Archives: May 2013

Thousands of Tumblr users migrate to WordPress in wake of Yahoo acquisition

May 20, 2013
Yahoo pledges not to 'screw up' Tumblr and says it will remain an independent business
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Google positions Gradle as the build system of choice for Android

May 17, 2013
Company moves away from Ant, releases Gradle plug-in
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Mozilla postpones by-default cookie blocking in Firefox

May 17, 2013
Company reiterates its committment to user privacy but says it needs another six weeks to work out some kinks
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Want to work on Bing? Have I got an Easter egg for you!

May 17, 2013
Microsoft has deftly, cleverly hidden a help-wanted ad on the Bing home page
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Google I/O inundates and overwhelms

May 17, 2013
No major news on 'Key Lime Pie' or Google Glass, but Google unveils lots of tools, new features, and -- simply -- Awesome
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Google entices Chrome OS developers with prospect of native-like apps

May 16, 2013
The company doles out Chromebook Pixels at Google I/O, hoping developers will create more apps for Chrome OS
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Microsoft: Invulnerable software is not possible

May 16, 2013
Human error and bad actors will always make security a risk, a company executive acknowledges
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Google CEO talks interoperability and his company's relationship with Oracle

May 16, 2013
Larry Page notes court appearances among Google/Oracle dealings and company's inability to work with Microsoft
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Android tooling? Yes. New Android OS? No

May 15, 2013
While the Google I/O conference didn't bring Android 5.0 'Key Lime Pie,' the company did bolster app dev for Android
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From Maps to Search to Google+, Google unloads improvements across the board

May 15, 2013
Google execs cram dozens of announcements into the opening keynote at Google I/O
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