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Survey: The average Mac developer is a white dude in his 30s who really wants to learn Swift

According to a recently published survey, the average Mac developer is white, male — and uses JavaScript (but really wants to learn Swift). Details come via Git Tower, which had just under 7,300 respondents to its survey. A wide range of questions spanned everything from age and gender to whether or not developers unit test. Show More Summary

E3 2016 Schedule: When And Where You Can Stream The Press Conferences

Over the past couple of years it's become tradition to tune in to see what new games, products, hardware and announcements are in store from the major three platform manufacturers and top tier publishers. Well, some streaming details have been announced so you can know exactly where to go to get your digital E3 fix.Click To Continue Reading

Moto Racer 4: release date, screens and new modes

22 minutes agoEntertainment / Video Games : VG247

Moro Racer 4 is still happening, and now we know when. Moto Racer 4: release date, screens and new modes Moto Racer 4 publisher Microids has broken a six month silence on the Artefacts Studio-developed project to provide a glut of new information. First up: release date. Moto Racer 4 is coming to Mac, PC, […]

Tribune Publishing Rejects Gannett Offer As It Unveils Plan To Expand L.A. Times

Big changes are afoot at Tribune Publishing, but it’s not clear what they’ll be after the owner of the Los Angeles Times formally rejected Gannett’s $400 million acquisition offer. In a letter to Gannett, Tribune CEO Justin DearbornShow More Summary

Lie: Jason Riley Publishes the Invitation from Virginia Tech That Virginia Tech Claims Doesn't Exist

Sure looks like the letter says "My purpose in writing is to invite you." I'm neither a lawyer nor an expert in party etiquette, but I'd say that's an invitation. Here's the invitation to speak @virginia_tech says was never extended...

Bugs as drugs

Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have grown and catalogued more than 130 bacteria from the human intestine according to a study published in Nature today (Wednesday May 4, 2016). read more

How FLIR Hacked Their Way into Hands of Consumers

Editor's Note: ProgrammableWeb is always looking for ways to help API providers be more successful in their endeavors. In recent months, we were asked to publish more articles about what it takes to run a successful hackathon. In response...Show More Summary

DC Unveils "Rebirth" Variant Covers for "Batman," "Superman," "Green Lanterns" & "Green Arrow"

Get your first look at a few of DC's variants for the publisher's "Rebirth" one-shots, hitting stands June 1.

Tribune Publishing rejects Gannett's 'opportunistic' bid

Tribune Publishing Co. on Wednesday rejected Gannett's more than $388 million buyout offer, saying it's too little for the company that owns The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and other newspapers. USA Today owner Gannett wantedShow More Summary

Android Malware Clicker.D!Gen Found on Google Play

Recently the Mobile Malware Research Team of Intel Security found on Google Play a new campaign of Android/Clicker.G in dozens of published malicious apps. This threat targets Russians but the apps are accessible worldwide. The attackers lure their victims with apps associated with health care, sports, food, games, and many other topics. Show More Summary

It's Deja Trump All Over Again

This piece was inspired by Ezinne Ukoha, whose story, "If I Were a Racist Bastard, Trump Would Be My Obama," published on Medium. com, is absolutely terrifying in its laser sharp assessment of the emotional temperature of our country. When...Show More Summary

Digital Publisher Isn't Liable for Freelancers With No Oversight

The Tenth Circuit recently handed down a decision that could present a wonderful business opportunity to some enterprising online "journalism" sites. The circuit court's opinion will likely stand for the rule that outfits like Examiner.com can drape themselves within a safe-harbor cloak when their independent contractors run afoul of copyright......

Medical Error Now Third Leading Cause of Death in US

Behind heart disease and cancer, medical error has been identified as the third leading cause of death in the U.S. according to a recent study published in the BMJ, an international peer reviewed medical journal.

Horse tranquilizer called ‘Vitamin K’ by ravers can lift depression within minutes: researchers

2 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A new study published today in Nature reports on the chemical reaction that makes Ketamine, often used as an animal tranquilizer, an effective antidepressant. Researchers on the rave drug known as “Vitamin K” demonstrated that “clinical trials by Zarate and others have shown that...

Experts Propose Non-Animal Approach to Predict Lung Toxicity

Scientific journals have published recommendations from a PETA International Science Consortium workshop for predicting lung toxicity with non-animal methods. The post Experts Propose Non-Animal Approach to Predict Lung Toxicity appeared first on PETA.

Check Out A Preview of Jeff Smith's Return To 'Bone' in 'Bone: Coda'

I honestly can't think of another comic that's as universally beloved as Jeff Smith's Bone. Originally serialized as a 55-issue comic published over the course of 1991 and 2004, it told the story of a trio of cartoon characters ousted...Show More Summary

Tribune Publishing has thrown out Gannett's offer to buy it (TPUB, GCI)

Tribune Publishing has thrown out Gannett's offer to buy it for $815 million. In a statement Wednesday, Tribune, which owns titles including the LOs Angeles Times, said its board unanimously rejected Gannett's "opportunistic" offer. "...Show More Summary

Skepticism about climate change may be linked to concerns about economy

WASHINGTON -- Americans may be more likely to accept the scientific evidence of human-caused climate change and its potentially devastating effects if they believe the economy is strong and stable, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. read more

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