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The Three Letters That Could Change Your Business: API
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The Three Letters That Could Change Your Business: API

Use computer code to mine and generate revenue from the larger ecosystem of complementary applications and services.
Meet Spruce, a Telemedicine App Designed to Stop Acne in Its Tracks
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Meet Spruce, a Telemedicine App Designed to Stop Acne in Its Tracks

Now you can get medical help for acne from the privacy of your own phone.
Looks Like Russia Is Building its Own Silicon Valley
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Looks Like Russia Is Building its Own Silicon Valley

Big government meets small startups at the annual Open Innovations Forum in Moscow.
Apple Watch Launch Said to Be Delayed Until Spring
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Apple Watch Launch Said to Be Delayed Until Spring

The hold-up could cause ripple effects for the smartwatch industry.
This Major Hotel Chain Now Lets You Access Your Room by Smartphone
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This Major Hotel Chain Now Lets You Access Your Room by Smartphone

Starwood just became the first hotel chain to allow guests to use their smartphones as keys to their hotel rooms.
Are Trains and Self-Driving Cars Headed for a (Political) Collision?
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Are Trains and Self-Driving Cars Headed for a (Political) Collision?

The promise of autonomous vehicles is becoming a talking point for opponents of mass transit systems.
Original Apple Computer Could Fetch $600,000 at Upcoming Auction
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Original Apple Computer Could Fetch $600,000 at Upcoming Auction

A fully operational computer that Steve Jobs sold out of his parents' garage in 1976 is about to hit the auction block.
This Could Be Why the Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashed
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This Could Be Why the Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashed

Investigators say a key function of the craft deployed early.
Here's What the First Hires at Apple, Google and Other Top Tech Companies Are Doing Now
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Here's What the First Hires at Apple, Google and Other Top Tech Companies Are Doing Now

Some made millions, others saw fortunes slip through their fingers, and some have joined or founded other startups.
What Monsters Are Lurking in Your Team's Inboxes?
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What Monsters Are Lurking in Your Team's Inboxes?

Companies need not search through scary amounts of emails and attachments to find a valuable client communication.
Keep Your Website Updated: What to Consider
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Keep Your Website Updated: What to Consider

Consider these elements to keep your website fresh.
Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes During California Test Flight
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Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes During California Test Flight

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic crashed during a test flight at the Mojave Air and Space Port in California.
Watch: Google Unveils Working Prototype of Project Ara, Its Modular Smartphone
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Watch: Google Unveils Working Prototype of Project Ara, Its Modular Smartphone

The device would allow for radical personalization in terms of both functionality and aesthetics.
So What If Its First Phone Flopped? Amazon Is Keeping the Fire Alive Anyway.
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So What If Its First Phone Flopped? Amazon Is Keeping the Fire Alive Anyway.

Once burned, twice shy doesn't apply. Amazon's not tapping out of the smartphone market just yet.
Seth Rogen in Talks to Play Steve Wozniak to Christian Bale's Steve Jobs in Upcoming Movie
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Seth Rogen in Talks to Play Steve Wozniak to Christian Bale's Steve Jobs in Upcoming Movie

The actor is apparently 'being eyed' to play the Apple co-founder in the still untitled Danny Boyle directed film.
Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin to Leave Google
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Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin to Leave Google

Rubin will start a company to support startups interested in building technology-hardware products.
Bat-Like Technology Is Giving the 'White Cane' a Much-Deserved Upgrade
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Bat-Like Technology Is Giving the 'White Cane' a Much-Deserved Upgrade

These ‘smart' canes use high-tech echolocation to help the visually impaired get around even better.
Nintendo Unveils First 'Quality of Life' Device: a Non-Wearable Sleep Tracker
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Nintendo Unveils First 'Quality of Life' Device: a Non-Wearable Sleep Tracker

The hand-sized device incorporates radio frequency sensors to measure sleep patterns and report back to users with analytic graphs.
This Entrepreneur Is Crazy Enough to Take on Microsoft
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This Entrepreneur Is Crazy Enough to Take on Microsoft

Is Microsoft's productivity empire vulnerable? The founder of CloudOn thinks so.
Attention 'Glassholes': No More Wearing Your Face Computer to the Movies
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Attention 'Glassholes': No More Wearing Your Face Computer to the Movies

It's not just bad etiquette -- it's now officially banned by the Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners.
Lenovo Officially Closes $2.91 Billion Acquisition of Motorola Unit From Google
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Lenovo Officially Closes $2.91 Billion Acquisition of Motorola Unit From Google

Deal paves the way for a fresh assault on the U.S. smartphone market.
Meet Microsoft Band, the $199 Fitness Tracker That Also Works With iOS and Android
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Meet Microsoft Band, the $199 Fitness Tracker That Also Works With iOS and Android

Here's a look at the tech company's first major wearable fitness device.
Samsung Seeks Smartphone Revamp to Arrest Profit Slide
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Samsung Seeks Smartphone Revamp to Arrest Profit Slide

The Seoul-based tech company says it needs to change up its smartphone line-up to take on competitors in the rapidly growing mid-to-low range segment.
HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer
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HP Tries Something New With 3-D Scanning Computer

The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.
Apple Pay Opponent MCX Suffers Hack Attack
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Apple Pay Opponent MCX Suffers Hack Attack

Email addresses from pilot participants were stolen, the company said, though the forthcoming mobile app -- which lets users purchase goods by scanning a QR code -- was not affected.
This Woman Is Waging a Quiet War on Tech's Gender Gap
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This Woman Is Waging a Quiet War on Tech's Gender Gap

Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani is partnering with big Silicon Valley companies to teach young girls to love computer science.
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