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coding

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Republic Wireless adds short-code messaging

The carrier has finally made it possible for users to receive texts from airlines, coupon providers, Starbucks and other businesses and services.

By October 13, 2014

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Mobile apps are leaving Web work in the dust, code guru laments

How it shakes out will profoundly affect the way we all use computing devices, warns high-profile developer Tim Bray. And should we cede so much control to Apple and Google?

By October 10, 2014

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The Orbnext LED cube offers a color-coded cloud

This likable smart home novelty wants to add some color to your workspace

By September 24, 2014

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The Sims 4 cheat codes

The Sims is one of the few games that still openly permits the use of cheat codes. Here are the codes for the newly launched The Sims 4.

By September 7, 2014

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CodeSpells: Write code, invent magic spells

A game currently seeking funding on Kickstarter aims to make coding fun and exciting by using it to cast environment-changing spells in an open sandbox world.

By September 2, 2014

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Google's nerd cred not easy to come by: Yahoo kills Web coding project

The Yahoo User Interface software library was helpful but at odds with modern Web programming directions, Yahoo says.

By August 29, 2014

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Unreleased Duke Nukem source code found at Library of Congress

A cache of recently acquired video games at the Library of Congress turned up a true find: the source code for unreleased PSP game Duke Nukem: Critical Mass.

By August 6, 2014

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​QR codes aren't useless after all, study says

Nielsen finds nearly half of the consumers it surveyed like using quick response codes on their phones to buy things in stores.

By July 10, 2014

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Girl Geek Academy wants to teach one million girls to code

A new initiative aims to teach women how to create apps and launch their own startups, with the aim to reach one million people by 2025.

By July 9, 2014

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Computer code gets literary with code poetry slam

Stanford has hosted its first high-tech poetry competition, exploring how computer code can be read and deployed as a poetic language.

By January 8, 2014