Apple is well known for keeping a notoriously tight grip on the code powering its iPhones, only rarely revealing the inner workings to the public. But in a move that some Mac and iOS experts are calling the “the biggest leak in history,” an unknown source appears to have laid bare parts of the iPhone’s critical boot…
Sean Walton, the developer of the ecosystem-creation game Intelligent Design, promises that he will release some of the game’s source code if someone manages to unlock the game’s final Steam achievement. Despite being out since May, no one has cracked the mystery yet.
Over the last couple of weeks, there’s been a disturbing trend of governments demanding that private tech companies share their source code if they want to do business. Now, the US government is giving the same ultimatum and it’s getting what it wants.
Source Code keeps you guessing as to what kind of movie it is until you’re halfway through it, and that is just one of the things that makes it wonderful and heartbreaking.
It’s one of the greatest battles ever fought among coders: Should you use the tab button or five spaces when you’re indenting in source-code?
One of the most surprising things about the Apollo 11 guidance computer source code isn’t just the sheer size of it, but rather the amount of in-jokes that scientists included with it.
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.
When our favorite TV and movie heroes find themselves in a technological jam, they'll often pull up some source code to spot an incredible, unlikely solution. But what exactly does the code they're looking at mean? Turns out, not so much.
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.
It's one of those ideas that sounds crazy, but you never know. Producer Mark Gordon is bringing Source Code, the Duncan Jones-directed film that he produced, to CBS as a weekly TV series. That's right: Every week we'll jump into a new person's memories. Or something.
Need some clarification on the ending of The Source Code? Director Duncan Jones recently took to Twitter with one of his hand-penned production diagrams. Be forewarned that there are spoilers out the wazoo here. Click on the above to expand.
After rocking our worlds with Moon and thrilling us with Source Code, is director Duncan Jones leaving science fiction? It certainly sounds like it, but not before one last effort.
Source Code, the new movie from Moon director Duncan Jones, has been teased in ads as an action flick. But it's actually a psychological thriller about how soldiers and scientists fight wars - against the enemy, and each other.
Moon director Duncan Jones' Source Code is continually referenced as "Groundhog's Day with terrorists." But Jones says it's not true — and here's why. Minor spoilers ahead...
Forget going to strange planets — the weirdest journey is stepping into someone else's skin. Seeing and touching the world in a whole new way. Quantum Leap positively owns this idea, but lots of other stories have gone there.
Gary Oldman reveals which villain he'll be sharing scenes with in The Dark Knight Rises. Captain America's Joe Johnston discusses the movie's debt to Raiders of the Lost Ark. Could a Justice League movie happen after all?
What is Duncan Jones' Source Code? This gorgeous infographic breaks down each source code cycle, in an attempt to explain just how the time-bending science in this film works.