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A Glimmer of Compromise on Net Neutrality as FCC Comment Period Ends
Net Neutrality

A Glimmer of Compromise on Net Neutrality as FCC Comment Period Ends

A major Internet service provider and a leading advocate of Internet freedom have outlined middle routes in the polarized and politicized debate.
Peter Page
Set up Your Google AdWords Campaign in 9 Steps
Google AdWords

Set up Your Google AdWords Campaign in 9 Steps

Getting started on Google AdWords won't take you more than 10 to 15 minutes. Find out what you need to do to set up your first campaign now.
Perry Marshall, Mike Rhodes, and Bryan Todd
Apple Pay May Be the Creative Leap That Outmaneuvers Samsung
Next Big Thing

Apple Pay May Be the Creative Leap That Outmaneuvers Samsung

Former Apple CEO John Sculley argues, however, that Samsung and others still have some time to come up with an alternative.
John Sculley
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Self-Healing Phones? Try Roads That Fix Themselves.
Far Out Tech

Self-Healing Phones? Try Roads That Fix Themselves.

What if a road existed that never had a crack or a pothole? Science might have a solution.
Jason Fell
Protect Your Privacy With These Strange Anti-Surveillance Frocks and Fashions
Next Big Thing

Protect Your Privacy With These Strange Anti-Surveillance Frocks and Fashions

Big Brother is watching you, but you don't have to take it lying down. Don these stealthy countersurveillance frocks and styles to fool the all-seeing eye.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
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4 Secrets to Multichannel Success
Coaches Corner

4 Secrets to Multichannel Success

Navigate the complex world of online marketplaces to find new customers and build your business.
Benjamin Kabin
Why Uncovering a Network Security Breach Can Take Weeks or Months
Hackers

Why Uncovering a Network Security Breach Can Take Weeks or Months

The discreet methods of hackers make an incursion extremely hard to detect. Both large and small companies are at risk.
Eric Basu
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Best Idea Ever: A Walkway for Smartphone-Addicted Pedestrians
Mobile Devices

Best Idea Ever: A Walkway for Smartphone-Addicted Pedestrians

A theme park in China has created a 164-foot lane for pedestrians to use as they tap away at their phones. The concept borrows heavily from an experiment conducted by National Geographic in Washington, D.C., last July.
Geoff Weiss
5 Schools That Cater to Undergrads Who Want to Be Tech Innovators
Top Colleges

5 Schools That Cater to Undergrads Who Want to Be Tech Innovators

These five schools give undergraduates cool opportunities for exploring tech and creating their own products.
The Princeton Review Staff
Steve Jobs Was Completely Wrong About Why People Like the iPhone
iPhone

Steve Jobs Was Completely Wrong About Why People Like the iPhone

No big screens! Well, let's re-think that, shall we?
A Gadget That Detects Gluten? With $4 Million in Funding, This Startup Is Working on It.
Next Big Thing

A Gadget That Detects Gluten? With $4 Million in Funding, This Startup Is Working on It.

The year-old company is working to develop a portable gluten detecting sensor.
Nina Zipkin
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Data in Motion is Data at Greatest Risk
Cyber Security

Data in Motion is Data at Greatest Risk

Companies grappling with the relentless threat of cyberattacks have to secure the vast amounts of their data moving around with their employees.
Ken Allen
Regulator-Innovator Tug-of-War: California Warns Uber, Lyft and Sidecar on Carpooling
Ridesharing Apps

Regulator-Innovator Tug-of-War: California Warns Uber, Lyft and Sidecar on Carpooling

The ride-hailing apps have been told that they are in violation of state law by offering carpooling services for money.
Catherine Clifford
Want to Run Faster? This Old-School Concept Might Hold the Answer.
Far Out Tech

Want to Run Faster? This Old-School Concept Might Hold the Answer.

You have to see this new take on the traditional jetpack.
Jason Fell