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13 programming languages defining the future of coding

Faster, smarter programming, with fewer bugs. Those are the promises coming from the creators of the latest round of languages to capture the …

Pi Day: This Is 10,000 Digits Of Pi

Today is the 14th of March, AKA Pi Day, in American style dates anyway.<p>Now as we've already mentioned, Pi Day is perhaps a little bit overblown since …

Flappy Bird creator 'considering' bringing the game back

Admit it, you played Flappy Bird. And for a brief period of time, you may have even <i>liked</i> the incredibly addictive game. After millions of people downloaded the viral hit, however, creator Dong Nguyen decided enough was enough -- it was time to pull the plug, making it unavailable in the iOS and …

Robotiky Is (Yet) Another Cute Way To Teach Kids Coding Using Robots

Say hey to Robotiky: a robot designed to be programmed by kids using a simplified drag-and-drop software interface on their computer.<p>It’s getting hard to keep track of all the startups looking for cute ways to crack a hard problem: teaching kids how to code without boring them to death.<p>There are …

11% Of Americans Think HTML Is A Sexually Transmitted Disease

Apparently, Americans aren't as comfortable with technology as you'd think...<p>Update: Some have called into question the validity of this study. You can read a copy of the press release here. BuzzFeed has reached out to Vouchercloud's team for further clarification on how the survey was conducted.

Xbox One Project Spark Beta Launches Today (video)

Owners of Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox One games console might be pleased to learn that today Team Dakota has expanded the Project Spark Beta …

MOSS kits let you build the robot of your dreams with color-coded cubes

The big story at this year's Toy Fair was definitely STEM. That stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics -- four areas of study that educational companies and bureaucracies have been pushing more students to get involved with. So it was no surprise that, as we wandered the halls …

Through Its Network Of Mentors, HackHands Offers Live Help For New Programmers

With sites like Codecademy and Stack Overflow, there are plenty of ways to learn programming and get help online — but there’s nothing like a live human being who can answer your questions and look at your code, according to the co-founders of a new website called HackHands.<p>One of those …

Smartphone giveaway: win a custom 32GB Nexus 5 from Pocketnow and dbrand!

A question for you, fellow mobile geeks: do you ever wander over to google.com/nexus5 to behold the splendor of the 2013 Android flagship, soaking in …

No to NSA Spying

Thunderclap Preview - Facebook<p><b>No to NSA Spying</b><p>Did you know that the National Security Agency are spying on you? Please support us! #NoToNSA …

Bing Rewards launches on mobile, but not for everyone

Now you can earn rewards for using Bing on your mobile device, as long as it's not a Windows Phone.<p>Snubbing its own mobile OS once again, Microsoft brought Bing Rewards to iOS and Android devices Wednesday. Already available for desktop, the program helps hold down Microsoft's 18.2% share of US …

Recommended Reading: The Internet of (insecure) Things and the fight for wearable disruption

<i>Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books dealing with the subject of technology that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.</i><p><b>The Internet of Things Is Wildly Insecure - And</b> …

Microsoft Wants You To Rethink Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer has long suffered from the bad reputation it inflicted upon itself, and Microsoft is painfully aware of this. Ever since IE9, though, it’s been a pretty good browser and the latest versions have embraced open web standards, added a very fast JavaScript engine and new features like …

WunderBar is an Internet of things starter kit for app developers - http://trib.al/dvF744u

FaceSubstitute Is The Coolest (And Creepiest) Thing You’ll See This Week

Ready for your semi-regular reminder that technology is freakin’ <i>amazing</i>?<p>FaceSubstitute is a tech demo that lets you use your webcam to try on someone else’s face (god, that was a weird sentence to type), and it’s just as creepy/awesome as it sounds. Want to be Walter White? Sure! Want to be a …

Hackers And Spambots Are Going After Your Fridges and Smart TVs Now

There are plenty of good reasons you might want an Internet-enabled smart refrigerator. Your friends will constantly tell you that you’re from the future! You could check how much milk is left <i>from the store!</i> You can… uh… tweet from it when every other more-suitable gadget in your house is dead?<p>But …

Arduberry Combines Raspberry Pi And Arduino (video)

Developers, students and tinkerers that enjoy using the Raspberry Pi and Arduino systems might enjoy this new device called Arduberry which has been …

You can hack the Raspberry Pi into a touchscreen camera - Pocket-lint

Though it's not likely to replace your Canon or Nikon digital camera, the creatives over at Adafruit have come up with a clever new trick for your …

Raspberry Pi

Microsoft: Xbox One is #1 in the US for December with 908,000 consoles sold

Microsoft and Sony already went head to head with worldwide sales numbers for 2013 and while the PS4 rode is out front there (4.2 million to 3 million), the Xbox One apparently sold more systems in the US last month. December figures from the NPD group arrived today, and Microsoft is touting …

Hybrid tablet 'switches seamlessly' between operating systems

Taiwanese consumer electronics firm Asus has released an Intel-based computer which can seamlessly switch between Android and Windows at the press of a button.<p>And - similar to some other "hybrid" tablets now appearing - the Transformer Book Duet can also be mounted to a keyboard dock to use in …

Consumer Tech

Toshiba’s 5-in-1 Computing Device Concept Looks Like What Windows 8 Is Meant For

One of the best parts of CES are the devices that companies show off that are more or less conceptual, and may or may not ever even get made. One such gadget is the Toshiba 5-in-1 tablet, notebook, media player, drawing slate, etc. It’s sleek looking in pre-production solid aluminum, and also has a …

Calling all young entrepreneurial designers, Kleiner’s 2014 design program is now open

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Kleiner Perkins has been restructuring itself, and part of that plan has been to emphasize the importance of product design, …

ASUS' Transformer Book Duet can switch between Android and Windows as a laptop or tablet (update: hands-on)

If you're looking for a dual-booting convertible but find ASUS' Transformer Book Trio a little <i>too</i> clever, you'll want to check out the company's just-unveiled Transformer Book Duet TD300. The 13.3-inch PC is really a dual-OS tablet that bundles a keyboard dock with its own hard drive and ports -- …

Samsung updates its 15-inch ATIV Book 9 Ultrabook with touch, a higher-res screen and lossless audio

Samsung launched its 13-inch ATIV Book 9 Plus Ultrabook with so much fanfare that it was easy to overlook the not-so-good news: The 15-inch Series 9 wasn't getting any updates. In fact, you can still buy it today, but with last year's Ivy Bridge chip and a 1,600 x 900 screen that doesn't support …

The Best And Worst Gadgets Of 2013

2013 was a heady year: a time of hope; a time for sadness; a time for twerking; and a time for doge.<p>But it was also a time for gadgets. As we wait for 2013 to come to a close and hope for brighter things for the year to come, here’s a look at the gadgets we loved, the ones we hated, and the ones …

Why 2014 Is The Year You Change

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>James Altucher is an investor, programmer, author, and several-times entrepreneur. His latest book is “Choose Yourself!”</i> <i>(foreword by Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter). Follow James on Twitter @jaltucher.</i><p>I stopped going to classes. I had a scholarship that paid all my living expenses …

NSA can hack WiFi devices from eight miles away (video)

The NSA may have the ability to intercept data from around the world, but we now know that it has some impressive (and intimidating) equipment for snooping on nearby targets. Security guru Jacob Appelbaum told those at the Chaos Communications Congress this weekend that the NSA's big box of tools …