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The $210 Piper Minecraft Raspberry Pi kit will teach kids valuable skills

What, did your dad make this game?

Amazon has the Piper Minecraft Raspberry Pi Computer Kit on sale for $ 209.96, which is the lowest this has been since June. It typically would run you $ 270.

With this kit, your child can solve puzzles in the Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft by building their very own computer from start to finish. Once that’s done, they can keep building power-ups within the game by using physical controls,  [Read More…]

Samsung expected to open Bixby to developers for Alexa-like skills

We’ll also learn more about the foldable Galaxy X next week.

Next week, Samsung’s hosting a developer conference in San Franciso where Bixby will be a big focus. The company previously said that the developer conference is where we’d learn more about the Galaxy Home that was first announced in August, and now according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Samsung will also use the conference to make a big change to Bixby — make it open  [Read More…]

The $213 Piper Minecraft Raspberry Pi kit will teach kids valuable skills

Amazon has the Piper Minecraft Raspberry Pi Computer Kit on sale for $ 213.03, which is the lowest this has been all year. It typically would run you almost $ 300.

With this kit, your child can solve puzzles in the Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft by building their very own computer from start to finish. Once that’s done, they can keep building power-ups within the game by using physical controls, switches, buttons, and lights. It’s perfect for  [Read More…]

Mad Skills BMX 2 review: Addictive racing at its best

A lot of racing games offer great graphics and animation, they can oftentimes leave you bored after a while, with stale game play. Mad Skills BMX 2, from the developer Turborilla, challenges that notion with a free, family-friendly title that I keep going back to again and again. Check it out and see if it’s […]

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You can now create your own custom Alexa skills, no coding knowledge required

Amazon announced it is now letting anyone create custom skills for Alexa, it’s popular virtual assistant, via the Alexa Blueprints website.

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Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

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Causality review: Tricky puzzle game that tests your logic skills

Looking for a challenging puzzle game? Causality is a complex game that might test your patience, but it’s incredibly rewarding at the end.

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These are the 10 best Alexa skills for India

Amazon has thoroughly customized the Alexa experience for the Indian market.

Amazon launched the Echo family in India at the end of last year, introducing the subcontinent to Alexa. The virtual assistant made its debut three years ago on the first-gen Echo and over the years Amazon has steadily added more features to Alexa, making it one of the most robust options available in this space.

Amazon took its time in bringing the Echo family to  [Read More…]

How to browse and add Alexa skills from any computer

How can I control Alexa from the web?

While the Alexa app on phones and tablets is the default for setting up and managing an Amazon Echo, you can do quite a bit with Amazon’s website if you prefer. Just like shopping for anything else on Amazon, you can search for Skills to add to your personal Alexa and take advantage of the larger screen in the process. All you really need is the ability to log  [Read More…]

The Note 8 made me feel better about my terrible painting skills

The Note 8’s Coloring app is one of the best reasons to use the improved S Pen.

Back in college, I was working as a bank teller between classes and needed an outlet. I didn’t want to drink more than I already did, and I already spent too much time reading books I didn’t enjoy to enjoy the ones I wanted to read, so I decided to do something else: paint.

I embraced my inner artist and  [Read More…]