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Google I/O 2014

All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.

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Google's Euler doodle highlights an O.G. math star

The search engine celebrated Tax Day by paying tribute to one of the original numbers guys on his 306th birthday.

By April 15, 2013

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Get in the Game of Thrones (and get killed) for just $20K

George R.R. Martin is raising money for charities including an incredible New Mexico wolf sanctuary, and the top incentive involves your grisly death in an upcoming "A Song of Ice and Fire" novel.

By June 5, 2014

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Google Translate now serves 200 million people daily

The company breaks down language barriers a billion times a day, it reveals at Google I/O. On the to-do list: real-time conversation translation.

By May 18, 2013

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Google's 2013 I/O swag giveaway: Less is more

Google only gives out one freebie to developers at its annual conference, but that doesn't mean it was cheap.

By May 15, 2013

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High school math wiz wins Intel Talent Search

In a contest challenging seniors with exceptional math and science skills, Intel awards $100,000 to California boy for project comparing two ways to estimate the square root of an integer.

By March 16, 2011

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How to use Pixlr-o-matic

Autodesk's retro photo-processing app is free and easy to use, though the sharing feature occasionally limits you to sharing a small image. Take a spin through Pixlr-o-matic on the iPad 2.

By September 19, 2011

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Pi Day 2012: Geeks' siren song sung in a round

Tomorrow is a day to celebrate everyone's favorite mathematical constant with gusto.

By March 13, 2012

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How Isaac Asimov got 2014 both so right and so wrong

In 1964, the famed writer shared his vision of our time. Some predictions were spot-on, while others were wildly off base. Crave's Eric Mack thinks he knows why.

By January 16, 2014

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Sally Ride, first American woman in space, dies at 61

A role model to millions of women around the world, Ride broke through the ultimate glass ceiling to become the first American woman in orbit before retiring to academia.

By July 23, 2012

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Nat'l Robotics Week to showcase future overlords

Sneaky intelligent machines have convinced industry players to put on a National Robotics Week in April. The purpose is to show that robots can "make life easier."

By February 4, 2010