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Made with Code is a $50 million Google initiative that aims to attract more girls to coding and show that coding in today’s high-tech world is vital.
Censorship watchdog GreatFire.org reports that access to online storage service Dropbox and its apps has been blocked by China’s censors. According to GreatFire.org, China has begun to block access to Dropbox’s HTTPS address.
Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party has decided against regulating Bitcoin – at least for now – after initially considering tightening oversight following the collapse of Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox.
During the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo, video game developers featured their upcoming attractions, all of which had one thing in common – a distinct lack of female protagonists in the video game industry.
Scientists and NASA officials have access to a private shadow network 100 times faster than Google’s Fiber initiative. Supervised by the U.S. Department of Energy, the system’s data transfers have reached speeds of up to 91 gigabits per second between Denver and Maryland – the fastest ever reported.