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Valve provides CAD geometry files for the Steam Controller

Valve has released the mechanical CAD geometry for the Steam Controller under a Creative Common license. Files covering all the joypad's externally visible parts are provided, allowing users to edit, create and share new controller designs as they wish. However the license doesn't allow selling of

Move your Google data to OneDrive or Dropbox directly

Google launched Takeout in 2011, a service that provides Google users with the means to export some data. It enables you to export some data, Google Drive files, Contacts or Calendar data, for safekeeping or import to other services. The service has been updated throughout the

ラズベリー PI ゼロを設定する方法

IntroductionThis guide will show you how to set up the Raspberry PI Zero. ビールのパイントのカップルと同じ価格のために小売りする驚くべき小さな単一カード コンピューターはラズベリー PI 0 です。. The above image shows you just how small

Prompt debuts “a command line for the real world”

In a world suffering from app overload, the Y Combinator-backed startup Prompt introduces a different way to interact with services, make purchases, or even control “Internet of Things” devices – all by way of text-based interface. The application, which can be used via SMS, Slack or

Abricotine Is a Stylish Desktop Markdown Editor for Linux

Abricotine is an open-source markdown editor for Windows, Mac and — hurrah — Linux desktops. The open-source app allows those of you who like to go mad with Markdown syntax to both write and preview documents directly in the text editor rather than using a separate window or side pane. Abricotine is written

Abricotine Is A (Awesome) Desktop Markdown Editor for Linux

Abricotine is an open-source markdown editor for Windows, Mac and — hurrah — Linux desktops. The open-source app allows those of you who like to go mad with Markdown syntax to both write and preview documents directly in the text editor rather than using a separate window or side pane. Abricotine is written

Authenticating Web Service Requests with PowerShell

I was recently doing a presentation about using PowerShell to access Web services, covering some of the things I've discussed in this column over the past few months, when someone asked me, "What kind of encryption and authentication do Web services use?" 認めざるを得ない…