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The Rise and Fall of the BlackBerry: An Interview with  Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff

Phil Simon | Posted 07.02.2015 | Books
Phil Simon

The iconic device not too long ago defined ubiquitous, at least in the business world. Make no mistake: its legacy is alive and well. For my money, it is responsible for creating the expectation that we are always reachable, a problem that haunts us today.

Google Apologizes For Tagging Photos Of Black People As ‘Gorillas'

The Huffington Post | Taryn Finley | Posted 07.02.2015 | Black Voices

When Jacky Alciné checked his Google Photos app earlier this week, he noticed it labeled photos of himself and a friend, both black, as “gorillas....

This Awesome Google Chrome Extension Makes The Internet A Happy Place

The Huffington Post | Cameron Keady | Posted 07.02.2015 | Good News

Just when you finally got “Everything Is Awesome” out of your head, another version of "The Lego Movie's" catchy theme song has been created. ...

Google Unit Is Sorry For Using Concentration Camps In Mobile Game

AP | Posted 07.02.2015 | Technology

A Google subsidiary has apologized for making Nazi concentration camps part of a mobile role-playing game.

Gmail Just Changed In A Big, Beautiful Way

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 07.01.2015 | Technology

Tired of staring at your bland Gmail theme 24/7? So are we. Thankfully, Gmail has finally come through with a major design overhaul to jazz up our ema...

Dear Ray Kurzweil

Kevin F. Adler | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Kevin F. Adler

You connected Singularity University to my work with one simple insight: stories were the first invention. Life is pretty short in prehistoric times if the story of the lion behind the rock is not effectively communicated.

Google's Fail of a Ramadan App

Techonomy | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Techonomy

As far as apps go -- it's less than an app. It's merely a thrown-together version of a feed aggregator with very limited content and no useful Google or social integration. I know from my own strategy work that with a little effort it's possible to build good looking and useful apps that are actually useful.

Creating 21st Century Presentations With a 20th Century Brain

Alex Simon | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Alex Simon

Technology seems to be advancing faster than the speed of light. Our state-of-the-art smart phone, computer and Blu-ray player has become the new car of the 21st century: the minute we drive it off the lot, it's obsolete and virtually worthless. The same can be said for the art of communication, which has been almost completely taken over by technology in the past 20 years.

Gmail's New 'Undo Send' Feature Is Too Late To Fix My Ruined Life

The Huffington Post | Aaron Nemo | Posted 06.29.2015 | Comedy

Where was this ten years ago when I needed it!?

Online Harassment Is Nothing New. So Why Haven't Laws Caught Up?

Beth Winegarner | Posted 06.29.2015 | Technology
Beth Winegarner

I'm a female who's been online since 1991, which means my adult life is peppered with online harassment stories the way a country dog is peppered with ticks. I wanted to be left alone, and it was clear that my own say-so wasn't going to be enough, so I explored my options.

Marching With Pride and Corporate America

Jordan Roth | Posted 06.28.2015 | Gay Voices
Jordan Roth

Long before I was walking, they were marching. The pioneers of gay rights, gay visibility, gay pride first took to the streets of New York City in 1970 to march. And somewhere on this long road, a company started marching, too. And then another and another. First to us, then for us, then as us.

In A Few Years, The Doctor May Prescribe You A Google Wristband To Call Him In The Morning

Alexander Howard | Posted 06.29.2015 | Technology
Alexander Howard

It's likely to be years before Google "healthbands" are prescribed to patients or distributed in trials, but I wouldn't be surprised to see them on the wrists of early adopters in the tech industry in California sooner

Why Does Europe Hate Silicon Valley?

Mark Weinstein | Posted 06.30.2015 | Technology
Mark Weinstein

American ingenuity is alive and well. We've changed the rules of the game, invented new playing fields, and blazed new paths. Europeans would admit this reality as much as we do ourselves. The divide therefore comes when Europe thinks these services don't protect the individual.

When SCOTUS Passed Same-Sex Marriage, People Googled 'What Does The Bible Say?'

The Huffington Post | Cavan Sieczkowski | Posted 06.26.2015 | Technology

On the day the Supreme Court of the United States declared same-sex marriage legal nationwide, some took to Google to ask what the Bible had to say --...

Google's Self-Driving Car Almost Crashed Into Rival Car

Reuters | Paul Lienert | Posted 06.26.2015 | Business

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (Reuters) - Two self-driving prototype cars, one operated by Google Inc and the other by Delphi Automotive Plc, had a close call...

Assange: Mainstream Media Rife With Censorship

Seung-yoon Lee | Posted 06.26.2015 | World
Seung-yoon Lee

"It would be nice to live in a world where people didn't have to deal with an organization that is not compromised in any manner whatsoever, but we don't live in that world. People have to use cars and they have put to petrol in their cars, and that petrol is made by Shell or BP."

Coal Plant That Advocates Worked to Retire Will Become Clean-Powered Google Data Center

Mary Anne Hitt | Posted 06.27.2015 | Green
Mary Anne Hitt

It's one of the most powerful, inspiring examples yet of the energy transformation that we're driving all across this nation, and if done right, it could also provide an economic boost for Widows Creek workers and the local community.

Something Surprising Happened On Google After Charleston Shooting

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 06.26.2015 | Technology

Look at the shift in Google Search queries for "gun shop" compared to searches for "gun control."

Sam Cooke, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles -- and Allen Klein

Michael Sigman | Posted 06.25.2015 | Books
Michael Sigman

To my regret, I never got to know Allen Klein. Nevertheless, I enjoyed an up-and-down relationship with -- as Fred Goodman describes him in his fascinating new book -- Allen Klein: The Man Who Bailed Out The Beatles, Made The Rolling Stones, and Transformed Rock and Roll.

You Can Climb El Capitan Right This Minute If You Want

The Huffington Post | Ryan Grenoble | Posted 06.29.2015 | Technology

It's the largest granite monolith in the world, and now you can climb it from your couch. On Wednesday, Google launched its first ever vertical Str...

Googling With a Twenty Something

Chrissy Scaffidi-Williams | Posted 06.24.2015 | Comedy
Chrissy Scaffidi-Williams

A twenty-something is by no means old, but those of us who have passed over the 25 hump may have noticed a few changes-both physically by our metabolism slowing (and froyo consumption on the rise), and mentally- the things we worry about, the questions we have, etc.

Jenny Che

Silicon Valley And Wall Street Are Competing For The Same Pool Of Talent

HuffingtonPost.com | Jenny Che | Posted 06.24.2015 | Business

A recent survey of over 240,000 business, engineering and IT students found that the most attractive companies continue to be big names like Google, Apple, Goldman Sachs and IBM.

Google Scrambles To One-Up Apple Music

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 06.23.2015 | Technology

The new feature does things Apple Music can't.

Diversity Is a Business Crisis in Silicon Valley

John Fitzgerald Gates, Ph.D. | Posted 06.23.2015 | Business
John Fitzgerald Gates, Ph.D.

Granted, Silicon Valley is investing in programs to attract women and minorities to the technology field, engender good will, and increase workforce diversity through pipeline development. But there continues to be a lack of urgency to change.

Driverless cars will reshape the economy, but these three hurdles will make it a slow process

Sam Tracy | Posted 06.22.2015 | Technology
Sam Tracy

In the past decade, the idea of cars driving themselves has quickly gone from sci-fi dream to impending reality.