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How Yahoo Could Get Back In The Search Game

Apple may be inclined to help loosen Google's lock on discovering online information.
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Wed, 23 April 2014
You Can Now Run Beta Versions Of Apple’s OS X—For Free

You Can Now Run Beta Versions Of Apple’s OS X—For Free

It may not be ready for primetime, but it'll be available for way less than $100 a year.

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Tue, 22 April 2014
Google Has New Targeted Ads That Encourage You Dive Into Apps

Google Has New Targeted Ads That Encourage You Dive Into Apps

Google is now taking the plunge into deep linking to an app from an ad.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Are Tech-Savvy Countries Happier?

Are Tech-Savvy Countries Happier?

The numbers suggest they are—but the real question is why.

Section: Web Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Mon, 21 April 2014
AT&T Takes On Google, Eyeing 21 Cities For Ultrafast Internet

AT&T Takes On Google, Eyeing 21 Cities For Ultrafast Internet

Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Atlanta are in line for an upgrade.

Section: Web Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Microsoft Begins Life As A Smartphone Manufacturer As Nokia Deal Is Finalized

Microsoft Begins Life As A Smartphone Manufacturer As Nokia Deal Is Finalized

Microsoft's hard road to viability in the smartphone market starts at the end of this week.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
How Smartphones Are Increasingly Driving Our Cars

How Smartphones Are Increasingly Driving Our Cars

The car app market is a quagmire of fragmentation and weak standards, but there's hope.

Section: Hack Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Easy Arduino: Two Projects To Help You Get Started

Easy Arduino: Two Projects To Help You Get Started

Many Arduino projects are based on just two simple programs.

Section: Hack Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Yahoo's Design Director: A Day In The Life

Yahoo's Design Director: A Day In The Life

A Q&A with Jackie Goldberg on Yahoo's redesigns, iconic purple, and her life as a designer.

Section: Web Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Sat, 19 April 2014
Amazon's Fire TV Still Needs Fixing, Stat

Amazon's Fire TV Still Needs Fixing, Stat

Without a good search engine, it's still just another streaming box.

Section: Play Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Fri, 18 April 2014
Americans Are Bullish On Technology's Distant Future, Less So Its Present

Americans Are Bullish On Technology's Distant Future, Less So Its Present

We're fond of predicting the future, but too often forget the downsides to technological advances.

Section: Science Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
The Future Of Social Media Is Mobile Tribes

The Future Of Social Media Is Mobile Tribes

Everyone has different needs, and the social landscape is shifting accordingly.

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5 Important Things To Consider If You're Still Running Windows XP

5 Important Things To Consider If You're Still Running Windows XP

Microsoft will no longer issue security updates, but many people still need to keep Windows XP up and running safely. Here's how.

Section: Enterprise Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
How Technology Is Making It Great To Be A Music Fan

How Technology Is Making It Great To Be A Music Fan

Music brings people together, but technology is strengthening those connections.

Section: Web Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Read All About It (On Your Wrist)

Read All About It (On Your Wrist)

The future of media is wearable.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Thu, 17 April 2014
Why Does Facebook Want You To Broadcast Your Location To Your Friends?

Why Does Facebook Want You To Broadcast Your Location To Your Friends?

If I want you to crash my party, I’ll tell you.

Section: Social Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Taking My Diet To The Next Level

Taking My Diet To The Next Level

My scale has been stuck for months, and it's my fault: If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. But the app that could help doesn't yet…

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Dropbox Buys Loom For Photo Sharing, HackPad For Collaboration

Dropbox Buys Loom For Photo Sharing, HackPad For Collaboration

Photo sharing app Loom to join Carousel feature in Dropbox, and HackPad looks to bolster the company's collaboration tools

Section: Cloud Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Suddenly, Mobile App Install Ads Are Popping Up Everywhere

Suddenly, Mobile App Install Ads Are Popping Up Everywhere

Twitter is the latest company to launch ads that help you download an app, but it definitely won't be the last.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
How To Ensure Your Homebrew OpenVPN Server Isn't Vulnerable To Heartbleed

How To Ensure Your Homebrew OpenVPN Server Isn't Vulnerable To Heartbleed

You may have rolled your own virtual private network for security, but that doesn't mean you're safe from Heartbleed.

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Real-Time Data Streaming Gets Standardized

Real-Time Data Streaming Gets Standardized

Data is increasingly streamed, but now there's a standards body to coordinate this kind reactive streaming.

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The Kill Switch Proposal: Why U.S. Carriers Win Either Way

The Kill Switch Proposal: Why U.S. Carriers Win Either Way

The "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" will help protect U.S. cellular carriers from government regulation.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Microsoft's Data Culture: It Just Might Work

Microsoft's Data Culture: It Just Might Work

Microsoft has a long history of making hard technology easy to use. But can it work its magic with Big Data?

Section: Enterprise Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Google Eyes A Creepier Glass—A Camera-Bearing Contact Lens

Google Eyes A Creepier Glass—A Camera-Bearing Contact Lens

A new patent application reveals that Google has worked on smart contact lenses with teensy embedded cameras.

Section: Mobile Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
Wed, 16 April 2014
How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home

How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home

You don't need an expensive Nest to connect your home to the Internet of Things.

Section: Hack Author: Publish date: Interaction count: 0
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