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The comprehensive new iOS app teaches you to pronounce and converse in the fictional language, spoken by the nomadic Dothraki people.
The app inspects and rates your writing in addition to being a useful text editor.
Linguist John McWhorter offers up a lesson in how fantasy languages become real languages.
Jedi lookalikes perform spectacular tricks in a Utah valley desert that's similar to the Skywalker home world Tatooine.
Graph Search can help discover shared Likes and connections, but the search engine doesn't go very deep. For example, you can't search for movies your friends liked or rated that are just released in theaters.
The newly unveiled, and still very beta, Graph Search marks the start of the next major phase in Facebook's history, and a path to Google-like revenue.
Security cameras that watch you, and predict what you'll do next, sound like science fiction. But a team from Carnegie Mellon University says their computerized surveillance software will be capable of "eventually predicting" what you're going to do.
The social network will let users "collect" images of products that they can buy. Facebook isn't taking a cut -- yet.
The scene of the Oracle-Google trial Thursday was more like a computer science classroom than a courtroom as the witnesses explained the inner workings of Java and APIs.
An update to the otherwise great Pixable photo viewing app illustrates that not all Timeline verbs should be streamed into the Timeline.