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Experience Time Warp With MIT’s New Special Relativity 3D Educational Game | TechCrunch

Experience Time Warp With MIT’s New Special Relativity 3D Educational Game | TechCrunch | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Ever wonder what it would look like to travel at the speed of light?
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Web design trends we love

Web design trends we love | the science of computing | Scoop.it
I think most of you agree that when it comes to websites, design matters! Sometimes, that’s what the project is all about. “Life moves pretty fast; if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it”.
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Nokia Faked Its PureView Demo and Then Claimed They Never Said It Was Real

Nokia Faked Its PureView Demo and Then Claimed They Never Said It Was Real | the science of computing | Scoop.it
When we watched the latest ad from Nokia showing off its PureView technology in the Lumia and ridiculously fluid optical image stabilization, we were stunned.
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NASA Pulls Off 160-Million-Mile Software Patch | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

NASA Pulls Off 160-Million-Mile Software Patch | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | the science of computing | Scoop.it
If you think it's tough to keep your computer or smartphone's software updated, try keeping a space robot updated from 350 million miles away.
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Mars rover camera project manager explains 2MP camera choice: Digital Photography Review

Mars rover camera project manager explains 2MP camera choice: Digital Photography Review | the science of computing | Scoop.it

The waterfall software development model...

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Dropbox confirms it got hacked, will offer two-factor authentication

Dropbox confirms it got hacked, will offer two-factor authentication | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Spammers used stolen password to access list of Dropbox user e-mails.
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Apple v. Samsung: 5 Surprising Reveals in Latest Court Documents

Apple v. Samsung: 5 Surprising Reveals in Latest Court Documents | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Think Apple’s iconic iPhone design was born deep within the catacombs of Apple’s Cupertino campus? Think again.

According to Samsung’s unredacted trial brief (.pdf), the inspiration for the look of Apple’s original iPhone actually came from an idea for a Sony smartphone.

“In February 2006, before the claimed iPhone design was conceived, Apple executive Tony Fadell circulated a news article to Steve Jobs, Jonathan Ive and others. In the article, a Sony designer discussed Sony designs for portable electronic devices that lacked buttons and other ‘excessive ornamentation,’ fit in the hand, were ‘square with a screen’ and had ‘corners [which] have been rounded out,’” the document explains. An Apple industrial designer, Shin Nishibori, then mocked up the design, even using Sony’s logo on the back of the CAD drawing.

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The Mother of All Design Tablets - Technology Review

The Mother of All Design Tablets - Technology Review | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Aspiring designers, set aside your iPads.
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The Story of Steve Jobs: An Inspiration or a Cautionary Tale?

The Story of Steve Jobs: An Inspiration or a Cautionary Tale? | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Soon after Steve Jobs returned to Apple as CEO in 1997, he decided that a shipping company wasn't delivering spare parts fast enough. The sh...
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Microsoft Mulls a Stylus for Any Screen - Technology Review

Microsoft Mulls a Stylus for Any Screen - Technology Review | the science of computing | Scoop.it

this may turn out to be a game changer...

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'The Hobbit' at 48fps: Frame Rates Explained

'The Hobbit' at 48fps: Frame Rates Explained | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Peter Jackson's grand experiment with 48-frames-per-second digital footage is just the latest in a long line of filmmakers pushing the technological envelope in Hollywood.
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Muvizu | Animation software

Muvizu | Animation software | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Muvizu is a free software application that lets you make 3D animated movies on your home computer...
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Whoa, Dude, Are We Inside a Computer Right Now? | VICE

Whoa, Dude, Are We Inside a Computer Right Now? | VICE | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Two years ago, Rich Terrile appeared on 'Through the Wormhole,' the Science Channel’s show about the mysteries of life and the universe.
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Why Flash failed on Android, and what it means for Adobe | ExtremeTech

Why Flash failed on Android, and what it means for Adobe | ExtremeTech | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Flash was doomed from the start on Android.
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Microsoft is pushing users and vendors to Macs and Linux | ZDNet

Microsoft is pushing users and vendors to Macs and Linux | ZDNet | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Summary: Microsoft is insisting that users and vendors do things its way with Windows 8 and some of them aren't going to take it anymore.
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Microsoft launches Outlook.com, a clean, fresh take on webmail that puts it back in the game

Microsoft launches Outlook.com, a clean, fresh take on webmail that puts it back in the game | the science of computing | Scoop.it
Today Microsoft has unveiled Outlook.com, a new email product from the company that will eventually be the home of the hundreds of millions of Hotmail users.

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Think Quarterly by Google/ Googles Mag

Think Quarterly by Google/ Googles Mag | the science of computing | Scoop.it
How do you construct an innovative marketing strategy at the world’s third-largest toy maker? For LEGO CMO Mads Nipper, it’s by integrating the physical and digital worlds.
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Linus Torvalds - Google+ - Quick Nexus 7 comments.. So far: very positive. Yes, the…

Linus Torvalds - Google+ - Quick Nexus 7 comments.. So far: very positive. Yes, the… | the science of computing | Scoop.it

Quick Nexus 7 Comments By Linus Torvalds (Linux creator)
So far: very positive.

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