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Education july 5, 2016

Google’s New Toy Will Teach Kids To Code

Project Bloks aims to create tangible programming experiences for children

Technology june 16, 2016

Apple Wants To Turn Coding Into A Game

The tech giant plans to revolutionize how people learn to code with this iPad app using the Swift programming language

Work february 10, 2014

Google Selects The Most Artistic Coders

The company is highlighting people who are pushing the boundaries of aesthetics using technology.

Mobile october 8, 2013

Coding Transforms Simple Images Into Futuristic Pixelated Art [Pics]

Los Angeles artist creates surreal digital imagery through randomized computer graphics effects.

Retail august 7, 2013

Sound Waves Converted Into Screen-Printed Designs [Video]

Experimental record company and team of designers collaborate to produce fashion merchandise.

Technology august 7, 2013

QR Code Murals Turn The East Village Into A Giant Scavenger Hunt [Pics]

New street art project is the perfect combination of art and technology.

Advertising june 28, 2013

Computer Program Generates Flipbooks [Video]

Artist creates automated illustrations and gives them to people wants to keep in touch with.

Technology december 3, 2012

Print Instagram Photos On Any Printer

Creative agency Creature has developed 'Cheapstaprint' a free code that allows you to create physical copies of new images with a specified hashtag or location.

Cities july 9, 2012

Alarm Clock Requires A Passcode To Turn It Off

The Ramos uses a remote keypad to 'defuse' the bell and encourage sleepers to move away from their beds.

Gaming & Play december 2, 2011

British Intelligence Agency Recruits Via Twitter And Facebook

Utilizing gaming techniques, the GCHQ has targeted potential experts with a mysterious code that they are asked to crack.

Design & Architecture august 22, 2011

Web Design With No Code Necessary

A new software pack from Adobe allows those users unfamiliar with code to build there own websites.

Innovation april 6, 2011

Crowdsourcing Evidence To Help Catch A Killer

The FBI has released two pages of code found in a dead man's pockets in an attempt to solve a decade-old homicide case.

Arts & Culture march 30, 2011

How Google’s Search Algorithms Will Discipline Your Diet

Google's recent introduction of recipe search provides a fascinating case study in how search engines are dictating tastes and trends rather than simply cataloguing them.


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