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The Mesmerizing Gifs of Graphonaute | Colossal

<p>Science student Hugo Germain (aka. Graphonaute) is just 18 years old, but crates animations and visual effects that seem well beyond his years. …

This company will buy your used video games, no matter what you think they're worth

If you've tried to unload your used game collection at retailers like GameStop or Wal-Mart, you know that those retailers will pay almost nothing, if anything, for certain games. But the same is not true for new company Decluttr, which will buy any CD, DVD, or video game from anyone.<p><i>Fast Company</i> …

Gaming

How To Sell Your Company To Google In A Year

Password replacement firm Slicklogin just pulled off the slickest deal of all.<p>Israeli startup Slicklogin thinks passwords are insecure, messy, and time-consuming–and that two-step authentication via SMS text message is too awkward. The answer to the world’s password woes, according to Slicklogin: …

Side Line

The power of tears: Why Google has its eye on smart contact lenses

When the cronut craze swept across New York in early spring of last year, the only major inconvenience associated with Dominique Ansel's novel culinary confection was the pain of waiting in line to get it. For a responsible person living with Type 1 (or Type 2) diabetes, like my good friend Cara, …

How the “internet of things” will replace the web

<i>The second in a series.</i><p>We’ve already written about why 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”—that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday lives.<p>But most of us don’t recognize just how far the internet of things will go, from …

Internet of Things

Android vs. iOS Development: Fight!

The eternal startup question “Android or iOS first?” grows ever thornier, with news that Android’s market share exceeds 80%. But never mind the managers and non-technical founders: what do <i>developers! developers!</i> think of that divide? Whoever makes life easier for them gains a sizable edge.<p>And by …

The Best Gaming Laptops

Just because you want to play PC games, doesn't mean you have to stay at home.<p><i>List last updated November 11, 2015.</i><p>Desktops are the easiest way to …

Breaking Bad on Twitter: "RT if you love this #BreakingBad @EW cover! More in today's press roundup. http://t.co/kWN3sy9b8H http://t.co/4nmsj6oX3o"

Replying to @<b>BreakingBad_AMC</b><p>“@<b>BreakingBad_AMC</b>: RT if you love this #<b>BreakingBad</b> @<b>EW</b> cover! More in today's press roundup. http://bit.ly/15UKHz4 …

Ludum Dare

Posted by nanospray<p>21 hours ago | February 7th, 2018 3:48 pm<p>Hey guys! I have some awesome new projects to share and some really exciting news! Today …

How Much Do Average Apps Make?

The last few years have seen an unprecedented number of people rushing to develop mobile apps for iOS and Android. But looking at the installed user base on each platform and information on the payouts made by the different companies, it appears that the vast majority of developers will find …

New Trends in Web Design

Trends and tendencies come and go, we all know that, it's part of our industry's business model. There's the ever present need to come up with …

Web Design

Nemesis revealed: Focal is the new camera app developed by CyanogenMod

The wait is over – the first stage of Nemesis, the mystery project that the CyanogenMod team has been teasing for the last days, is the launch of Focal, a brand new camera app that will replace the existing application in future CM releases.<p>In terms of design, Focal takes cues from the general …

Mobile Photography

SDCC 13: THE LEGEND OF KORRA, BOOK 2

Google to block adverts from pirating sites

Google will block adverts from websites offering pirated content in an effort to cut off revenue from illegal activities in the US<p>Google, Yahoo, AOL and Microsoft are among the eight companies that are committing to fight internet piracy.<p>The move will allow industry copyright holders in the music, …

'Pawn Shop Chronicles' Trailer

AMC Doesn't Want THE WALKING DEAD to Ever End