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CoAP in Java. Californium is a powerful CoAP framework targetting back-end services and stronger Internet of Things devices. It provides a convenient API for RESTful Web services that support all of CoAP's features. Perfect for IoT cloud services. Californium has an extremely scalable ...
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Fire and cocktails meet in the Flaming Lime Drop!

Geoffrey Zakarian ignites this tasty shot with rum and sugar cubes: http://www.foodtv.com/38npw.
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This is ABSOLUTE crap and if enacted, will have a chilling effect on the tech sector while making patent trolls and lawyers masters of a even worse business model.  P-A-T-H-E-T-I-C
 
White House: Yeah, copyright those APIs.
Google v. Oracle: Unlicensed use of APIs might be a fair use, US says.
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Complete crap. Screw Oracle.
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Interesting use of planters.  Creeping petunias would look nice in there...
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Nice the way the decking boards are bordered by the steps along the top.
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Brief description of Cinder VS. Swift.
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F-ing IDIOT...
 
I don't think banning encryption is going to turn out like Cameron thinks it will.

Encryption is binary. If it's encrypted (properly), no one can decipher it. If it's not encrypted... everyone can see it. Cameron probably thinks only the good guys will be snooping.

Besides the fact that this is totally unenforceable. Why yes officer, I am just sending and receiving random data.
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And the penalty for breaking this promise is....  Exactly!!!  Why do we continue to allow big business to devalue and extort America.
 
A 22-year-old Verizon promise to bring fiber Internet or "comparable technology" to its entire service area in Pennsylvania has instead left more than two million homes with nothing but slower DSL or wireless service.
Verizon is also failing to "maintain a working telephone system," union claims.
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Hmmm, this could be interesting....
A lot of people like their high tech titchy
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Nice privacy screen, use of stair lights.
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I like the way this transitions down and has the planter.
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Californium (Cf) CoAP framework
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CoAP in Java. Californium is a powerful CoAP framework targetting back-end services and stronger Internet of Things devices. It provides a c

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Hangouts: One place for all your conversations. Available for Android, iOS and computers. Get the app here: http://www.google.com/hangouts

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Extended Cut
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The next installment in the Harry Potter series finds young wizard Harry Potter (DANIEL RADCLIFFE) and his friends Ron Weasley (RUPERT GRINT

Android engineer explains why you shouldn't force over-the-air Nexus Kit...
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Got a Nexus phone but can't wait for the over-the-air update process to deliver the latest and greatest operating system to your handset? Si

Nvidia GRID Powers Amazon's New G2 Instance
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Nvidia's GRID technology is enabling high-performance graphics in Amazon's cloud.

How one senator plans to break up the cable cartels
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Congress is America's least-liked political institution but it could score some points with the public if it takes on one of America's least

The best thing about Android just got even better
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People love Android for dozens of reasons. The wide range of functionality, the hundreds of thousands of apps, the versatility afforded by G

What is ART? We’re not sure... yet
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Change in Android 4.4 could mean that the Dalvik runtime may have met its match.

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The new Android 4.4 KitKat launcher Once Android 4.4 dropped onto the scene with it's fancy new Google experience launcher (I prefer to call

Android is generating $2 billion a year... for Microsoft
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Microsoft would love to sell more Windows Phones but you get the feeling that it doesn't mind seeing Android do well either, especially if i

We're About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know It | Wi...
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The implications of such a decision would be profound. Web and mobile companies will live or die not on the merits of their technology and d

Android 4.4 Verizon Galaxy Nexus Custom ROM Released
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A few days back Google finally announced the Nexus 5, and revealed that Android 4.4 KitKat will be released for existing Nexus devices in th

Senate Confirms Tom Wheeler As New FCC Chairman | TechCrunch
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Yet another study shows American broadband is ridiculously expensive
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No, you're not hallucinating if you think you're paying too much for your monthly broadband plan. A new study from the Google-sponsored New

Top cable lobbyist urges more ISPs to slap users with data caps
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Do you like being able to stream Netflix movies at home without worrying about going over a monthly broadband cap? Well too bad — National C

Appellate court: Nope, feds can’t just GPS track your car without a warrant
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Men accused of robbing Rite Aid pharmacies tracked via GPS on getaway van.

The key to an energy-efficient future: USB everywhere
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We already use USB cords to charge smartphones and tablets but they could soon let us charge more high-powered devices as well. The Economis

With Internet Explorer On Board, WebGL Is Ready For Prime Time | TechCrunch
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We've seen developers create 3D content in the browser for a while now, but to do so, they had to use Flash or other tools because browsers

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Fresh local seafood, great "down home by the docks" feeling and friendly staff. Been coming here for over eight years and always had a good time. Crabs are a a spot on, not the absolute best but in the top three for the area. Not the most scenic place but you come here for the food and great prices. And the drink, love me there drunken sailor and the dog fish head vodka lemon crush.
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As theaters go I see better and I've seen worse. High points include the recliners in the main theater with your really nice and low points include the rest of the theater which could use a little bit updating. On the upside the night we went to staff is really friendly and the popcorn and sodas aren't terribly expensive
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