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Apple Stores to run Watch workshops

The free Apple Watch Basics workshop will kick off on April 24, the same day the watch itself officially launches.

By April 17, 2015

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Apple to host free workshops to take the mystery out of coding

Tech giant will hold Hour of Code events next week at its stores -- from New York to London to Tokyo -- to spark kids' interest in computer programming.

By December 4, 2014

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Apple stores to host free coding workshops for kids

The 1-hour tutorials are slated for December 11 at US Apple retail stores.

By December 9, 2013

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Facebook will stop counting likes from some accounts

The social network is changing the way it tallies the number of likes that a Facebook Page has accumulated.

By March 5, 2015

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How Carl Bass is crafting Autodesk's push for makers like you

The software company known for projects as far afield as One World Trade Center and Grand Theft Auto is bringing its tools to DIY-ers tinkering fixes to everyday problems.

By February 26, 2015

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Games Workshop's Space Hulk coming to iPhone, not Android

The tactical sci-fi game is coming to PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad next year, but Android isn't yet on the cards, the developer tells CNET.

By December 11, 2012

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Obama jumps in to Hour of Code event with a little JavaScript

In campaign to promote computer programming, the president tells kids: "Don't just consume, create." Later, at a White House-hosted event, he even learns to write a few lines of code himself.

By December 8, 2014

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Google, Oxford University team up on artificial intelligence

The company and venerable university will work together to advance the field of machine learning.

By October 23, 2014

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Homeless handwriting inspires fancy new fonts

A project that turns handwritten letters seen on homeless signs into fonts gets a big boost from global typeface provider Monotype.

By September 29, 2014

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Can an armadillo paper airplane fly? Autodesk says yes

Autodesk researchers have developed a Pteromys, a tool that lets anyone design a paper airplane that will fly, no matter how outlandish.

By August 9, 2014