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Cyber Monday And The Slow Death Of Black Friday

When Cyber Monday was invented in 2005 to encourage people to shop online, I don't think anyone really expected what would happen next. Over the past seven years, online shopping's popularity has skyrocketed. Bad news for Black Friday, right? 

Facebook's About To Get A Whole Lot Smarter

In a Q3 earnings call yesterday afternoon, CEO Mark Zuckerberg had a rather fascinating announcement to make: Facebook is looking into developing artificial intelligence. The organization has founded a new Artificial Intelligence Unit, and is separately also working on speech recognition.

From Something Awful To Kickstarter: The Tall Tale Of Dropsy The Clown

Today, I'd like to tell you a story about a clown. A horribly overweight, ugly clown who stores things in his pants and paints his face on everything. His name is Dropsy, and he got his start on the Something Awful forums some time ago. He's come a long way since - he's now the star of a video game.

UAttend Brings The Time Clock To The Cloud

Having trouble keeping up with your employee's time? uAttend offers a high-tech solution. There’s a new way to keep track of all that accumulated overtime.

ProDeaf, The First Brazilian Sign Language Translating App

Deaf people have several limitations on their everyday lives due to their lack of hearing. Whether it is a random people talking to them, a program on television/radio or a video on YouTube, their communication is highly limited. Luckily, technology is well developed nowadays and not just for "normal" people. ProDeaf, a mobile app developed by a Brazilian company to aid deaf people, is a such example.

How To Break Bad In Your Browser

Breaking Bad was probably one of the most phenomenal shows we've seen in years; an instant classic that'll be talked about for decades to come. Apparently, it's also become a Cookie Clicker-inspired browser game too, courtesy of the folks at nullism. 

Now, you are the one who clicks. 

Design & Construct A Boxy Papery Pal With Foldable.Me!

Foldable.Me’s highly customizable miniature characters are the result of an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign that resulted in simple and fun to make your very own “mini me,” without having to spend billions on cloning technology.

How Cloud Based Apps Can Make Small Businesses More Efficient

Staying organized and providing team members with an effective means of collaboration is integral to running a successful small business. Here is how cloud based web apps can improve efficiency and increase productivity.

Looking For A Link Between Video Games And Violence Distracts Us From Real Issues

In light of the media frenzy kicked up by GTAV, the topic of video games and their link to violence seems worth a revisit. To be frank: video games do not cause violence or aggression. We need to stop arguing about whether or not they do and move on: there's more important things to discuss.

Vanderbilt Literature Professor To Teach About MMOs Through Lord of the Rings Online

If you're interested in learning about MMORPGs - or the games industry as a whole - I've a spot of news for you. There's a course that'll teach you a great deal of what you want to know. It's called Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative; and it's taught in Lord of the Rings Online.