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This Is Where Google Says Glass Went All Wrong
Google Glass

This Is Where Google Says Glass Went All Wrong

The Explorer program may have brought too much early attention.
Microsoft to Offer Biometric Sign-In for Windows 10
Security

Microsoft to Offer Biometric Sign-In for Windows 10

It will be the first time the company has offered such a service widely across devices.
Apple TV Could (Finally) Be Ready to Launch by Fall
Apple TV

Apple TV Could (Finally) Be Ready to Launch by Fall

Company aims to pitch a 'skinny bundle' of popular channels for $30 to $40 a month
Geoffrey Smith
Google App Store Gets More Oversight
Google Play

Google App Store Gets More Oversight

The tech company is tightening supervision of its freewheeling Play store, forming a special team to screen new apps for malware and sexually explicit material.
Star Wars + Drones = Dreams Come True
Far Out Tech

Star Wars + Drones = Dreams Come True

When every day humans can make the Millenium Falcon fly, that's a good thing.
Jason Fell
Super Mario to Go Mobile as Nintendo Ventures Into Smartphone Games
Nintendo

Super Mario to Go Mobile as Nintendo Ventures Into Smartphone Games

The move comes as investors call for the Japanese video game maker to boost revenue by taking iconic characters to players who are increasingly shunning its consoles.
4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business
SEO

4 Great Tools for Making the Most of Local SEO for Your Business

If you want local customers to come across your business, this is what you need to do.
Pratik Dholakiya
Adobe's Latest Product Lets You Turn a Photo of a Document Into a Fully Functional Digital File
Adobe

Adobe's Latest Product Lets You Turn a Photo of a Document Into a Fully Functional Digital File

The global software giant's new mobile-optimized cloud streamlines the process of creating, editing, sharing and signing documents on the fly.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
At SXSW: How Biotech Can Overcome Obstacles
SXSW

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
Apple Watch

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?
SXSW

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
SXSW

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