The companies hope the lure of popular cartoon characters can entice youths of all backgrounds to try their hand at coding.
The weekly magazine, started in 1925, is using crowdsourcing algorithms for the first time to find the funniest cartoon captions. Scientists see big potential in these jokes.
A popular European cartoon character in tears is being shared across the Web as a form of solidarity following the attacks in Belgium that killed more than 30 people.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET visits Israel and the West Bank to find fast-growing startups, homegrown military tech and more.
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At San Diego's annual pop culture fest, whose lifeblood is unapologetic obsession, the smartphone game is the fixation of the year.
As long as it doesn't rely solely on references to DC Comics lore, this sitcom could take off.
As comics become more mainstream, digital platforms trade mystique for accessibility.
The San Francisco-based tech company raises money to help developers bring games to the growing market of virtual and augmented reality.
Spotify listeners are streaming three times as much Pokemon-related music to fuel their marathons of the wildly popular new mobile game.