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JS Foundation unites projects for serverless application development

The JS Foundation has paired up two of its projects in order to deliver a set of tools that would allow JavaScript developers to deploy serverless …

Microservices

CreateJS - An Essential Tool For Game Development in HTML5 Canvas

Can we imagine any game without amazing <b>graphics</b>, <b>animations</b>, and <b>sounds</b>? If you are developing a game then these are essential objects of the game. …

Game Development

Google ordered to remove links to ‘right to be forgotten’ removal stories

UK data protection watchdog orders search engine to remove search result links to news stories about right to be forgotten link removals<p>Google has been ordered by the Information Commissioner’s office to remove nine links to current news stories about older reports which themselves were removed …

Chrome for Mac is about to get a lot faster

If you’ve been using Google’s Chrome browser on Mac, you’ve been missing out on some serious performance gains made by Apple with its Safari browser: Not only is Cupertino’s favorite browser faster than Chrome, it also saves battery power.<p>But Chrome is looking to catch up with a coming update that …

Batteries

Swatch has trademarked Apple’s iconic 'One more thing' catchphrase in an epic troll move

Swiss watchmaker Swatch is poking some fun at Apple. The company has acquired a European trademark for “One more thing,” the phrase made famous by Steve Jobs.<p>It has also filed for a trademark for ‘Tick different,’ a pun on Apple’s iconic ‘Think Different‘ campaign used from 1997 to 2002.<p>Steve Jobs …

Apple Watch

NVIDIA is testing online game sharing for GeForce Experience

You know that awesome PlayStation 4 feature that lets you digitally "pass" your controller to a friend over the internet? Soon you'll be able do that on a PC, too. The next big update to NVIDIA's GeForce Experience software includes something called GameStream Co-op -- a feature that pipes your …

Android phones will now come with fewer pre-installed apps

Freedom from bloatware<p>Android users will soon be getting a little less bloatware on their phones. <i>Android Central</i> reports that Google has relaxed its requirements about which apps have to be permanently installed, which means apps like Google+, Google Play Games, Google Play Books, and Google …

Google Is Millions Of Miles Ahead Of Apple In Driverless Cars

Last week’s “exclusive” in the Guardian claiming to “confirm Apple is building self-driving car” raised quite a buzz. Much of that buzz was skeptical, with many pointing out that the facts failed to support the Guardian’s conclusion.<p>The logical leap that Guardian made was that an Apple engineer’s …

Twitter and Google's Search Partnership Has Expanded to Desktop

Twitter and Google teamed up a few months ago to show tweets in Google searches on mobile. Now that partnership has expanded to include desktop searches, too, so anyone searching on Google in English will now see tweets appear in the results. The move means Google has more content to surface, and …

Chrome can now spellcheck multiple languages simultaneously

Polyglots of the world rejoice: Google developer François Beaufort has revealed that the company has added support for simultaneous multilingual spellcheck in its latest experimental Chrome Canary build.<p>So, next time you’re sending a message, email or blog post out into cyberspace in more than one …

6 reasons to get excited for Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Google ordered to remove links to articles covering 'right to be forgotten'

The Information Commisioner's Office has ordered Google to take down links to news articles covering the removal of links to stories under the 'right to be forgotten' directive<p>Google has been ordered to remove links to news articles cataloguing its removal of links under the EU 'right to be …