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Don't Miss: The Gamasutra community's game developer flashcards

Developers from across Gamasutra's community contributed to this quirky taxonomy of personalities and situations that you're likely to encounter if you spend much time in the game industry....

Trumped!: The Soho project of ill-coiffed development...

The Soho project of ill-coiffed development personality Donald Trump is heading to foreclosure, having sold less than a third of its 391 condo/hotel units. Despite this, the Apprentice host is not particularly worried, telling the Journal this is simply "a...

New biomedical implants heal bones faster, focus on personalized medicine

A major success in developing new biomedical implants with the ability to accelerate bone healing has been reported by a group of scientists, which suggests a move toward a future of personalized products. "It is very much like your taste in music and TV shows. Show More Summary

Simple test can help detect Alzheimer's before dementia signs show: York U study

TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2014 — York University researchers say a simple test that combines thinking and movement can help to detect heightened risk for developing Alzheimer's disease in a person, even before there are any telltale behavioural signs of dementia. read more

Battleborn video offers 15 minutes of co-op

13 hours agoEntertainment / Video Games : CVG

Gearbox's "hero shooter" shows its unique personality. Gearbox Studios has released a nearly 15-minute developer commentated video walkthrough of its upcoming "hero shooter", Battleborn.Click here to read the full article

YouTube Is Paying Millions To Keep Its Biggest Stars On The Site

Google has announced that it will be spending money on some of YouTube's biggest stars to help them develop new show ideas. This comes as the site faces competition from Facebook over control of the most popular online personalities....Show More Summary

Spouse's personality influences career success, study finds

As people spend more and more time in the workplace, it's natural for co-workers to develop close bonds — what's often referred to as a "workplace spouse" or an "office wife." read more

FirstRain Launches API to Increase Use of Predictive Analytics in Enterprise Apps

FirstRain, a personal business analytics platform provider, has announced the launch of a FirstRain API that allows enterprise developers to incorporate FirstRain platform functionality into third-party applications and systems.

Taking Out the Trash of the Day: Ukrainian Mob Tosses Corrupt Politician Into a Dumpster

yesterdayOdd : The Daily What

This honestly looks terrifying and no person really deserves this. The reason the mob is going after Ukraine's Economic Development Party member Vitaly Zhuravsky is he has a history of trying to pass bills that would crack down on anti-government protests. Show More Summary

Today in APIs: Speaktoit Launches API to Bring Siri-like Power to Your App

Speaktoit aims to provide its Siri tools as an API. launches Bitcoin API called Plugchain. Plus: gaming to keep API coding skills sharp, and developers embrace the Traitify personality API.

Yelp settles with the FTC over claims it collected personal info from kids

The FTC is eager to crack down on any perceived online privacy violations, especially when they involve children -- and we just got a good demonstration of that eagerness today. Both Yelp and mobile app developer TinyCo have settled with the FTC over...

Here’s Proof That An Exotic Car Won’t Melt In The Rain

2 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

There comes a time in the life of every aspiring journalist when he must put himself at risk of great personal peril in order to bring you a major developing story. Some go to treacherous riot zones and cover dangerous looting. Others go undercover to bring you tales of corruption and greed. Show More Summary

FTC: Yelp and TinyCo Improperly Collected Kids’ Data

Online review site Yelp and TinyCo, a popular developer of kids’ apps, settled charges that the companies had collected personal information from children without parental permission, the Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday.

Ive on Apple Watch: One of the Most Difficult Projects I've Ever Worked On

In a wide ranging interview with Bloomberg covering culture changes at Apple, Tim Cook's personality, the company's move into Apple Pay, and the development of the Apple Watch, Tim Cook, Jony Ive, and Jeff Williams share some fascinating...Show More Summary

WELL, THIS IS THE 21ST CENTURY, YOU KNOW: Motorized Pants to Help Soldiers and Stroke Victims: A s…

WELL, THIS IS THE 21ST CENTURY, YOU KNOW: Motorized Pants to Help Soldiers and Stroke Victims: A soft, lightweight exoskeleton developed at Harvard applies assistive force without interfering with a person’s normal gait.

Be careful with kids' privacy - FTC hits developer with hefty penalty

Mobile game developer TinyCo is settling with the U.S.' Federal Trade Commission after regulators accused the company of improperly collecting children's personal information....

iOS 8 Turns Your iPhone Into A Personal Healthcare Monitor

Earlier this year Apple announced HealthKit, a new API exclusive to iOS 8 that lets iPhone developers access health and exercise data. Though it looked slick, the company remained mum about its obvious, absent partner; the Apple Watch. Show More Summary

HBO & Playtone Take On Battle Against Offshoring With ‘Factory Man’ Miniseries

EXCLUSIVE: One of U.S.' biggest economic stories of the 21st century, how to save American jobs in the face of outsourcing, is getting a personal treatments in Factory Man, a miniseries in development at HBO. The project, produced by...Show More Summary

How Agile Changed the Software Development Workplace

In the last three decades, software development has undergone a drastic change. Computer science started out as a mix of discrete mathematics and electrical engineering. As more people bought personal computers, most businesses sold their software for fixed prices. Nowadays, businesses are more user

Thérèse Inza - Robotcist

In Kumatoo, Thérèse Inza the person behind the Traffic Regulation Robot Has developed humanoid robots that regulate traffic in Kinshasa. She is an industrial engineer in electronics, and the head of Women's Technology (Wotech), the association that is building these robots. Show More Summary

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