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Gwen Stefani Gives Birth To Third Son

Gwen Stefani Gives Birth To Third Son

By Ellisha Rader Mannering March 3, 2014

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale welcomed the birth of their third son, Apollo, on Friday, Feb. 28. The couple have been married for 11 years and have two other sons, Kingston, 7, and Zuma, 5. Stefani is anything but the …

Neil Armstrong Funeral Pays Tribute to the Astronaut Neil Armstrong Funeral Pays Tribute to the Astronaut

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The funeral for the first human to set foot on the moon was held this week, and a memorial service was held today to honor his life and achievements. Neil Armstrong died at age 82 last week, reminding the U.S. …

Lunar Orbit Trip For You To Cost $100 Million Lunar Orbit Trip For You To Cost $100 Million

SInce the dawn of human space flight, I would highly doubt that there is a single human that hasn’t at least once in their life looked at the moon and thought, “I’d love to go there.” With new advances in …

HTC confirms New Windows Phones For Apollo HTC confirms New Windows Phones For Apollo

Later this year, when Microsoft announces the availability of the Windows Apollo operating system, HTC is planning to be there with new Windows Phone devices as well. “You will see a new range of Windows Phones from us when Microsoft …

Obama Cuts Funding for Mars Mission Obama Cuts Funding for Mars Mission

When President Obama laid out his budget on Monday, NASA’s Mars mission plans took a hit. Planetary science budgets were cut by roughly 21%, while more money was allocated to human exploration, space technology and new spacecraft development. The focus …

Google Gears Grind Out Web Apps

Google announced an open source browser extension that enables web applications to run offline.

Adobe Flex Enters Open Source
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Adobe hopes to attract more developers to their Flex platform by releasing its SDK under terms of the Mozilla Public License.

Apollo Blasts Off From Adobe

The new platform has entered a public alpha test for developers who want to create web applications capable of running online or offline on a computer.

Open Source Developer Warns of Adobe

Ted Leung is an open source developer (he works on Mitch Kapor

How Times Have Changed for Flash Video

I’ve been digging around on a few technology websites and came across a few interesting articles, some from way back (who remembers CNET’s Talk to us live series, courtesy of FCS? This was cutting edge back then. Check out the christmas countdown: -726 days left LOL).

Adobe’s Apollo – the Next Killer App?

Today, Apollo caught my undivided attention when I saw the post from a Rich Inter Application Mountaineer, Ryan Stewart.

Adobe’s Apollo to Ease Desktop Development?

In early 2005, when Adobe announced an agreement to acquire Macromedia, creative professionals released a collective gasp. Many worried about a creative software monopoly, others pondered the fate of competing applications (GoLive versus Dreamweaver, Freehand versus Illustrator, etc), and some dreamed of what offspring may come of this union.

Adobe’s Apollo Program

Offline applications have often been a thorn in the side of developers. Adobe is coming to the rescue – the company has begun work on a project, dubbed Apollo, which would allow developers to insert hooks for portability to offline clients.

Apollo 13 Engineers Get Recognition

Whether you were around for the original Apollo 13 mission, or have only seen the thrilling Tom Hanks movie of the same name, you remember the engineers’ role in saving the astronauts.

GlobalSpec Awards First Great Moments in Engineering Award To Apollo 13 Engineers
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The team of NASA engineers whose ingenious, ad hoc air scrubbers sustained lives aboard the Apollo 13 spacecraft as it limped home will receive the first GlobalSpec Great Moments in Engineering award April 19th marking the 35th anniversary of their unsung heroism.

Apollo Group Profits Up

Apollo Group reported fiscal 2005 financial results for the second quarter ended February 28, 2005.