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Javascript framework Node.js is still reluctant to commit to version 1.0. by @laureninspace
Is your iMessage spam spiraling out of control? Here's why by @adra_la
Why Flipboard has authors flipping out by @owenthomas
Flipboard's Mike McCue on the future of media: The complete interview
Here are some principles to guide you in building and releasing code that others will care about. #opensource
With its new algorithm, @owenthomas thinks FitStar has even more potential. #workout
Hackable cars aren't necessarily a bad thing.
Here's what could force the traffic light to evolve into a smarter form—or render it obsolete.
Explaining the "Twitter canoe," and other Twitter jargon, with adorable illustrations.
AT&T is bringing its U-verse GigaPower gigabit broadband service to the Silicon Valley area.
Want a job in tech? Consider becoming a Linux expert.
FitStar decided its workout algorithm needed to shape up. Here's why
AT&T is going to bring its U-verse GigaPower gigabit broadband service to the Silicon Valley area
Flipboard's Mike McCue On The Future Of Media: The Complete Interview by @owenthomas
Verizon Wireless is scheming to create a new Android app store to compete with Google's Play Store. Cue the eye roll
Facebook Still Thinks It Can Make Apps Work More Like The Web by @selenalarson
Linux is everywhere, but Linux talent is not
Twitter is tightening its policies on harassment and graphic imagery
Google Noto is a free font family that currently supports 96 languages, and aspires to support them all
“Like a well-trained athlete, it's gotten stronger & more flexible.” @owenthomas from @RWW reveals our latest news:
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If you need to start an open-source project for your software, but have no idea how, we're here to help!
Do you canoe? Who the heck is @darth? Here's @selenalarson's illustrated guide to Twitter jargon.
The traffic light turned 100 years old. At the rate things are going, it might not survive another century
You'll be seeing tweets from strangers before long