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At SXSW: How Biotech Can Overcome Obstacles
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At SXSW: How Biotech Can Overcome Obstacles

Before the SXSW panel Against All Odds: Overcoming Startup Challenges, panelists share a few insights on the benefits and limitations of new, innovative fundraising models, as well as how to survive in a heavily regulated industry.
Laura Entis
5 Reasons I'm Not Sold on the Apple Watch
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5 Reasons I'm Not Sold on the Apple Watch

A self-proclaimed "huge supporter of the brand" won't be waiting on line for the buzzed-about product.
Jonathan Long
Would You Work Out Harder If You Got Paid in Bitcoin?
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Would You Work Out Harder If You Got Paid in Bitcoin?

Austin-based startup Chaotic Moon Studios is showing off an iOS app at SXSW that pays people to exercise. The more users work out with FitCoin, the more cryptocash they stash.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
At SXSW: The Flying Car Could Come as Early as 2017
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At SXSW: The Flying Car Could Come as Early as 2017

Flying cars are coming closer to reality – and they could bring some significant changes to how you work and travel.
Jacob Hall
BlackBerry Launches New, High-Security Tablet
Security

BlackBerry Launches New, High-Security Tablet

It was developed with IBM and Samsung.
Why a Good User Experience Is the Most Overlooked SEO Strategy
Content Strategy

Why a Good User Experience Is the Most Overlooked SEO Strategy

How just changing the language and location of a CTA button can make all the difference.
James Parsons
Most Americans Say They're Not Interested in Buying an Apple Watch
Apple Watch

Most Americans Say They're Not Interested in Buying an Apple Watch

A Reuters/Ipsos poll indicates that the new smartwatch not on shopping list for 69 percent of people in the U.S.
SXSW: Talking Vegetables, Selfie Pods and More Insane Products From SXSW's Tradeshow Floor
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SXSW: Talking Vegetables, Selfie Pods and More Insane Products From SXSW's Tradeshow Floor

Japanese ad giant Hakuhodo showcases a series of brand-new, futuristic products at Austin this year.
Laura Entis
SXSW: Introducing Smart Textiles -- Designers Predict Wearables' Next Phase
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SXSW: Introducing Smart Textiles -- Designers Predict Wearables' Next Phase

Before their SXSW panel on the future of wearables, we talked to two wearables experts on how fashion and wearable technology are merging.
Laura Entis
SXSW: Self-Driving Audi to Make First Coast-to-Coast U.S. Drive
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SXSW: Self-Driving Audi to Make First Coast-to-Coast U.S. Drive

The 3,500-mile trip will be unmanned and launched by Delphi, the automotive supplier.
Linda Lacina
Lessons from Anthem: Make Every Employee Part of the Cyber Security Team
Cyber Security

Lessons from Anthem: Make Every Employee Part of the Cyber Security Team

Integrate prevention into your corporate culture.
Eric Basu
Microsoft's Digital Assistant Cortana Possibly Headed to Android, Apple Devices
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Microsoft's Digital Assistant Cortana Possibly Headed to Android, Apple Devices

The tech giant is giving Cortana a boost with research from an artificial intelligence project called 'Einstein.'
SXSW Declared a Drone-Free Zone
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SXSW Declared a Drone-Free Zone

Organizers kindly request you take your drone somewhere else.
Linda Lacina
IBM Looking at Adopting Bitcoin Technology for Major Currencies
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IBM Looking at Adopting Bitcoin Technology for Major Currencies

The tech company is looking at the underlying technology behind bitcoin, known as the 'blockchain,' to create a digital cash and payment system.