Archives: October 2013

What's so special about Google's AngularJS

October 29, 2013
Co-author of popular JavaScript framework cites dependency injection, directive concepts as differentiators
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For the Mac, like the PC, it's all downhill from here

October 29, 2013
Just as businesses have begun to grudgingly accept OS X, sales are slipping in what may be the Mac's long, slow good-bye
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Antigua and Barbuda: The new Pirate Bay?

October 28, 2013
WTO decision over online gambling is giving nation of Antigua and Barbuda unprecedented freedom to do as it will with U.S. copyrights
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Microsoft's Surface numbers don't add up

October 28, 2013
How in the world did Microsoft sell $400 million worth of Surface tablets last quarter? My bet: It didn't. Not even close
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Mozilla sheds a light(beam) on Web privacy

October 28, 2013
Lightbeam plug-in for Firefox shows who's watching when you log into your favorite sites, encourages users to anonymously submit tracking data
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Seagate cooks up game-changing cloud storage hardware

October 25, 2013
Seagate wants to pare down cloud storage to Ethernet-attached drives, but it'll take a long time, a lot of work
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With 3D printing, HP could go back to its tech roots

October 25, 2013
HP CEO hints at major move into 3D printing -- and potential return to nuts-and-bolts technology in which HP once excelled
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(Almost) everyone loves the new patent reform bill

October 24, 2013
New iteration of patent reform bill aimed at neutralizing trolls has bipartisan and industry support, but some business groups are uneasy
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Rubinius seeks to modernize, not bury, the Ruby language

October 24, 2013
Despite his criticism, Rubinius X backer Brian Shirai still loves Ruby and wants to make it more open to networked computing
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The new Web tracking: You never see it coming

October 24, 2013
Web tracking is far more pervasive and invisible than ever, thanks to browser fingerprinting and third-party aggregation
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