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Learn basic coding by helping The Doctor in new BBC game

Learning to code can sometimes be a very tedious task, particularly if you're someone not that crazy about details or numbers and figures. But if you think it's a necessary skill you have to acquire, then there are ways to help you out or get you more interested in it. BBC believes more people would want to learn it if it's put into a game format. That's precisely what they've done with the release of The Doctor and the Dalek, a new game for tablets released on Android and other platforms today.

Hacked game from Falcon for Twitter devs makes coding fun

If you're tired of Android games that, more often than not, involve mashing buttons, lining up sweets, or flinging birds, then you might want to try out this new game that requires a bit more grey matter called Hacked. Parents worry not. This isn't about the bad kind of hacking. Or at least isn't directly about it. At its very core, Hacked is an app that turns programming, and learning how to program, into an interesting yet challenging game.

Google cleared of patent infringement by Jury

Google's near the home stretch and the Google vs Oracle lawsuit has finally reached an end, and a verdict. Today in San Francisco the Jury has officially cleared Google in the lawsuit. Claiming they did not infringe on Oracles patents and thus the trial is over. Big win for Google and team green today folks.

Adobe Shadow helps tune up your webpages for any mobile device

Adobe has just recently announced Shadow, their new toolkit to help developers make their web page perfectly functional on any mobile device. With so many different Android devices currently on the market, this is going to work wonders for web professionals when trying to find problems in their code. As you navigate through each page and link, Shadow lets you know what will be compatible with different screen sizes.