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The year in analytics

Well, 2016 is officially in the past. Between the election drama, the stock markets tossing and turning, celebrities moving on and Harambe, it was a doozy.

The Pros And Cons Of A WebKit Monoculture

The <a target="_blank" href="http://my.opera.com/haavard/blog/2013/02/13/webkit">news</a> that Opera is shutting down the development of its own browser rendering engine and moving to the open source

Help Key: How to Idiot-Proof Your Parents' Computer

This is something that may be near and dear to your hearts: Mom and Dad are calling to ask about this porn pop-up phishing thing they just typed all their credit card info into. Or maybe Grandma wants

Presto! For the Elderly

As we reported recently, Presto is a service that aims to bring e-mail to those incapable of operating a computer. It uses a special printer designed by HP that hooks up to your phone line to print e-

Presto: It's for Printing!

A new service has launched that aims to bring the joys of receiving emails to the Luddite horde. Presto uses a special printer designed by HP. The printer hooks up to a regular phone line, no need for

Presto: Because Computers Scare Old People

A silicon valley startup called Presto has quietly launched a new service aimed at people who don’t currently have Internet access, but want to be able to receive emails and photos from loved on