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Nintendo has announced a monumental new venture that will finally bring its beloved games to smartphones. Just two years ago, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata made it clear that the Japanese gaming institution would not partake in the smartphone gaming.

Nike launches the Nike+ API developer portal ahead of its startup accelerator in March

Nike+ API Developer Portal Launched Ahead of Startup Accelerator

Nike launches the Nike+ API developer portal ahead of its startup accelerator in March

Forget Skype: Use a Virtual Reality Headset to Communicate Through a Robotic Teddy Bear

A Japanese startup has invented a robotic teddy bear that can broadcast a person's movements over distance

Sifteo cubes promote kinetic learning through play.

Build words with these tiny technology blocks. Your kids will be so engaged making words! Enter the give-away for a free set, too!

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Menswear Dog is a 3 year old shiba inu living in NYC with a panache for all things style.

President Obama believes that ISPs should not be allowed to block access to websites

President Obama wants ISPs to be regulated under net neutrality principles

President Obama Urges FCC to Protect Net Neutrality, Reclassify Internet as a Utility [Video]

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Do you read the permissions your apps require when you download them? Or do you just hit "accept" and move on? You're going to want to start when you hear what some of these apps are doing. Watch this potentially shocking video to see how ordinary people react.

People on the streets of San Francisco react with astonishment as they read aloud the app permissions on their smartphones in this amusing video from encrypted communications company Silent Circle.