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Semantic Web Jobs: MIT Lincoln Laboratory

The MIT Lincoln Laboratory is looking for a Cyber Software Developer in Lexington, MA. The post states, “We are looking for highly motivated, passionate software developers to help us build the next generation testbed platform and cyber environment models, tools and applications. Show More Summary

US Fights Back? North Korea Loses Internet Connection

North Korea's Internet went completely dark Monday, days after the U.S. promised to retaliate for the Sony Pictures hack.

'RPG Shelterra The Skyworld' Review - Shelterra Vetus

You know, I've had a lot of people ask me why I cover every single one of Kemco's RPG releases. They're a big time sink to play and few people seem all that interested in them until they're on sale for $0.99, at which point people tend to buy them blindly without even knowing or

Ho Ho Ho! A Massive List of Holiday Sales is Here!

Alright, here we go folks. With the big iTunes freeze leaving developers fighting over ranking slots, and getting their holiday discounts in while they can still modify prices before the next week' shutdown, this means that there's a colossal list of cheapies and freebies to check out over the next week. Some games are dropping

Apple Supplier Responds To Documentary Exposing Brutal Working Conditions (AAPL)

Days after the BBC aired a brutal documentary exposing the questionable practices of some of Apple’s main component suppliers, one of those suppliers, Pegatron Technology, said Monday it planned to investigate the claims. Pegatron issued its statement to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (via Digitimes). Show More Summary

Apple Issues Network Time Protocol Security Fix for OS X Users

Apple today released a new security update that’s designed to address a "critical security issue" with the Network Time Protocol service on OS X. Apple recommends that all users install the update "as soon as possible." The update appears to address a problem that was highlighted by the U.S. Show More Summary

North Korea's Internet takes a hit after Sony hack

1 hour agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The country's Internet went dark Monday, prompting experts to wonder whether the outage was a result of a cyberattack

New Microsoft site targets users looking to switch from MacBook to Surface Pro

While it was Apple who for years targeted Windows switchers to the Mac platform, the tables have turned as now Microsoft is now the underdog, focusing its efforts on trying to win over MacBook users with its Surface Pro hybrid computers.

'Infinity Blade 3' at its Lowest Price Yet, $0.99

The Infinity Blade series goes on sale often enough, but Infinity Blade 3 [$0.99] has yet to drop below $2.99 – until now. Just in time for the iTunes freeze, you can pick up Infinity Blade 3 for just $0.99, down from its regular $6.99 price. Both the original Infinity Blade [$5.99] and Infinity Blade

100 Interactive Animated Video Tips

Posted by falkemedia digital GmbH 100 Video Tips for iOS 8 on iPad & iPhone ($1,79) iTunes Category: Education | Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Video tips to iOS8. Since the app has been very popular in Germany, We have now published an english version of the app. We are giving you 100 interactive, […]

Datanyze Acquires LeadLedger, A Sales Tool That Tracks Tech Product Marketshare

Sales startup Datanyze is announcing its first acquisition — it’s buying a similar service, LeadLedger. On a broad level, Datanyze and LeadLedger basically promise customers the same thing — they’re trying to help salespeople find new leads, particularly by tracking which websites are using competitors’ products, as well as overall marketshare. Read More

Critically-Acclaimed Platformer 'Leo's Fortune' is Only $0.99

Leo's Fortune [$0.99] has been one of the most-awarded games of the year, as it was awarded five stars from us, was given a prestigious Apple Design Award, and was named one of Apple's best of 2014 games. Now, as the holiday iTunes freeze hits, you can pick up this critically-acclaimed platformer for the cheapest

Jerry's favorite Android apps of 2014

My favorite Android apps of the past year Hey everybody! It's the time of the year where all of us here at AC look back and think on the highlights of 2014. That means we all get to compile lists of the things we thought were the "best." We're kicking it off with a "Best apps of 2014" list from each of us here. Show More Summary

Don't Strap a Fat Rabbit to Your New Drone (and Other FAA Tips)

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Federal Aviation Administration has an important message: Merry Christmas, don't fly your new drone like an idiot! Read more...

PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3? Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5

Last year, we featured the PaperTab, an extremely flexible E-ink reader prototype. PocketBook’s upcoming CAD Reader Flex isn’t as thin or flexible as the PaperTab, but it is real and will be available soon. It’s a…

These Cthulhumas Cookies Might Bring Santa to the Brink of Insanity

I don’t think serving these to Santa on Christmas is such a good idea. They’d probably end up turning the old man quite insane, and that can’t be a good thing. These Cthulhumas cookies were made by Instagram user liquidnight, the same lady who made the cool Cthulhu wreath we featured last week. Show More Summary

5 great Christmas songs that you’re not already horribly sick of

I never disliked Christmas music — not at first anyway. Like most genres, there’s good and bad. My problem with it comes less from some inherent Grinchiness and more from the fact that it becomes inescapable during the Holiday season, the same songs played over and over again, in every bodega, department store, and restaurant in the country. Show More Summary

T-Mobile's John Legere takes digs at competition in new holiday video

T-Mobile's has released a new video for the holidays, starring CEO John Legere. Legere sits by a fire reading a story about how worried AT&T and Verizon are about T-Mobile's gains in the last year. He says a little about T-Mobile's Q3 numbers, including the carrier's record growth.

Thunderbolt vulnerability leaves Macs at risk, researcher finds

A known flaw in Mac firmware could leave it open to attacks via Thunderbolt devices, security researcher Trammel Hudson has found. This unpatched hole has been known for at least two years, though it remains completely unaddressed thus far. "It is p...

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