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It is the Hacker Cup 2012 from Facebook

  Facebook announced the release of its  Hacker Cup 2012 , global competition that challenges developers to solve problems in the shortest possible time . The event also serves as a recruiting tool for large values ??of the programming, other coveted value in Silicon Valley. In successive elimination rounds, participants must solve algorithmic problems of increasing difficulty, the more quickly and accurately [...]




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Apple Released Latest Version of Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion for Developers ( Download)

Apple has released the latest version of Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion for testing by developers. This latest version is called 11D36 and according to the release notes, Apple claims that it operates smoothly, while the focus areas are iCloud , Mail, Safari, iCal, Spotlight and Address Book. The OS X Lion is the first Apple [...]




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Android Training for Developers from Google

Google wants to raise the bar in the average quality of the applications available in the Android Market and it points us forward on a process of awareness of issues of utmost importance to programmers in the creation of software. Google planned Android Training which is a project whose goal is to represent the new point of reference [...]




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The Nvidia Releases the Source Code for CUDA Compiler

The Nvidia announced that it will release the source code for its last compiler for CUDA, which allows programs to use the NVIDIA GPU for general purpose parallel computing.   The new version is based on LLVM, a popular open source compiler structure that is not limited by programming languages, so this version will allow developers [...]




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Video-Brush “Tooth Guardian” Show the Oral Cavity from the Inside

Group of Asian designers introduced a device called Tooth Guardian. Externally, it is usual electric toothbrush, work with oridinary toothpaste but it built a tiny camera that allows you to independently assess the Cavity or purity of the teeth and their condition. The camera in the Tooth Guardian – a miniature CCD sensor, equipped with a [...]




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Cute Little printer For Your Smartphone

Design studio in London BERG device announced “ Little Printer ”. As the name implies,it is a cute little black and white printer designed for use with a mobile phone. The printer will be connected to the Internet several times a day to print the tape formed from different sources. It turns out a small personal newspaper. Data for printing [...]




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Apple Released the iOS 5.1 With a “Mysterious Reference”

The Apple gave developers a preview of the next key after upgrade iOS 5, with iOS 5.1 beta and Xcode 4.3. This upgrade improves the functioning of dictation, but continues to refer only to the iPhone 4S. So far from what have become known since the beta, the changes are mainly the programmatic piece, so we will [...]




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10 Years Ago a Browser IE6 was born, Now its Dying!

The fact that IE6 is dying, ok is a one story, but biggest news is that I think I even used to say that dies … The IE6 countdown is one of the many site, which have sprung up lately, dealing with the recording of the final “death” or even the negligible use of IE6.  Once upon a [...]




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Rockstar Will Soon Tell the Truth About the Action, for GTA 5

After the release of their debut movie Grand Theft Auto 5 in the Network began to appear regularly as all kinds of rumors about the game, as well as of the date of its release. A few days ago the rumors commented developers. Representatives from Rockstar Games announced that they will not change GTA 5 position and continue to refuse to [...]




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Enjoy iOS 5 Interface on Windows 7 [Free Download Skin]

Before waiting for Apple launched the final version of the iPhone, right now we can bring the look of this great smartphone to Windows 7. A fancy interface with familiar buttons in iOS will surely satisfy fans still expect to wait  iPhone 5 is born. IOS interface package, called Skin Pack was developed by Hamed, a [...]




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Microsoft Decide to Make Cheap Computers for Students

Microsoft Corp plans to begin production of cheap computers, which is designed for students and families with low incomes. According to the company, cheap computers should be considered worth $ 250. Ruformator As reported, the production cost PC will begin in 2012.  Incoming search terms:cheap computers for students




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Remote Access Via Google Chrome Remote Desktop

To demonstrate the technology, Google Chrome Remoting extension released Remote Desktop Chrome (beta), which allows remote access to another computer through a browser Chrome, regardless of operating system (Windows, Linux, Mac, Chromebook).Access is on a one time authentication code that valid only during a single session.




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