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"“The main reason of removing ‘Flappy Bird’ is the negative effect to my players,” Nguyen told The Washington Post in an e-mail exchange. He said that the game caused “unexpected addiction” for his players — something he could not bear to see."
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Black Friday: The best tech deals to look for - The Washington Post http://wapo.st/1fGr01h
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In which I expose my gaming preferences. Sorry, zombies: Xbox One vs. PS4: Two consoles for two kinds of gamers.
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Thanks for posting the story.  I'd like to try Glass.  I think it would be helpful in teaching and playing music
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Have holiday gadget Q's? I've got answers. Well, comments at least, Send 'em my way and we'll kick off at 11: ow.ly/r0ORM
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Thanks to all who joined me this morning!
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On Larry Ellison and his comments about Google and Larry Page:

We typically try to avoid getting dragged into public battles with other companies. But I’ve gotten a lot of questions about Larry Ellison’s claims that Google “took [Oracle’s] stuff”.  It’s simply untrue -- and that’s not just my opinion, but the judgment of a U.S. District Court.  

Here are the facts. In 2012, after Oracle sued Google for patent and copyright infringement in a case involving Java and Android, a jury found that we had not infringed Oracle’s patents. And the Court ruled that copyright could not be used to block others from using the “structure, sequence and organization” of APIs, the language that allows different computer programs and systems to talk to each other. The ruling protects a principle vital to innovation: you cannot copyright an idea, like a method of operation.  For example, no one can copyright the idea of adding two numbers together.

This case goes to the heart of the current and much-needed debate about patent reform. Patents were designed to encourage invention, not stop the development of new ideas and technologies.  

And getting that right is what really matters.  I know all of the above because I was heavily involved at Sun with Java and I had the privilege, thanks to Oracle, of testifying in this trial.

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worst product  by htc. do not buy
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This is a perfect Friday link.
 
25 photos of people breaking records.

This is a picture of people breaking the hula-hoop dancing record.

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2013/08/record_setters_1.html


Photo credit: Sakchai Lalit/Associated Press

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Ikasu!
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Hayley is a technology reporter for The Washington Post.

A Minnesota girl at heart, Hayley has also interned at the (Minneapolis) Star Tribune and cut her journalistic teeth in  high school as an intern at the Southwest Journal/Skyway News. She has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and is a 2008 graduate of Vassar College, where she majored in History and Japanese. When she's not working, she can undoubtedly be found playing video games or reading any and all information about her beloved Minnesota Twins.
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    Journalism, 2008 - 2010
  • Vassar College
    History; Japanese, 2004 - 2008
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