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Microsoft Will Enable Digital Game Trading In The Future

When Microsoft backpedaled on the Xbox One's 24-hour authentication, it also removed one of its most promising features: digital games trading. Turns out, that decision wasn't permanent: Microsoft's Albert Penello today announced the studio will bring the feature back "when the time is right."

What We Can Learn From New Zealand's Ban On Software Patents

Last week. New Zealand passed a law that prohibits patents on computer software. This will, it hopes, foster innovation and competition (and kill the efforts of a whole gallery of patent trolls). Seems to me that we can learn a thing or two from this move.

Nine Awesome Old School Party Games

It's a shame that Nintendo seems to be one of the only studios that remembers the meaning of the term 'party game.' These games demanded in-person interaction: the Internet was irrelevant. Today, it's time for a bit of nostalgia - time to pay homage to some of the best party games of ages past.

Facebook Updates Android SDK To Draw More Developers; Adds 3D To All Apps

Recently, Facebook has been making a concerted push to bring more Android developers into the fold, in addition to making its mobile game stronger overall. To that end, it's announced several updates to bring the Android SDK in-line with iOS, and added 3D capabilities to both.

Desert Plants Could Soon Look To The Internet To Thrive

Brian Munroe is a member of the Las Vegas hackerspace SYN Shop, and a home owner in the dry Las Vegas Valley. And like everyone with a home in the desert Southwest he knows the frustration of keeping his landscaping watered properly while following guidelines from the local water authority.His solution? The Hydrogadget.

Several TOR Services Shut Down

A single arrest and site shut down brought half of the TOR hidden services down. While TOR is a good way to anonymize yourself while on the Internet, be wary of hidden services right now.

Shoryuken Posts A Comprehensive Guide On Fighting Games (With A Side Of Game Design)

In the wake of fighting-game tournament Evo 2013, legions upon legions of fans are bombarding their favorite contestants with questions about getting started in the genre. One of the folks over at Shoryuken has now responded; he's just recently posted a full-length guide. Ever wanted to learn how to fight?

Google Releases Correlate Tool

Google Correlate allows you to match data sets with search terms. You can draw a curve over time and find search terms that match, or enter your data and find the same matches. This can give you insights on what people look for over a particular time frame or season.

Taking A Look At The New AOL Reader

If you were one of those loyal Google Reader users, you may still be looking for a good replacement. AOL Reader is a web based option that is elegant and well designed. You may want to give it a try while it's still in beta.

Rethinking The Cloud In A Surveillance State

With the recent NSA surveillance leaks, is the cloud still such a great solution for businesses in order to store their emails, documents and contacts? When it's your turn to come up with that next great invention, will you host your own data?