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DARPA wants you to play video games

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is crowdsourcing its software testing with a series of online games aimed at seeking out bugs and vulnerabilities.

By Dec. 16, 2013


Think acupuncture's a hoax? Think again

New research finds that the natural compound adenosine, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, floods tissue that is punctured or aggravated, and may be the secret ingredient in acupuncture.

By May. 30, 2010


25 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 tips

Get your S Pen at the ready and take down some of these tips on getting the best out of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

By Oct. 9, 2012


Google Spreadsheets: Microsoft, be very afraid

The ability to create and edit Excel-compatible spreadsheets online, free of charge, makes this application a great alternative for home users on a budget

By Jun. 12, 2006


Buzz Out Loud Ep. 1300: Is Ping a ding or a zing? (podcast)

Steve Jobs says he tried to get Facebook integration in Ping, but Facebook made it too hard. Uh huh. Also, Boxee says it can price its box at $100 more and still compete. We're not so sure. In other news, Twitter plans to record all the links you click, Skyfire hopes to bring flash to un-jailbroken iOS devices (for the children!), and EULA rules fall once again. --Molly

By Sep. 2, 2010


A simple formula to gauge a freemium model's success

For those still trying to figure out whether a freemium model is right for their business, Engine Yard's Michael Mullany offers a simple formula.

By Aug. 20, 2009


Open Source Segregation

Pennsylvania high school discriminates against student attempting to use open source browser for classroom assignment. Hairspray meets Firefox!

By Dec. 17, 2007


Open-source software rated: Ten alternatives you need

Open-source software is user-friendly, offers all the functionality most people will ever need -- and it's totally free. Here are ten of the best programs for your delectation

By Nov. 19, 2007