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An education app made by kids for kids

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Young app designers have developed an education app

Lockdown saw lots of people doing all sorts of new things.

A team of young business minded children, turned their attention to creating an app!

Hope3G.com made by HOPE is an app developed by children for children, with the aim to bring education to all.

Coronavirus and home schooling, sparked a light blub moment for these young people who saw they could bring the classroom to everyone.

What is Hope3G.com?

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This is an educational app that aims to give people the equal right to an education.

In some places around the world education is not compulsory or accessible and this app has been designed to make education accessible for anyone who wants it.

Its free to download and free to use but that’s

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NASA app lets you fly alongside Mars Perseverance rover

The interactive “Eyes on the Solar System” app lets users see where the Mars rover is on its journey and to explore other parts of the solar system.

NASA launched an updated web application Friday that lets people track the exact location of the Perseverance rover on its way to Mars and to even interact with it and other parts of our solar system.

The “Eyes on the Solar System” app uses trajectory data from the spacecraft to plot its course to Mars, NASA said. The app lets the user not only see how far the spacecraft is from Mars but also allows the user to fly in formation. 

Rotating around the spacecraft can also allow the user to see where it is in relation to other planets, asteroids and spacecraft such as Voyager I, Voyager II and Pioneer 10. Clicking on one of those allows the user to zoom

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Black creators matter. But Black TikTok stars say the app has work to do.

In early June, Erynn Chambers stepped onto her porch, just outside the front door of her North Carolina home, opened TikTok on her phone, and began to film herself.

“Black neighborhoods are overpoliced, so of course they have higher rates of crime,” she sang to her own tune. “And white perpetrators are undercharged, so of course they have lower rates of crime.”

Chambers, 27, who started using the short-form video app during quarantine, had just watched a TikTok by drag queen Online Kyne discussing the manipulation of statistics to make Black Americans appear more violent. Chambers, an elementary school music teacher, set her frustration to music.

“It went viral pretty much overnight,” Chambers said. “It was incredible.”

Chambers refers to her content, made under the user name @Rynnstar, as “edu-tainment” — education and entertainment — and she uses it, in part, to raise awareness of the American Black experience. She’s

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Create the iOS app of your dreams with this $12 online training

Create the iOS app of your dreams with this $12 online training
Create the iOS app of your dreams with this $12 online training

TL;DR: Start building your own apps with The Complete iOS 13 and SwiftUI Developer Course for $11.99, a 97% savings as of July 26.

You’ve got a brilliant idea for an app. There’s just one major problem: you don’t know how to code. That means, once again, you’ll let the idea pass you by until someone else brings your idea to life instead. Bummer.

If you’re sick of watching other people create your dream apps before you can, maybe it’s time you learn to code once and for all.

Coding is far from a one-size-fits-all approach, but if you specifically want to learn how to create iOS apps, you’ll have to learn Swift. And with this Complete iOS 13 and SwiftUI Developer Course, you’ll walk through the entire process — from conception to creation.

Designed by development gurus

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An Inside Peek at the Dating App Built Just for Cat Lovers & The Best Cat-Themed Pick-Up Lines to Use There

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Tabby — a new dating app — wants to help you find someone to spend the rest of your nine lives with.

The new project from sisters Leigh and Casey Isaacson is an offshoot of their previous, canine-focused app Dig, launched in 2008. The platform will allow users to build profiles spotlighting not just themselves but also their furry, oft-judgmental housemates so other users can paw-swipe right. Matches can chat, set up playdates and determine how well they might get along if they had to share a litter box. And they gave SheKnows a first look at the inside of their app.

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“You’ve got dog-friendly locations and restaurants and bars and other things that are easier for dog people to go out and meet each other, like dog parks,” Tabby CEO Leigh Isaacson tells SheKnows, but adds that cat aficionados

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Alberta accuses federal government of blocking contact tracing app, Ontario enters Stage 3

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As cases of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, Canadians seem to be increasingly concerned about their health and safety

Currently, there are more than 107,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in Canada and more than 8,700 deaths.

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July 13

6:30 p.m. COVID-19 questions of the day

5:00 p.m.: Alberta premier says federal government is preventing Apple from

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Amazon mistakenly tells workers to take TikTok app off phones

San Francisco (AFP) – Amazon on Friday said it mistakenly sent workers an email telling them to dump the TikTok mobile application from their cell phones because of security concerns.

The internal message told workers they could still access the popular video-snippet sharing platform using laptop web browsers, but would lose access to company email on smartphones that have TikTok.

“This morning’s email to some of our employees was sent in error,” an Amazon spokesperson said in reply to an AFP inquiry without going into detail.

“There is no change to our policies right now with regard to TikTok.”

The concern expressed in the internal message appeared to be that the TikTok mobile app could access Amazon company email, according to a copy posted online.

“User security is of the utmost importance to TikTok -– we are fully committed to respecting the privacy of our users,” a spokeswoman for the

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Amazon tells workers to take TikTok app off phones: report

Amazon workers were given a Friday deadline to dump the TikTok mobile application because of unspecified security concerns, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

The e-commerce colossus told workers they can still access the popular video-snippet sharing platform using laptop web browsers, but will lose access to company email on smartphones that have TikTok, the Journal and other media reported.

The concern appeared to be that the TikTok mobile app could access Amazon company email, according to a copy of an internal message posted online.

“User security is of the utmost importance to TikTok -– we are fully committed to respecting the privacy of our users,” a spokeswoman for the company said in reply to an AFP inquiry.

“While Amazon did not communicate to us before sending their email, and we still do not understand their concerns, we welcome a dialogue so we can address any issues they may

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