12 Problems Only Programmers Understand
If you identify with this, chances are you’re a developer. Watch what happens when a programmer sets out to launch his own startup on the new comedy series Silicon Valley , premiering April 6...
- Make the Switch from Windows XP http://bit.ly/1mRT4Sz
Make the Switch from Windows XP
As of Tuesday, the venerable Windows XP operating system is going kaput. Microsoft is pulling update support for the OS, leaving it vulnerable to rapidly mutating cyber threats. There's precious little...
- Facebook To Buy Oculus VR, Maker Of The Rift Headset, For Around $2B In Cash And Stock http://buff.ly/1h7IoLJ
Facebook To Buy Oculus VR, Maker Of The Rift Headset, For Around…
Facebook has announced plans to purchase Oculus VR, the company behind the Rift headset, for around $2B in cash and stock. This includes $400 million in cash..
- It's worth a try ::: Why Apple and Comcast Need Each Other to Reinvent TV http://buff.ly/1dquBAN
Why Apple and Comcast Need Each Other to Reinvent TV | Wired Business | Wired.com
Apple and Comcast are apparently in talks about how to win the future of television. They could really use each other's help.
- Really ?? ... if that's the case why not just Azure? ::: Adios, Windows Azure. Hello, Microsoft Azure - CNET http://buff.ly/1lhJhVl
Adios, Windows Azure. Hello, Microsoft Azure - CNET
Microsoft will rebrand its cloud platform from 'Windows Azure' to 'Microsoft Azure' as part of the company's push to emphasize its cross-platform services prowess.
- Neato!! ::: Watch a ball breaking glass filmed at 10 million frames per second http://buff.ly/1dDfsqj
Watch a ball breaking glass filmed at 10 million frames per second
Check out the incredible footage of a ball breaking a glass filmed at an uncanny 10 million frames per second by the HyperVision HPV-X Camera of Shimadzu, a Japanese corporation that makes precision instruments,...
- Nice. And it actually makes Superman interesting. ::: If You Gave Superman A GoPro | TechCrunch
If You Gave Superman A GoPro | TechCrunch
If anyone ever asks you what you'd use a personal drone for, you could say "Real estate photos".. or "monitoring rhino populations"... or you could say..
- Yes ::: Apple's New Car System Turns Your Dashboard Into an iPhone Accessory http://buff.ly/1i0tVzC
Apple's New Car System Turns Your Dashboard Into an iPhone Accessory | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
Apple's CarPlay system is a “second screen” iOS interface optimized for the car -- one that allows for deeper integration with iOS devices than any in-car system to date. This should make the creators...
- Google Adds Full Restaurant Menus To Its Search Results Pages | TechCrunch
Google Adds Full Restaurant Menus To Its Search Results Pages |…
Here is a small but nifty update to Google Search: if you ask it to find a restaurant menu for you, it will now often just show you the menu right on the..
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