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How much do coders make? Check out this data from around the country

Advertisement<p>10 Comments<p>Credit: Maga/Shutterstock<p>iOS rules the roost and beats Android, Bay Area coders get paid the most, and Node.js developers are …

Advancing Warfare: The Wheel of Shooter Evolution Between Call of Duty, Halo, Titanfall and Destiny

The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has debuted, showcasing a game full of “enhanced combat” where soldiers wearing exoskeletons are leaping and dashing through levels in way that is reminiscent of more than a few past series.<p>And then you can look to Destiny, made by the creators …

10 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do

From the editors of PopularMechanics.com, You may be missing out on some of its most powerful features.<p><b>1) Take Siri to School</b> <br>Tired of Siri pronouncing things wrong? Next time she screws something up, tell her "That's not how you pronounce X," and then pronounce it for her. She'll give it another …

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Defend Your Cubicle With A Nerf Sentry Gun

You'll be the undefeatable champion with this one<p>Tell workplace pen thieves and pranksters how you really feel with a barrage of foam darts. This project hacks a Nerf gun to automatically fire at large heat signatures. Simply replace the toy’s trigger system with a servomotor, wire up a home …

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FORTUNE — On a warm evening in early April, some of the most powerful figures on Capitol Hill were converging on the Carnegie Library in downtown Washington. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), who leads the House subcommittee overseeing the tech industry, was bounding up the library’s marble steps when he …

Feds Lurch Closer to Rewriting Rules of Internet

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday in favor of a preliminary proposal that could allow Internet "fast lanes."<p>Under the proposed rules, Internet providers would be allowed to charge companies like Netflix in exchange for delivering content to customers at faster speeds.<p>The proposed …

GOG 'Insomnia' sale kicks off

GOG kicked off its annual spring Insomnia sale today, offering deep discounts and some free games to boot. Games will be offered one at a time, but …

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The FCC doesn’t want to destroy net neutrality, but it’s going to anyway

Advertisement<p>16 Comments<p>Credit: Gigaom illustration<p>The Federal Communications Commission doesn’t want companies like Netflix or Viacom to have to pay …

The Famous Actor Who Does Not Want To Be Wealthy

by Mike Calcutt<p>– on<p>in Celebrity Money<p>Sitting back and imagining the life of a Hollywood movie star usually involves dreams of great wealth, enormous …

The Constitution Is 400 Years Old and More Pearls From Sheila Jackson Lee

The Democratic congresswoman could give the craziest Republican a run for his money with her history of wild statements.<p>Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of …

In Defense of Paul Ryan: He Isn’t Racist, He’s Right

In wrongly accusing him of racism, Congressman Paul Ryan’s critics are glossing over difficult questions around race and poverty.<p>Let’s get right to …

Florida Friday: Armed Robber Penis Slaps Victim During Home Invasion

America’s dong was the scene of a brazen dong-slapping this week, after an armed robber slapped his victim with his penis during a home invasion in Miami. I must’ve missed that scene in <i>Heat</i>.<p>After forcing their way into a Brownsville house at gunpoint, one of the robbers proceeded to slap a helpless …

Sonic Apologizes For Sign Urging Kansas City Chiefs To 'Scalp The Redskins' And Send Them To 'Reservation'

A Sonic restaurant in Missouri has apologized after an employee posted a sign urging the Kansas City Chiefs to "scalp the Redskins feed them whiskey" and send them to the "reservation."<p>The sign was spotted by Delores Schilling, who posted it on Twitter.<p>The picture was retweeted more than 100 times …