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1 hr ago | Forbes.com
Buoyed by investor cash and an obvious and universal desire amongst consumers to save time, the past year has seen same-day delivery and shopping services such as WunWun , Postmates, and Google Shopping Express take off in cities around the country.
5 hrs ago | JD Supra
Watches that monitor sleep quality. Skullcaps that gauge head injury. An infant bodysuit that sends temperature and breathing updates to a mobile device.
7 hrs ago | Wired
To understand why Twitter just bought an artificial intelligence company called Madbits, it helps to watch a video where a modern day computer learns to play a 35-year-old video game.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
Google Inc., continuing to buy up property in its hometown, just paid $98.1 million on nine buildings in Mountain View.
13 hrs ago | TheStreet.com
NEW YORK -- The streaming music industry continues to grow as companies find new ways to secure users and gain market share from the decline in CD sales.
13 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Ever have your phone stolen? If so, it's likely you wished for a "kill switch," a button that would immediately disable your phone, rendering it useless to a thief and protecting your valuable data.
13 hrs ago | DesignLines
Google has set up three basecamps to help long-term Explorers, those new to the program, and those just interested in learning more about its first wearable tech.
16 hrs ago | Wired
For Gutman and his colleagues in the world of health tech, this has become a running joke, a cheeky nod to just how far the human imagination can wander after a quick search of benign symptoms.
18 hrs ago | Social Media
The first article was a hopeful but disappointed look into the ghost town known as Google+.
18 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
Type "Paul Ryan poverty" into Google and you'll turn up pages upon pages of recent news hits.
19 hrs ago | New York Magazine
If you enter "health" as a search term in the Google Play store, the results stretch down forever: calorie counters; blood-pressure testers; a music-therapy app.
Now that BlackBerry has fallen significantly behind Apple and Google in the race to offer features and third-party apps for its smartphones, the company is concentrating on providing devices that, it claims, have the strongest available security-the killer feature for the enterprise.
Dustin Moskovitz has learned a lot about communication since he teamed up with his college roommate Mark Zuckerberg to create Facebook a decade ago.
Bad news has acquired a long shelf life in the age of the Internet. Companies that are involved in regulatory actions, such as receiving FDA warning letters, need to develop a strategy to present their image going forward because the record of the warning letter is never going away, experts said.
Gaming on an Android smartphone may not be the same as using an Xbox 360, and the games on Google Chrome certainly leave a lot to be desired.
The UpTake: Benjamin Habbel aims to use WiFi access at hotels to give hoteliers new marketing clout.
Google Inc. tied its all-time record for quarterly lobbying expenditures this spring, when the company shelled out north of $5 million to influence policy on issues ranging from automotive tech to tax reform.
I hate shopping for clothes, especially in the crowded confines of Manhattan, where long dressing-room lines and jam-packed store floors are the norm.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:26 pm
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