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Google's Nexus 7 Douses Kindle Fire

Google's $199 media and entertainment tablet slays the Amazon rival with pure Android and a Chrome browser.

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7 Programming Myths: Busted!

Some programmers will believe what they choose to believe against all better judgment.

What Developers Can Expect at Google I/O 2012

Google's annual developer conference sold out in 20 minutes. Here's what all the fuss is about.

Web Standards Win, Windows Whimpers in 2012

The year ahead promises lots of interesting twists, particularly for Web and mobile developers.

How HP and Open Source Can Save WebOS

If HP wants a future for struggling WebOS, it must invest in the platform -- not abandon it.

How Adobe Flash Lost Its Way

Despite early successes on the Web, the latter years of Flash have been a tale of missed opportunities.

Linux at 20: New Challenges, New Opportunities

The rise of cloud computing and mobility could elevate the open source OS to a level of unprecedented dominance.

Why Developers Shouldn't Abandon WebOS Yet

There's still life in the former Palm platform, but only if it can lose the albatross that is HP.

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Microsoft's JavaScript Focus is a Winner

Analysis: JavaScript scripting is the best way forward for Microsoft Office and the Windows platform

Are Google's Best Days Behind It?

Analysis: Slowing product development, legal woes, and rising bureaucracy may signal trying times ahead for Silicon Valley's favorite company.

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9 Tech Superstars as Comic Book Characters

Ever wonder what superpowers Steve Jobs or Bill Gates would have in a comic book? Check out our slideshow of what-if tech superheroes (and supervillains).

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Developers' Big Decision: Whether to Bet the Farm on Facebook

FarmVille creator Zynga sees big riches in social network platforms, but vendor lock-in means this gold rush may not pan out for independent developers

Google Chromebook Lacks Luster and Purpose

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Google thinks you should do all of your computing on the Web.

It's Time to Lower The Ax On Obsolete Browsers

Google is phasing out support for older versions of Firefox, IE, and Safari. It's time more Web developers did the same

The Evolution of Application Development

Next-gen information services will treat browsers and devices as equal clients. The challenge is building them