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Google’s Summer of Code gives students a part time job coding

Want to work for Google? Want something better to do this warm summer season instead of wasting away hours playing Xbox or mowing lawns to earn extra cash? Google has released details on their Summer of Code 2012. A initiative to give college students a seasonal, summer long part time job making money by coding for various different Google open source projects. Sounds like fun right? Read below for all the information.

Samsung Mobile hires Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik

Looks like Google wasn't the only one getting a huge acquisition today. While they were off buying Motorola Mobility today Samsung was busy hiring yours truly -- Steve Kondik (aka Cyanogen himself). This news is almost just as big as this mornings news and the first thing that came to my mind was a Galaxy S III CM Edition, I want one and I want it now!

SlashGear Tech Writer Help Wanted!

Our sister site is in the market for a new writer! Sound interesting? Continue on! SlashGear seeks a self-motivated, independent writer with the ability to locate and publish content at a rapid pace on a full-time daily schedule. This person must have previous experience working in online publishing and should have an extensive knowledge of our modern technology and gadget environment. The successful candidate should be able to work independently, but must also be willing to take direction in content as well as subject matter choices. This person must be comfortable speaking about gadgets and technology of all kinds, especially in the fields of personal computing and mobile, with gaming being a bonus attribute. Continue below for the rest of the requirements for the position you're about to apply for.

Samsung responds to Apple, Retina VS AMOLED

At the keynote presentation for the iPhone 4, Steve Jobs took a few shots at other displays for not being as good as the Retina display that is on the new iPhone. Many people took exception to these claims and finally someone has responded to these allegations. Samsung especially says, “The Retina display isn’t that great, AMOLED is better”. Well, this isn’t an exact quote but they are saying something along those lines.

Quake 3 Ported To The Nexus One – Video

First it was Doom and now its quake’s turn. Quake 3 has been ported to the Nexus One. This game has actually been around for awhile, we’ve seen it on the Droid, and it has now made its way to the Nexus.

Motorola Droid Solves a Rubik’s Cube Thanks to LEGO Robot [Video]

It’s safe to say that we can file this under the totally cool category of robots. This little invention uses a Droid to solve a Rubik’s Cube. We’ve all tried to solve this thing and one point or another in our life and those of us that didn’t move the colored stickers around probably failed. This robot accomplishes the feat in a matter of seconds.

Android, Windows Mobile and iPhone making sweet music together – video

This may be one of the coolest inventions I’ve ever seen. A coder by the name of Steffest has managed to get these three OS’s to work together on a music app. The guitar looks cool also, it consists of a few of these phones strapped to it somehow and the music is made by pressing the various touch screens on the guitar.

Archos 5 Internet Tablet Now Has The Android Market and Paid Apps

For some reason most Android internet tablets doesn’t come with the ability to access the market. This factor is the reason why most people shy away from buying them. To try an offset this, the maker of the tablet usually tries to install a lot of apps that they think will be useful to the user. Now there’s a work around for this on the Archos 5, you can install a hacked version of the Market and have access to mostly ever app.
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