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SourceForge Interview: Making a Universal Media Server

The project serves media (video, audio and images) to devices such as televisions, gaming consoles, smartphones and more. continue…

‘Flappy Bird’ Might Come Back, Says Creator

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Who could resist the allure of thousands of dollars a day in mobile-ad revenue? continue…

Neil Young’s PonoPlayer: Future King of a Dead Market?

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The days of an iPod clone doing iPod-like business might be over. continue…

Is ‘Titanfall’ the Next ‘Halo’?

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Microsoft hopes so. continue…

Privacy Advocates Challenge Facebook’s WhatsApp Acquisition

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The groups’ complaint asks the FTC to probe the $19 billion deal. continue…

Ouya Expanding Beyond Its Console with ‘Everywhere’ Initiative

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Ouya founder and CEO Julie Uhrman hinted at her plan to bring Ouya games to television sets that aren’t connected to Ouya hardware. continue…

The Info-Access Hack That Changed the World

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According to Pew’s survey, 42 percent of Americans had never heard of the Internet in 1995. Now 87 percent use it frequently. continue…

The Web at 25: Used by the Majority, with Some Reservations

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Some 76 percent of those surveyed by the Project said the Internet was “good” for society, while 15 percent said “bad.” continue…

Code.org Resurrects ‘Flappy Bird’

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The hit game, shut down by its creator, has been resurrected as a lesson in coding. continue…

Google Fighting Potential Ban on Glass While Driving

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State legislators are considering whether to prevent the use of Google Glass behind the wheel. continue…