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The World's Richest Ex-Hackers

The World's Richest Ex-Hackers
Long before he was the two-hundred-and-second richest person on the planet, Jan Koum was just another curious kid with...
Read more Mar 13 2014, 9:13am CDT
 

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R.I.P. Flappy Bird

R.I.P. Flappy Bird
Flappy Bird is no more, or at least is on its way to becoming just a little bit less ubiquitous.  Dong Nguyen, the...
Read more Feb 9 2014, 5:45pm CST
 

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Could Silicon Valley Become the Next Camden?

Source: The Atlantic

When I moved to Camden, New Jersey, I expected to find a city struggling with poverty, unemployment, and crime. I didn’t expect to find a post-industrial landscape littered with technological relics that only an engineer like me could love.  My apartment is in a converted factory that fills a city block, and its wall of 14-foot-tall windows was designed to create a well-lit space for industrial workers. From those windows, I can see the river where barges once brought in raw material ...
Full article at: The Atlantic 15 hours ago, 12:23pm CDT
 

Apple Loop: A $14 Billion Bet, A Sapphire iPhone 6, Flappy Bird Flies Away, Woz's Android iPhone

Apple Loop: A $14 Billion Bet, A Sapphire iPhone 6, Flappy Bird Flies Away
Keeping you in the loop on just a few of the things that happened around Apple this week. Apple’s big buyback. There...
Read more Feb 9 2014, 5:35pm CST
 

haxTuple: Kicking Off 30-day Hackathon for Developers Worldwide

Source: PRWeb

Prizes include Google Glass, mobile warehouse barcode scanners, and a chance to meet Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.(PRWeb July 24, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/haxtuple2014-worldwide/devel ...
Full article at: PRWeb 5 days ago, 9:01am CDT
 

ExtraBITS for 14 July 2014

Source: TidBITS

Apple has launched a blog for its new Swift programming language, signaling a more open Apple. Bad news for Mac fans: Intel’s new desktop processors have been delayed until 2015, and it turns out that the new entry-level iMac isn’t worth the money. Worse news for Apple TV fans, as Apple’s set-top box lags behind the Roku and Chromecast in U.S. sales. Steve Wozniak looks back on Steve Jobs, and Apple has released an all-new version of iTunes U. Re ...
Full article at: TidBITS Jul 14 2014, 7:30am CDT
 

How A Movie Director Could Have Avoided Prompter Meltdown At CES

How A Movie Director Could Have Avoided Prompter Meltdown At CES
My advice to anyone delivering a presentation? Practice. A lot. You could be an unlikely social media hit when you fail...
Read more Jan 7 2014, 9:36am CST
 

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Kate Upton wants a Puppy from Justin Verlander
Kate Upton wants a Puppy from Justin Verlander
Oh, oh, this is how it starts. Kate Upton wants a Puppy from Justin Verlander according to an Instagram the hot model just posted.
 
Charlie Hunnam Massage Video is Hilarious
Charlie Hunnam Massage Video is Hilarious
Watch Charlie Hunnam telling Comic-Con fans why he could not attend the Sons of Anarchy panel while getting a massage. Watch the hilarious video below.
 
Patrick Peterson Agrees to 5-Year, $70M Deal with Arizona Cardinals
Patrick Peterson Agrees to 5-Year, $70M Deal with Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals agreed to sign cornerback Patrick Peterson to a five-year, $70 million contract extension on July 29. The deal makes Peterson the highest-paid NFL cornerback.
 

Can Once-Famous Gaming Giant Atari Turn a New Generation on to Pong?

Source: AdWeek

Brands come and brands go, but only rarely does one dig its own grave. That’s exactly what Atari did 31 years ago. It was 1983, and so poor were the sales of the brand’s 20 or so titles (in particular, E.T., generally believed to be the worst video game of all time) that the video game company dug a hole in the New Mexico desert and buried some 700,000 cartridges in it. That story is just one reason the gaming world has been abuzz ...
Full article at: AdWeek Jul 6 2014, 6:56pm CDT
 

This T-Shirt Lets You Play Tetris

Source: Business Insider

In honor of the 30th anniversary of Tetris, one fan decided to bring the popular game to a new platform: his t-shirt. Luxembourg resident Marc Kerger uploaded a video of the unique t-shirt to YouTube, showing how you can actually play Tetris on the shirt. Adafruit originally discovered the video and posted it on its site. "I always wanted a playable t-shirt, well now I made one myself," Kerger said on the video's ...
Full article at: Business Insider Jul 3 2014, 2:00pm CDT
 

Steve Wozniak Wishes to See An Apple Partnership with Google and Samsung

Steve Wozniak Wishes to See An Apple Partnership with Google and Samsung
The co-founder of the tech giant is very interested to see Apple working with Google and Samsung in order to provide advanced features in its products
Read more Nov 4 2013, 7:11am CST
 


 

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