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Want to work for Google? What you search for could land you a job
To work for the world's biggest search engine, you have to know what to search for -- naturally.
[CNN Money]

How to be a video games designer
So your child wants to be a games designer
[BBC]

How to be a video games designer
So your child wants to be a games designer
[BBC News]

The office after Amazon: is the workplace becoming a jungle?
The recent claims about Amazon’s aggressive corporate culture were a cause of consternation to many – but plenty of others couldn’t see what the problem was. So is a gentler, more relaxed office culture any better for employees? And is it even what they want? Workers crying at their desks. Workers (...)
[The Guardian]

IPhone users can try out Samsung phones for $1
Samsung wants iPhone customers to test drive its latest Galaxy phones for a month.
[CNN Money]

The young women who want to help shape the future of the tech industry
Summer camps such as one at Georgetown university in the US aim to encourage more teenage girls into computer coding careers The group of high school girls sat before a potted plant with wires running down the sides. India Bhalla-Ladd, 15, fiddled with a button on the broadboard, a pegboard for (...)
[The Guardian]

The only shopping app you'll ever want to use. Seriously.
A new shopping app uses artificial intelligence to make it easy -- and more fun -- to browse for new clothes and accessories. Its called Donde and it launches Thursday.
[CNN Money]

Women gamers: Your industry needs you
Gaming chief says he wants more women to work in the industry
[BBC]

Women gamers: Your industry needs you
Gaming chief says he wants more women to work in the industry
[BBC News]

Major blow for US film download case
An Australian court rules a US company must pay a huge bond if it wants the details of Australians who illegally downloaded the film Dallas Buyers Club.
[BBC]

Major blow for US film download case
An Australian court rules a US company must pay a huge bond if it wants the details of Australians who illegally downloaded the film Dallas Buyers Club.
[BBC News]

Pixels review – game over for Adam Sandler (again)
Run as fast as you can from this sci-fi comedy about arcade-game addicts who must defend Earth against space invaders Related: Adam Sandler: still scraping the bottom of the comedy barrel After the awful Cobbler, Adam Sandler has defaulted to give-’em-what-they-want nostalgia: arcade-game (...)
[The Guardian]

Xiaomi brings Android 5.1 Lollipop to its handsets with MIUI 7
At an event in Beijing, Xiaomi unveiled MIUI 7, the manufacturer's latest OS. Based on Android 5.1 Lollipop, MIUI 7 brings a host of UI changes, themes, features and a whole new way to receive calls. Laugh about Xiaomi all you want, but they will bring their Android 5.1 (MIUI 7) to virtually (...)
[OSNews]

No one wants games designed by spotty nerds? Get real | Keith Stuart
You’d think John Cridland, as head of the CBI, would know a bit about the games industry. Instead he comes out with a staggering haiku of ignorance Hi, I’m a bit confused. Is it still 2015 out there or have I somehow gone 30 years back in time? It’s just that, this morning, I saw the Independent’s (...)
[The Guardian]

Verizon wants to make the Internet 1,000 times faster
Verizon is working on new broadband technology that is capable of delivering 10 gigabit-per-second download speeds.
[CNN Money]

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