Shutterstock.com/Vink Fan Continuous integration and delivery pipelines (CI/CD) automate software development processes by running tests and compilations each time you change your code. CI/CD is one of the main components of effective DevOps methodologies, where code authorship is combined with IT operations and quality assurance functions to create more holistic
iHealth/Apple/Invisalign You’d probably be shocked at just how many items we use every day started life in a NASA lab. Sometimes you’re trying to get astronauts home safely, and in the process, you invent something that belongs in every home or toolkit. So whether NASA outright invented the thing or sunk
Nothing Hardware maker Nothing has gained plenty of press attention due to its products, including a smartphone and a pair of affordable ANC earbuds, as well as CEO Carl Pei’s marketing antics. The company will launch the Ear (Stick) earbuds, and in good old Nothing fashion, it all starts with
This week on All Things Nintendo, Brian is joined by the New York Post‘s mixed-martial arts reporter, co-host of the Ground & Pwned podcast, and former games journalist Scott Fontana to preview the upcoming holiday gaming season. The two go month by month, breaking down the most exciting releases on the horizon on
Taking a screenshot on an iPhone 14 is simple. There are three different methods you can choose from, including pressing a couple of buttons, tapping your iPhone’s back, or using an on-screen option. We’ll show you all the methods below. When you’ve captured a screenshot using any method, you’ll find
Restarting your iPhone 14 allows you to troubleshoot issues, bring certain changes into effect, or simply get a fresh start. Plus, restarting is easy—you can use your phone’s hardware buttons, a Settings option, or an on-screen menu. We’ll show you how. RELATED: How to Fix Crashing Apps on an iPhone
Kseniia Neniukova/Shutterstock.com We all love the thrill of an exciting shopping spree. But several months later, you might notice little holes appear in your shirts, and they’re all in the exact same spot! What are these tiny holes? And where do they come from? Turns out, it’s all about friction.