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Android M developer preview hands on: Refining the experience Android M developer preview hands on: Refining the experience

By Ryan Whitwam Android 5.0 Lollipop was a big step for Android, though it took a few iterations to get all the major bugs ironed...

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AMD updates Catalyst beta drivers, reportedly prepping new ‘Fury’ brand to take on GTX Titan AMD updates Catalyst beta drivers, reportedly prepping new ‘Fury’ brand to take on GTX Titan

By Joel Hruska AMD has launched new Catalyst beta drivers with specific improvements for Project Cars and The Witcher 3,...

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NASA begins testing InSight, next Mars lander, for 2016 mission NASA begins testing InSight, next Mars lander, for 2016 mission

By Jamie Lendino NASA has had a remarkable record when it comes to successful missions on the Red Planet, dating back to 1976 with Vik...

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Memories emerge intact from cryogenic resurrection machine Memories emerge intact from cryogenic resurrection machine

By John Hewitt Many animals can survive prolonged periods of exposure to freezing temperatures. To do this, they run a sophisticate...

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Software snag silences Science Guy’s solar sail spacecraft Software snag silences Science Guy’s solar sail spacecraft

By Joel Hruska Bill Nye the Science Guy’s foray into solar sail propulsion is likely to come crashing back to Earth thanks to a so...

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‘Thought vectors’ could revolutionize artificial intelligence ‘Thought vectors’ could revolutionize artificial intelligence

By Aaron Krumins Despite all the recent hullabaloo concerning artificial intelligence, in part fueled by dire predictions ...

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Microsoft saw the future, but missed creating it Microsoft saw the future, but missed creating it

By Ben Algaze While I was researching another story, I ran across this Slate article referencing some futuristic Microsoft concept v...

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Scientists Grow Fully Functional Brain Tissue in the Lab Scientists Grow Fully Functional Brain Tissue in the Lab

What they grew were essentially miniature cortices The cortex is basically the brain's outer layer of neural tissue....

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Android M's Huge Changelog Includes at Least 50 New Features Android M's Huge Changelog Includes at Least 50 New Features

About 10 are very important, while the rest are minor Even tough at first glance you might think that Android M doesn'...

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Java's key to success is simplicity Java's key to success is simplicity

Joab Jackson Java's success in remaining relevant on the ever-changing landscape of software development has been its rel...

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Elementary Java language features Elementary Java language features

By Jeff Friesen Java 101: Foundations mini-series on elementary language features introduces some of the non-object-oriented featu...

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US sides with Oracle in Java copyright dispute with Google US sides with Oracle in Java copyright dispute with Google

John Ribeiro The administration of President Barack Obama sided with Oracle in a dispute with Google on whether APIs, the s...

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Unfinished business: Java is a 20-year-old grown-up with bright prospects ahead Unfinished business: Java is a 20-year-old grown-up with bright prospects ahead

Cameron Laird Reflecting on Java's 20-year anniversary last week, the easiest future prediction to make is that someone w...

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AngularJS 1.4 is built for speed, animations AngularJS 1.4 is built for speed, animations

Paul Krill Version 1.4 of the AngularJS JavaScript framework, focusing on enhancements for animation and performance, is now ...

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Java at 20: How it changed programming forever Java at 20: How it changed programming forever

Elliotte Rusty Harold Remembering what the programming world was like in 1995 is no easy task. Object-oriented programming, for ...

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