Microsoft has dusted off the source code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows—some of the most popular and widely used software of the 80s—making it freely available to download from the the Computer History Museum.
The Computer History Museum has released something rather special for you to download: the original DOS source code for the 1978 Apple II.
Though reports had pointed towards Twitter releasing Twitter Music today, all we got was a landing page. Thankfully, designer Youssef Sarhan managed to pry some details from Twitter Music's source code. Because of his awesome sleuthwork, we now know a lot more than we did before. Like how Twitter Music will let users…
There's source code everywhere! A few days ago, Google released the source code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and now Amazon's released the code for its new Kindle Fire tablet.