISBN :9780128014608 eBook ISBN :9780128016503 Pages: 446 Look inside the book here Key Features Demystifies data mining concepts with easy to understand language Shows how to get up and running fast with 20 commonly used powerful techniques for predictive analysis
You are looking at the current disease outbreaks in the United States, as displayed in real time by Global Incidents Map. They have many more: Forest fires, hazardous materials accidents, amber alerts, border security, drug interdictions, gang crime, and now two new ones: Human trafficking and food/medicine incidents.
Regular readers may remember that we've featured Chromecast deals before. If you're not checking your app every so often, though, you may want to start. The deals refresh periodically and you could score some sweet stuff.
The office apps that make up Google Drive enable you to insert links to any page on the Web, but you can also link to other documents, spreadsheets and presentations inside your own account. Here's how to get the feature set up and how to make sure you're not sharing something you shouldn't.
If you're not one to break the rules when it comes to your entertainment, the Motion Picture Association of America has created an official site for finding out where you can watch, buy, or stream movies and TV shows legally.
Samaritans is launching Samaritans Radar - a free web application that monitors your friends’ Tweets, alerting you if it spots anyone who may be struggling to cope. It gives users a second chance to see potentially worrying Tweets.