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Paul Everton

Doom3 BFG Source Code Review: Introduction - 3 views

    the game hit the stores). The 10 years old idTech 4 engine has been updated with some of the technology found in idTech 5 (the game engine running Rage) and it was an interesting reading session. I call it "idTech4 prime" sinc
Jonathan Gilbert

Steve Jobs' Dream Device Has Arrived (and it's made by Microsoft) - 1 views

    Ditch the remote control, switch between content sources just by saying what you want!
Paul Everton

Epic Citadel - 1 views

    © 2013, Epic Games, Inc. Epic, Epic Games, the Epic Games logo, Unreal, Unreal Engine, Unreal Technology, the Unreal Technology logo, and the Circle-U logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Epic Games, Inc., in the United States of America and elsewhere. Other brands or product names are the trademarks of their respective owners.
Cory Metcalfe

Algorithm Identifies Top Ten Technology News Trend Setters - 1 views

    businessinsider arstechnica engadget techcrunch mashable venturebeat techdirt theregister forbes guardian
Trevor Sweetland

Google reports 'alarming' rise in censorship by governments - 1 views

  • rise in the number of times governments attempted to censor the internet
  • requests to remove political content
  • from western democracies
  • ...6 more annotations...
  • Google was asked by Canadian officials to remove a YouTube video of a citizen urinating on his passport and flushing it down the toilet
  • Google complied with an average of 65% of court orders
  • 47% of more informal requests
  • more than one million requests a month from copyright owners
  • the main reason Google had removed links
  • The company complied with 97% of requests
Serena Vandersteen

Pirate Bay plans web browser to elude censorship - 1 views

    A new browser from The Pirate Bay could make it harder than ever for authorities to block access to its site.
Brant Bobby

Small Alberta town gets massive 1,000 Mbps broadband boost - 2 views

    "Ultrafast internet speeds that most Canadian city dwellers can only dream of will soon be available to all 8,500 residents in a rural Alberta community for as little as $57 a month, thanks to a project by the town's non-profit economic development foundation."
Brant Bobby

Technology Radar January 2014 | ThoughtWorks - 4 views

    "The radar sets out what we think is interesting in software development today. Things that you should pay attention to and consider using in your projects."
Brant Bobby

Microsoft open sources a big chunk of .NET - 1 views

    Roslyn project (which includes the new C#/VB compiler):
Melissa Kendall

Hitchhiking-Robot Treks Across Canada - 1 views

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