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Stories: 1) FCC To Propose New Rules On Internet Neutrality 2) Facebook To Buy WhatsApp Message Service 3) What's Up With Facebook's Big Acquisition? 4) Deep Learning: Teaching Computers To Tell Things Apart 5) Video Streaming Is Straining, But Who Will Ease The Tension? 6) Risk Is Low And Business ...
Stories: 1) DIY Houses In The Internet Age: Some Assembly Required 2) With An Air Bag, Help During An Avalanche Is A Cord-Yank Away 3) Robot Construction Workers Take Their Cues From Termites 4) Are Tech Execs Uncomfortable Around Young Black Men? 5) Tech Innovator And Master Of Maps Dies At 80 6) Mobile ...
Stories: 1) Hackathon Organizers Ask, Could A Smart Phone App Have Saved Trayvon? 2) AeroCop: Police Put An Eye In The Sky 3) Russia Hopes Sochi Ceremonies Stop 'Toilet Tweeting' 4) Technology Tracks Crews Through The Fog Of Wildfire 5) 4 Million Forgotten Songs Might Finally Find Ears 6) Found: The ...
Stories: 1) New York Looks To Bring Bitcoin Out Of The Shadows 2) Small Cinemas Struggle As Film Fades Out Of The Picture 3) Indian Country Sets Priorities With State Of Nations Address 4) Wheels On The Bike Go Round And Round (To Make Music) 5) Beirut Bombing Spawns An App To Tell Loved Ones 'I Am ...
Stories: 1) Target Hack A Tipping Point In Moving Away From Magnetic Stripes 2) People Assumed I Was A Tech Whiz Because I'm Asian 3) Are E-Books Killing Reading For Fun? 4) China Sends 500 Million Users On An Internet Detour 5) Retailers Can Wait To Tell You Your Card Data Have Been Compromised 6) ...
Stories: 1) Teju Cole Writes A Story A Tweet At A Time 2) Brain Games: Move Objects With Your Mind To Find Inner Calm? 3) By Tracking Sugar In Tears, Contact Lens Offers Hope For Diabetics 4) Hackers? Techies? What To Call San Francisco's Newcomers 5) Obama Expected To Say NSA Should Not Hold 'Metadata' ...
Stories: 1) Manufacturers At CES Offer More In Home Automation 2) Many Younger Facebook Users 'Unfriend' The Network 3) Startups Often Focus On Data Security Too Late, If At All 4) Wearable Sensor Turns Color-Blind Man Into 'Cyborg' 5) A First Look At New Tech Products To Hit The Market 6) Internet ...
Stories: 1) In Fast-Changing China, Reality Can Overtake Fiction 2) Netflix Built Its Microgenres By Staring Into The American Soul 3) 'Playboy' Gets Pranked: Group Flips The Script On Sex 4) Saving Babies' Lives Starts With Aquarium Pumps And Ingenuity 5) The NSA's Quantum Code-Breaking Research Is ...
Stories: 1) Banks Try To Save Big With 'ATMs Of The Future' 2) Nothing Focuses The Mind Like The Ultimate Deadline: Death 3) Supercamera: More Pixels Than You Know What To Do With 4) West Coast's Early Warning System For Quakes Still Spotty 5) Hot On YouTube: Videos About Video Games, And Science, Too ...
Stories: 1) Bay Area's Steep Housing Costs Spark Return To Communal Living 2) A City Turns To Lettuce Fields To Grow High-Tech Startups 3) Hackers Stole 40 Million Credit, Debit Card Numbers From Target 4) How An Obscure Government Code — 834 — Became Big In 2013 5) Will A Computer Decide Whether ...
Stories: 1) How The Sharing Economy Is Changing The Places We Work 2) Electric Cars Drive Demand For Cheaper, More Powerful Batteries 3) Plastic Guns Made With 3-D Printers Pose New Security Concerns 4) For Ridesharing Apps Like Lyft, Commerce Is A Community 5) Game Consoles Marketed As Multimedia Living ...
Stories: 1) Twitter Makes Market Debut 2) Stanford Professor Who Sounded Alert On Multitasking Has Died 3) Nick Bilton On Twitter's Creation Myth & 'Forgotten Founder' 4) Meet The Man Who Wants To Diversify Silicon Valley By 2040 5) Twitter Goes Public And Its Stock Price Soars 6) Third-Graders React ...
Stories: 1) Add Security To The List Of HealthCare.gov Tech Issues 2) ACA Website: Is Government Technology Doomed To Fail? 3) For The Tablet Generation, A Lesson In Digital Citizenship 4) FAA Eases Up On Electronic Devices On Flights 5) HealthCare.gov's Rocky First Month Leaves Plenty Of Questions ...
Stories: 1) A Look Into Facebook's Potential To Recognize Anybody's Face 2) What You Need To Know About Babies, Toddlers And Screen Time 3) A Diagram Of HealthCare.gov, Based On The People Who Built It 4) A School's iPad Initiative Brings Optimism And Skepticism 5) For Obamacare To Work, It's Not Just ...
Stories: 1) Ad Dollars Follow Consumer Eyeballs To Smartphones, Tablets 2) Latino Hackers: Encouraging Innovation 3) 3-D Printing A Masterwork For Your Living Room 4) Making Babies? Yep, There's An App For That 5) Shutting Down Government Websites Is No Small Endeavor 6) This Isn't Your Granny Smith's ...
Stories: 1) Enter The Quiet Zone: Where Cell Service, Wi-Fi Are Banned 2) Your Digital Trail: Data Fuels Political And Legal Agendas 3) The Man Behind The Shadowy Illicit Drug Market, Silk Road 4) Wanted: A New Generation Of High-Tech Aviation Workers 5) Feds Arrest Man Allegedly Behind The Silk Road ...
Stories: 1) NSA Revelations Leave Encryption Experts In A Quandry 2) 'Popular Science': Web Comments Are Bad For Science 3) Students Find Ways To Hack School-Issued iPads Within A Week 4) BlackBerry: If You Don't Survive, May You Rest In Peace 5) Phantom Phone Vibrations: So Common They've Changed Our ...
Stories: 1) How To Spot And Outfake Bogus Twitter Followers 2) The Effects Of The Snowden Leaks Aren't What He Intended 3) Disney Experiments With 2-Screen Experience Involves iPads 4) School Technology: Pros Outweigh Cons? 5) Booting Up: New NSA Data Farm Takes Root In Utah 6) Fake Reviewers Get Zero ...
Stories: 1) Long Before Most, Intel Chased The Smart Watch 2) Sound Pioneer Ray Dolby Dies At 80 3) Tweeting For Atonement: Sharing Sins On Social Media 4) Is The NFL Weakening Defense Of Redskins' Name? 5) Dear Apple: Good Luck Against The Smartphone Black Market 6) Musical Robots Take The Stage For ...
Stories: 1) Forget Twitter. In St. Louis, Bare Your Soul Via Typewriter 2) Data Marketing Critics Check Out What's Written About Them 3) Sailors With Disabilities Find Freedom On The Water 4) This Is Musician Mickey Hart's Brain On Music 5) It's OK To Protest In China, Just Don't March 6) Baltimore ...
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