Jason KennedyContributor, PCWorld

Jason is a systems administrator living in Seattle. When he's not up to his elbows in a server, he's up to his elbows in the latest electronics or technology news, or trying out languages like Dart and Ruby.

GCC Turns 25, Releases Version 4.7 with ARM Support

GCC 4.7 includes a wide variety of updates and changes, including new features, subsets and standards.

Linux Unites With Android, Adds Business-friendly Features

The new Linux 3.3 Kernel integrates the code from Google’s Android OS while updating security, scalability, and hardware support.

How to Install the Silk Browser on Any Android Device

Amazon's Silk browser precaches popular websites on Amazon servers in an attempt to speed up your Web browsing, and until recently it was exclusive to the Kindle Fire. Here's a guide to hacking it onto your rooted Android smartphone or tablet.

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ROCCAT Power-Grid Lets You Game in Peace

Free software aims to give you to full control of your PC, without yanking you out of your game.

Tiny Radio-Powered Device Swims Through Your Veins, Proves Scientists Wrong

Researchers at Stanford University develop a tiny self-propelled device that draws power via radio waves. Madness!

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Scientists Thaw and Grow Ice Age Plant; Wooly Mammoths Far Behind?

A team of scientists found a way to bring back a plant that has been extinct for tens of thousands of years.

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Kineto's Smart VoIP Goes Head To Head With Google Voice, Skype

An upcoming app from Kineto Wireless could bring Wi-Fi phone calls to just about any smartphone on just about any carrier.

Robot Avatars Are Here, Working From Home Will Take on New Meaning

This telepresence robot can pick up and maniuplate objects, and it can even tell you the temperature and texture of an object.

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Android ROM Roundup

It's easy to install a custom operating system on your Android device, but which one is right for your needs? We install and test some of the most popular Android ROMs on the Web to help you find the one that's perfect for you.

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Graphene Goes 3D: No Glasses Necessary

Scientists find a new way of using graphene more energy efficient--by going vertical.

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NASA Plans an Outpost on the Far Side of the Moon

NASA wants to take the next step in human spaceflight, and set up a manned outpost on the other side of the Moon.

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DARPA Controls Cyborg Moths in Flight, Mothpocalypse a Reality

Cyborg moths created by DARPA may not bring about the robot apocalypse, but they're still plenty creepy.

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New Modular Solar Towers Promise Easy Green Power

These solar towers may look like the Eye of Sauron, but each could provide enough energy to power 50 homes.

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Who Are the Real Aliens in Space, Anyway?

Could we be inadvertently contaminating other worlds with microbes from Earth? Jason Kennedy looks at the implications...

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'Cloak of Invisibility' in the Works; No Cone of Silence Planned

Researchers at the University of Texas in Austin say that've been able to hide an object behind a cloak of invisibility of sorts, but it has some limitations

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