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Hasbro Goes After Blogger In IP Theft Case

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You’d never think that the world of Nerf guns and dart shooters was so intense, but Hasbro apparently sued a blogger for leaking information about unreleased Nerf products he found on Chinese marketplace Taobao using the sweetest bait imaginable: free Nerf guns. Urban Taggers is a blog about “assault blasters”...
Hasbro Goes After Blogger In IP Theft Case
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Google Releases Version 1 of its Go Programming Language

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Go, the increasingly popular programming language Google first announced in late 2009, is now available in its first stable version. This release also marks the first time that a native support for Go is available to Windows users. Dart, another language developed by Google's engineers, is mostly meant for web applications, while...
Google Releases Version 1 of its Go Programming Language
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Google's next offline apps: Presentations, Spreadsheet

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The company wants people to stop thinking its Web-based apps are susceptible to flaky networks. Also: Docs experiments with Dart and Native Client. [Read more]...
Google's next offline apps: Presentations, Spreadsheet

Do Not Play With This Propane-Powered Nerf Canon at Home

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Make’s Dan Spangler builds a propane-powered Nerf dart cannon that has enough force to dent a whiteboard....
Do Not Play With This Propane-Powered Nerf Canon at Home

Syncapse acquires Clickable to bring ad capabilities to its social marketing platform

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Social media management platform Syncapse today announced it will acquire Clickable, which has access to the Facebook Ads API and offers tools for search and social advertising. The acquisition puts the company in a better position to compete with others in the space as more social marketing platforms and ad...
Syncapse acquires Clickable to bring ad capabilities to its social marketing platform
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Gadget Of The Week: The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0

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There are plenty of ways to get your flight school kicks with your smartphone or tablet — this missile shooting Griffin chopper comes to mind — but few manage to ooze as much style (or cost as much money) as Parrot’s AR.Drone 2.0. Getting the thing ready to fly is...
Gadget Of The Week: The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0
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Google's Dart lands in Chromium tech preview

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Leaves weren't the only things flying around Mountain View last Autumn if you remember, Google also unleashed its Dart programming language. Now, developers can get their hands on a tech preview version of Chromium, with the Dart virtual machine baked right in. There are Mac and Linux binaries available...
Google's Dart lands in Chromium tech preview

Universal robot gripper sinks shots, throws darts, makes us feel inadequate (video)

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Soon there will be little left for us puny humans. Robots have long since replaced us at most menial tasks, now they're looking to claim our lucrative professional sports contracts. They've already proven their mettle at baseball, basketball and hockey. Now researchers at the University of Chicago and Cornell...
Universal robot gripper sinks shots, throws darts, makes us feel inadequate (video)

Dartium: Google’s New Dart Programming Language Comes to Chromium

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It's only been a few months since Google announced its new Dart programming language. While the language is still going through some major revisions, though, Chromium, the open-source project behind Google's Chrome browser, is now starting to integrate Dart into its platform with the release of "Dartium" version of the...
Dartium: Google’s New Dart Programming Language Comes to Chromium

Google Releases "Dartium" Browser for Developers

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Google is trying to get developers interested in Dart with a technology preview of the Dart VM in Chromium, better known as Dartium. The plan is ultimately to include the Dart VM in Chrome itself, but no timeline has been given yet for that. Google has been pushing pretty hard...
Google Releases "Dartium" Browser for Developers
Google's Dart programming language integrated into new version of Chromium browser

Google has released Dartium, a Chromium build with a Dart VM

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Google has announced the release of an experimental Chromium build that includes an integrated Dart language runtime. The browser, which Google calls Dartium, is being made available as a technical preview for the benefit of developers who want to see how the Dart virtual machine works in a browser....
Google has released Dartium, a Chromium build with a Dart VM

Google's Dart language arrives in Chrome test version

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A technology preview version of Google's browser lets programmers try Dart, an attempt by Google to improve on JavaScript's shortcomings that irritates browser rivals. [Read more]...
Google's Dart language arrives in Chrome test version

Google's New Ad Server Goes After the Little Guy

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Google knows you. It knows what type of car you drive from that time, last year, when you looked up the where you could find a cheap set of tires. It knows that you like Mexican food from all the times you've looked on Google Maps. And Google knows how...
Google's New Ad Server Goes After the Little Guy

Google maps out transition from Javascript to Dart

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The company's JavaScript to Dart Synonym application maps common idioms....
Google maps out transition from Javascript to Dart

Google helps translate JavaScript to its Dart alternative

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The company's JavaScript to Dart Synonym application maps common idioms...
Google helps translate JavaScript to its Dart alternative

Self-guided bullet developed by Sandia Labs can hit targets a mile away

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The US Governent's defense laboratory Sandia has developed a bullet which incorporates a self-guidance system, allowing it to hit a target up to a mile away with impressive accuracy. The four-inch long slug incorporates a lot of technology: an optical sensor in the nose used to detect a laser-guided...
Self-guided bullet developed by Sandia Labs can hit targets a mile away

Google Debuts JavaScript to Dart "Dictionary"

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A couple of Google engineers set about creating a JavaScript to Dart "dictionary." The idea is to enable JavaScript developers to see how code written in their preferred language would translate into Dart, what the differences and similarities are. The app lists some of the common use cases and language...
Google Debuts JavaScript to Dart "Dictionary"

Self-guided bullet hits target a mile away

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Two Sandia National Laboratories engineers - and hunters - have developed a dart-like, self-guided bullet accurate over a distance of a mile. read more...
Self-guided bullet hits target a mile away
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