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In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

 
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Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 


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It’s high time we were able to come home and place our mobile phones in a dock that’s connected to a display, keyboard and mouse, and have it turn into a…...

We all know Chromebooks are inexpensive, but this one’s approaching impulse buy territory.Read more...

We've all seen the uncanny, not-quite-there art produced by new AIs. Why Matt Reynolds reports on an area computers might be expected to excel at creatively: programming themselves. And this one's doing it the same way humans do, by stealing and remi...

A wonderful way to keep kids interested in the outside world rather than glued to a small screen on road trips, this interactive window design lets riders zoom ...

If you purchased a computer between April 1 2003 and December 31, 2008 that included a DVD drive, you might be eligible to claim $10 from a class action lawsuit.Read more...

The Amazon Fire tablet that I use every day to watch videos, check twitter, learn kanji, and read ebooks, is on sale for $40. This is a great deal for a tablet, especially you install Google Play on it so you can download Android apps.

It wasn't nearly as bad as Yahoo leaking 500 million users' data, but Acer had its own hacking scare last year. Back in June, the Taiwanese computer manufacturer admitted that somebody stole credit card information for nearly 35,000 individ...