Coinbase Probably the best-known crypto exchange View Now at Coinbase See details Kraken A monster of a crypto exchange View Now at Kraken See details Binance.US Lots of currencies, but US restrictions and UI issues View Now at Binance.US See details Gemini Because...the founders are the Winklevoss twins View Now at Gemini See details Bittrex Lots of currencies and flat-fee trading View Now at Bittrex See details Show More (1 items) Coinmama Accepts credit and debit cards, plus Apple Pay View Now at Coinmama See details Cryptocurrency exchanges are a lot like the auction house in World of Warcraft. Like in WoW, you're buying and selling digital goods, except this time you're buying and selling, say, Dogecoin instead of Crystalized Dread . Basically, crypto exchanges help traders acquire or divest cryptocurrency holdings. They do this by converting … [Read more...] about Top crypto exchange 2021: The exchanges to know
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2021 has been a weird year for smartphones. Well, it’s been a weird year for a lot of things, but smartphones have been no exception, with a number of them being delayed, canceled or getting a limited launch. The Samsung Galaxy Note 21 is the biggest casualty of the year in smartphones, as Samsung has now confirmed that it won’t be coming , but it’s not alone in being absent. The OnePlus 9T is also rumored to be canceled (assuming it was ever planned), while the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has reportedly been delayed (but may also fail to launch), and the Google Pixel 5a is only confirmed to be launching in the US and Japan , rather than the world at large. So what’s going on? There are a number of factors at play, and some things we know for sure, while others we can take an educated guess at. Below then, we’ll explain broadly why many anticipated phones are likely arriving late – or not at all. The Covid-19 factor The obvious reason that this has … [Read more...] about Why do 2021’s smartphones – like the Galaxy Note 21 – keep being delayed or canceled?
You can still find cheap Chromebooks with 11.6-inch non-touch screens for $199, but the market's moved upscale. Models like the $449 Samsung Chromebook Plus and $499 Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA are 2-in-1 laptop/tablet convertibles with bigger, higher-resolution touch displays in sleek aluminum cases—perks that help the Asus nab our Editors' Choice for consumer chromebooks . The Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook ($279) is plastic, not aluminum, and it has an 11.6-inch display with just 1,366-by-768 rather than 1080p or higher resolution. But it's an IPS touch screen in a flip-and-fold convertible chassis. Straddling the consumer and classroom realms with vigor and value, the Flex almost unseated the Asus Chromebook Flip as our favorite mass-market Chromebook, until it sputtered in one torture test. Fully Flexible Besides being priced $70 below a comparably equipped Dell Chromebook 3189 Education 2-in-1 ($239.00 at Dell Technologies) , the Flex is slightly more compact at 0.8 by … [Read more...] about Lenovo Flex 11 Chromebook Review
As its name implies, the Dell Chromebook 3189 Education 2-in-1 (starts at $349; $389 as tested) is a convertible laptop made with students in mind. It delivers all-day battery life, and is built tough enough to handle all the abuse that school-age children can dish out. And since it supports school-administered Google for Education accounts, this reasonably priced chromebook can be shared among students and managed by teachers or school IT staffers, making it a welcome addition to the classroom. Hanging Tough The Chromebook 3189 ($239.00 at Dell Technologies) has a rounded edge surrounding its black, polycarbonate exterior, but is otherwise devoid of any design flair. It measures 0.8 by 12 by 8.2 inches (HWD) and weighs 3.16 pounds. That's a bit thicker and heavier than the Asus Chromebook Flip ($699.99 at Amazon) , our top pick for chromebooks, but the Chromebook 3189's rugged construction is the reason for the added heft. Since it's MIL-STD 810G tested and rated, the … [Read more...] about Dell Chromebook 3189 Education 2-in-1 Review
Working directly in the main branch of a GitHub repository is a very dangerous thing, as you stand the risk of pushing buggy code to production. To avoid this, you should create a branch and work in that. Here’s how. Table of Contents What's a Branch, Anyway? Create a New Branch from the GitHub Website Create a New Branch Using the Command Line What’s a Branch, Anyway? A branch, at its most basic, is a copy of a Git project that you can change as you like and then combine with the original project. When you create a new repository in GitHub , there’s one branch by default—the “main” branch ( previously called “master” ). This, as the name implies, is the main container where your production code is stored. That is to say (in most cases, at least), if you push a change directly to the main branch, you’re making a change directly to the working product. The problem? If you push directly to main, you run the risk of pushing buggy code to the production … [Read more...] about How to Create a New Branch in GitHub