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No CS degree? No problem, you can still build a mobile app with Semble

The world of app development may have once been a closed ecosystem, but now, you don’t have to have a computer science degree in order to create a …

Grey Hulk Was Almost Included In Avengers: Age of Ultron

Advertising [x]<p>by Rob Keyes<p>– on<p>in Movie News<p>Hulk is one of the founding members of the Avengers and one of the most recognizable Marvel Comics …

Excellent Free Resources from Google to Teach Kids Coding and Computer Science

February 23, 2015<br>Google Computer Science First is a free program launched by Google in 2013 to help students enhance their computer science education …

Watch This Guy Settle The Star Wars Crossguard Lightsaber Argument Once And For All

When <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i> first debuted its trailer, the Internet was immediately riven by controversy. Not over whether or not there should be another Star Wars or the seeming quality of the movie, but about whether or not you’d stab yourself with a lightsaber that had two smaller …

iGO Electric FatBike Launches On Kickstarter (video)

iGO Electric has taken to Kickstarter to raise the $100,000 they need to create and manufacture their new all terrain iGO Electric FatBike.<p>The iGO …

Navy's Robot Tuna Goes For A Swim

Deploying Nemo<p>Last week, a new U.S. Navy robot swam near the Joint Expeditionary Base near Norfolk, Virginia. The robot is known by two names that run the gamut from Pixar-cuddly to over-the-top action movie. Project Nemo, a.k.a. GhostSwimmer, is a tuna-inspired bot that might protect soldiers in …

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Inspires Memes, Jokes, And Suggested New Titles

Yesterday, Disney announced the title for Star Wars: Episode VII, and now it’s the vaguely predictable <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i>. Naturally, Twitter was out in force to make jokes and suggest alternate titles with the hashtag #rejectedstarwarstitles. Or just to make five thousand “I didn’t know …

Tiny robotic scallops can swim through blood and eyeball fluid to fix you up

For years now, scientists have been trying to develop microscopic robots that can swim through bodily fluids and repair damaged cells or deliver medicine. Now, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany believe they've got the perfect design -- in the form of …

Disney is giving Star Wars fans a brand new emotion: Hope

Do you remember where you were when Disney announced it had purchased Lucasfilm?<p>The Mouse purchased the company for $4 billion, and by all accounts it was a steal. Then the great purging began. <i>Star Wars: The Clone Wars</i> was cancelled, and the expanded universe of comics, books and all sorts of other …

Lytro's light field camera tech to boost night vision and space imaging

Lytro wants other companies to use its light field photo technology to improve their devices, and not just photography wares. In order to do that, the company outed the Lytro Development Kit (LDK) as part of its Platform initiative. At first, you might think this if for other consumer device …

Ubisoft's upcoming PC games have been pulled from Steam

The Windows PC versions of Ubisoft's <i>Assassin's Creed Unity</i>, <i>The Crew</i> and <i>Far Cry 4</i> are no longer being sold through Valve's Steam distribution service. Other Ubisoft-published titles that have already been released, however, remain on the store.<p>PCGamesN reported earlier today that the trio of …