I do not give a flying fig, and Judge Dennis Graves does not give a flying fig, about how much you freaking love to text with your girlfriend. You have 361 days out of the freaking year to text your girlfriend, and this week is NOT, I freaking repeat NOT ONE OF THEM.
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Kretsinger was known online as "recursion" and was part of the LulzSec hacktivist protests against the arrest of Bradley Manning and Playstation hacker George Hotz, alias "geohot."
Essays, both typed and handwritten, drawings, explanations, photo-copied book pages, manifestos, scribbled side notes -- It's not an easy read, and it's even a bit unsettling in places, but it's worth reading.
Today, Google put a bow on the first quarter of 2013 with $14.0 billion in revenue, a 31 percent year-over-year increase. But that revenue, largely from ads, seems totally unrelated to the company’s most innovative products.
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Get ready for a resurrection: Mayer has brought Yahoo back from the dead, this time with gorgeous apps, cutting-edge devices, and a bright outlook for the future.
When Yahoo talks about mobile, it's not just referring to tablets and smartphones. It's also talking about the smartwatches, visors, and God knows what else you'll be using next year and the year after that.
Every like and comment and photo shared on Facebook has some ecological cost. The machines that process and store them use power, which still mostly comes from coal; and they need to be cooled.
Google+ comments on Blogger posts can be public or privately shared. Readers can choose to view top comments, all comments, or comments only from people in their own Circles.
High-gloss aesthetics, full-page photos -- the result is amazingly fresh and very much in stride with the apps mobile-first companies are releasing right now.
The new tools should, the company says, make it easier for mobile developers to play around with Open Graph features on smartphones and tablets. The SDKs also bring better tools for implementing Facebook Login.
To keep pace with its mobile traffic growth and with new features, the LinkedIn mobile team has had to rethink a lot of its apps: How do you fit such a wealth of information on such a small screen?
Editor's Pick "There are a few things that are critically missing. One is tooling support. The second is operability. Because those two things don't exist, people are falling back to native. It's not that HTML5 isn't ready; it's that the ecosystem doesn't support it."
New rumors (read: totally unsubstantiated fuel for gadget blogs) are swirling today about the mythical Microsoft smartwatch:
Why choose the Appstore? First, Kindles are still selling like hotcakes. Second, everyone with an Amazon account can buy apps in a single click. Third, globalization is now a relatively easy option.
This launch gives developers the full Twilio bag of tricks, now with full integration with Japanese carriers. And yes, all the documentation has been translated into Japanese, too.
Editor's Pick Late last year, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer told techsters her big game plan for the company: Making Yahoo accessible and relevant to a mobile-first culture. So, did she deliver?
"They wanted a way for anyone on the team to be able to jump into the codebase immediately without having to wrestle with updating software packages or installing new libraries."
Like so many other social media products available to businesses and brands, SocialFlow wants to help those high-dollar customers manage their online presences.
Chat Heads is part of the latest iPhone and iPad Facebook app update. Stickers are another element of the new apps. You can add Stickers to any message just by tapping the smiley icon; you can also get more Stickers from the Sticker Store.