Apple Orders Memory Game Developers To Stop Using 'Memory' In Names
If I may.. from http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/7688/memory :
First published in today's form by Ravensburger in February 1959.. There are hundreds of different Memory games - starting with 24 cards for the youngest.. The most famous publisher is Ravensburger - they have the rights for the brand name Memory - and they have really nice ones.
I still feel that banning the use of "memory" in a keyword is ridiculous.
Has Apple Made Programmers Cool?
Finally! How did CNET know the only reason I program is to look cool in the eyes of people who have trouble understanding boolean logic?
C++ 2011 and the Return of Native Code
Don't forget ASSEMBLY for those super duper inner tight loops!
AT&T To Acquire T-Mobile From Deutsche Telekom
You'll soon be able to use your phone to call your friend to complain about the T-Mobile switch while surfing on Slashdot to complain, all at the same time. Because, only AT&T's network gives you the power to call and surf at the same time.
Book Review: Learning ExtJS 3.2
I agree to an extent. I ended up ditching ExtJS and rolling my own editable grid, server communication, popups, etc.
ExtJS is great for getting a UI up and running quickly.
Getting Computers To Recognize Facial Expressions
Reminds me of a facial expression recognition project I worked on about five years back using plain old webcams and Neven Vision software. Under decent lighting conditions we were able to detect a variety of expressions.
Apple in Talks to Improve Sound Quality of Music Downloads
I used to think there was no difference between Monster and those other cables. I listened at a friends house and couldn't tell the difference - AT FIRST. Then he showed me the gold ends of the Monster Cables, explaining how they maximize and up-convert the signal. After plugging the glistening gold connectors back in, I could immediately tell the difference. Sometimes you have to listen with your eyes, not just your ears. :)
First Reviews of Civilization V
You, sir, are obviously not familiar with the metric system.
New Tool Reveals Internet Passwords
Requesting delete because that VB.NET tool doesn't deserve the bandwidth it will cost.
In their defense, the core logic is written in C#.