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Welcome to the Daily Roundup. In today's news, you can learn about the history of net neutrality. Meanwhile, we look at Nintendo's unique strategy and fondly recall Leonard Nimoy.
The summer internship isn’t about grabbing coffee anymore. A handful of early Y Combinator alums are testing a new type of summer program where they will give $10,000 to four or five teams this summer to build products.
Check out this awesome project where college kids at the University of Central Florida are building 3D printed arms and giving them to kids in need for free.
Netflix's critically acclaimed series House of Cards is significant for a number of reasons. The show itself is a fan favorite that has won awards and been touted as the first Netflix show to truly rival productions from top networks like HBO.
See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo The dam has broken, and the flow of leaks right now is raging. We’ve seen Samsung’s major new releases leak out more than once heading into the weekend, and a fresh series of photos seem to unveil the Korean company’s new curved smartphone, the Galaxy S6 Edge, in all its glory.
Am I super excited about this news? You bet! TV Line rounds out our week of Supergirl news by revealing none other than Helen Slater (star of 1984′s Supergirl and my childhood idol) and Dean Cain (star of ABC’s Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) would be appearing on the CBS series.
Samsung's Galaxy S6 is almost here, therefore we take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy Note 4 comparison to see which will be best.
Earlier this week, as Re/Code’s Jason Del Rey was trying to procure a chicken parmesan via text, we were trying to procure a tiger via text.
2 in 1 laptops bring together all of the utility of a full-blown computer with the portability of a tablet, and we're showing off some of our favorites.
When I go home to Tennessee, nobody ever asks me if I want a beer. "How 'bout a col'beer?" say the Southerners as they toss a can through the air.
After binge watching ‘House of Cards’ Season 3 on Netflix, I found myself focusing less on the political intrigue of Frank Underwood’s perilous presidency and more on the tech in the characters’ hands and offices.
Ridge Racer Slipstream Ridge Racer Slipstream carries the torch of the classic racing franchise onto Android, with high octane racing and loads of customizable cars with an arcade style feel.
The most awkward moment of the #Oscars2015 http://t.co/GMz5ZmJTtd pic.twitter.com/j6ETyX8LZ4 — Evening Standard (@standardnews) February 23, 2015 We all had to live with the aftermath of the Oscars this week, and that means John Travolta finally got a taste of his own name-mangling medicine courtesy of SomeGuy of The Mary Sue comments section.
See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo Devolver Digital has a whole slew of games coming, and they’re just days or weeks away.
In a post on its official Tumblr, the United States’ Office of the Director of National Intelligence noted that it sought and received a reauthorization of its telephony metadata program, authorized under Section 215 of the Patriot Act.
If you’re taking a mathematics course at the high school level or below (or you’re being presented with some equations you’ve long forgotten how to do…), at one time or another you’ve probably come across one of those “gotcha” math problem that you just cannot solve.
If you're eager to get some more puzzle action on your Xbox One, you might want to check out a new game called "Pneuma: Breath of Life," which just launched on the console.
Handset insurance is something most people have to consider when going to buy a new handset, and if you’re careful with your stuff,(we’re talking very careful)or you just have enough cash to throw around that accidentally breaking one doesn’t matter to you, than you might normally come to the decision that you don’t need handset insurance every time it’s presented to you by a sales associate.
There is little doubt that in the lead up to MWC this weekend, all eyes will not be on two particular companies.
It looks like one of the Internet's biggest scumbags is trying to exercise his "right to be forgotten." Ars Technica reports that Craig Brittain, the former proprietor of a "revenge porn" website, has filed requests under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) to have Google remove 23 links that contain accounts of his past actions, including a link to an FTC press release describing its settlement with him.