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Nick Kolakowski | March 13, 2014
The tinkering includes a removal of hyperlink underlining, a longtime element of search-results pages.
Giving Windows Phone to manufacturers for free could help boost customer adoption, but there are no guarantees.
Nick Kolakowski | March 12, 2014
He insists that the World Wide Web remain a “neutral” medium, one in which users push back against government surveillance.
Who could resist the allure of thousands of dollars a day in mobile-ad revenue?
Nick Kolakowski | March 11, 2014
Apple’s attempt to create a robust Google Maps rival continues.
“When in doubt, encrypt” is just one tip pulled from the government whistleblower’s appearance.
Nick Kolakowski | March 10, 2014
The days of an iPod clone doing iPod-like business might be over.
Microsoft hopes so.
Nick Kolakowski | March 7, 2014
Samsung goes head-to-head in yet another respect with its archrival Apple.
The groups’ complaint asks the FTC to probe the $19 billion deal.
Nick Kolakowski | March 6, 2014
However Nakamoto’s story turns out, it’s worth taking a moment to examine how far Bitcoin’s come in the past few years.
Small cloud-infrastructure providers such as DigitalOcean rely on a mix of cheap prices and advanced features to compete with the major vendors.
Nick Kolakowski | March 5, 2014
The network will also prevent users from posting any sort of items “that indicate a willingness to evade or help others evade the law.”
FreedomPop’s ‘Privacy Phone’ is the latest smartphone marketed as an ultra-private alternative to conventional mobile devices.
Nick Kolakowski | March 4, 2014
If the purchase is confirmed, Facebook will become the latest tech giant exploring UAVs.
But is crowdfunding in danger of peaking?
Nick Kolakowski | March 3, 2014
Your car could become a four-wheeled extension of your iPhone.
Jon Brodkin | March 3, 2014
Ouya founder and CEO Julie Uhrman hinted at her plan to bring Ouya games to television sets that aren’t connected to Ouya hardware.
Myra Thomas | February 28, 2014
For freshly graduated programmers and developers, finding your first job in gaming can be a challenge.
Nick Kolakowski | February 28, 2014
The so-called “Wolfram Language” is meant as a simpler way to program complex functions.
Nick Kolakowski | February 27, 2014
Some 76 percent of those surveyed by the Project said the Internet was “good” for society, while 15 percent said “bad.”
The hit game, shut down by its creator, has been resurrected as a lesson in coding.
Nick Kolakowski | February 26, 2014
But even in countries with “freer” governments, the Internet often remains restricted in some way.
State legislators are considering whether to prevent the use of Google Glass behind the wheel.
Nick Kolakowski | February 25, 2014
Elop reportedly wanted to split the gaming console’s business operations from Microsoft.
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