• Betaalplatform Stripe nu officieel in de Benelux

    Het Amerikaanse online betaalplatform Stripe is vandaag in de Benelux officieel van start gegaan. Afgelopen najaar werd al een Head of Benelux aangesteld in de persoon van Duco van Lanschot.
    Stripe werd vijf jaar geleden opgericht door de Ierse John (foto) en Patrick Collision. Daarna is het bedrijf snel gegroeid. Bestaande klanten van Stripe zijn Facebook, Kickstarter, Lyft, Slack en Salesforce. In Nederland maken onder andere WeTransfer, Bynder, Deliveroo en Catawiki al gebruik van de betaaldi
  • Mario 64 gets the Super Mario Odyssey treatment thanks to this modder

    Upcoming Switch game Super Mario Odyssey looks to be a grand adventure for Mario, in the vein of several of his open-world, multi-environment platformers of days gone by. But there is one new feature: Cappy, Mario’s iconic red hat, is now sentient and capable of zapping Mario’s soul into the bodies of Goombahs, Bullet Bills, and even non-sentient objects. Mario then has complete control over the being, and can use it for various puzzles, while it gets to wear Cappy and a little
  • Renée Steenbergen hoofdredacteur Vakblad Fondsenwerving

    Renée Steenbergen wordt per 1 juli de nieuwe hoofdredacteur van Vakblad Fondsenwerving. Zij is al langere tijd onderdeel van de vaste redactie als adjunct-hoofdredacteur. Ze volgt oprichter Jaap Zeekant op, die wel voor het vakblad blijft schrijven.
  • The clueless parent’s guide to understanding Snapchat

    Confused about Snapchat? You’re not the only parent. Snapchat is perhaps the most misunderstood of all social media apps. Is it a social network? A photo platform? A means for frustrated millennial expression? The short answer is yes, to all of those things. The longer answer, well… What is Snapchat and why does my daughter love it? Snapchat is an app that allows users to share pictures and videos with friends or complete strangers. But it’s not your average social media app
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  • Study shows just glancing at your phone makes you dumber

    A recently conducted survey shows  smartphones might make their owners dumber, at least when they are left in plain sight. Researchers surveyed nearly 600 people to find out if our phones were taking up space in our cognitive thought process even if they were on silent or turned off. Turns out the answer is a resounding yes. University of Texas at Austin researchers had participants to perform a series of math problems while simultaneously being asked to remember a randomly generated word
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