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Computing

Obama codes! President kicks off ‘Hour of Code’ by writing some JavaScript

President Obama kicked off Computer Science Education Week by doing a spot of coding himself. It may only have been a couple of lines, but hey, it's a couple of lines more than any other president's ever done, right?
Computing

Want to try out this whole 3D printing thing? Check your local library

3D printers are starting to appear in libraries across the United States, providing access to millions of people who want to learn about this revolutionary, but still expensive, technology.
Computing

Is the game finally up for The Pirate Bay? Site knocked offline following police raid

Since it first turned up on the Web in 2003, The Pirate Bay has managed to stay online almost constantly despite attention from the authorities. However, could it be that a police raid Tuesday has seen off TPB for good, or is there life in…
Computing

FBI says there’s no evidence linking North Korea to Sony hack ‘at this point’

After more than two weeks of investigation into the Sony Pictures hack, the FBI has said it's so far found no evidence to link it with North Korea, originally the main suspect in the security breach.
Mobile

At 4.75mm thick, the new Vivo X5 Max is in danger of disappearing when turned sideways

Chinese smartphone brand Vivo has been starving its new X5 Max smartphone, which measures a mere 4.75-millimeters thick, making it the current world's thinnest smartphone title holder.
DT Daily

DT Daily: Ultimate barn find, Dolby for your eyes, athlete gift guide 2:28

Today on DT Daily: the most amazing and sad barn find you can imagine, Dolby labs turns from sound to pictures, and some great gift ideas for the athlete on your list. Roger Baillon loved cars. He had money, he had space, and he…
Movies & TV

Standalone HBO Go subscriptions start April 2015, no cables attached

Potentially launching for consumers within the next four months, HBO's new standalone streaming service will be powered by a network video delivery platform developed by Major League Baseball.
Product Review

Acer B326HK Review

Acer's biggest 4K monitor is beautiful, but doesn't make the top of our 4K wish list.
Cars

Hold the hype! Watch this Koenigsegg Agera R outrun a Porsche 918 from a roll

High-powered hypercar showdowns are the things we live for. A recent video, taken at the Papenburg Test Track in Germany , shows the ever-popular Porsche 918 Spyder taking on the Swedish Koenigsegg Agera R in a rolling drag race
Movies & TV

The first image from the set of SPECTRE features a familiar bulldog

The first image from SPECTRE, the next installment of the James Bond franchise, features the return of a familiar bulldog statue that appeared in Skyfall.
Photography

Lume Cube smart flash shines bright light onto action cams and smartphones

The Lume Cube is a small flash accessory that shines up to 1,500 lumens. Used as a constant source or burst of light, the Lume Cube can be paired with four other modules to provide ample light for action cameras and smartphones.