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Andy Plesser

(VIDEO) Castree On Videology's "Sand, Rocks & Boulders"

Andy Plesser | November 25, 2015 | Technology
FORT LAUDERDALE -- It's one of the major ad tech vendors promising to define the emerging video advertising space. But what is going on at Videology lately? The way North America MD Tim Castree describes, Videology is a little bit like geology... "Sand -- How we...
Ariel Conn

Can Artificial Intelligence Save Thanksgiving?

Ariel Conn | November 25, 2015 | Technology
This Thanksgiving, as we enjoy family time together and possibly a few good deals on items we've been waiting for, let's remember to be grateful for what we have and optimistic that, if we prepare properly, the "robot apocalypse" could usher in a new era of quality family time and leisure.
Alisa Valudes Whyte

The Future of the Internet of Things Is Amazing, If We Don't Muck It Up

Alisa Valudes Whyte | November 25, 2015 | Technology
For all the promise, there is some serious blood and sweat work to be done to realize the Internet of Things (IoT) future we're all imaging. Not only in terms of continuing technology innovation, but also in solving problems of standardization and protecting IoT systems from hackers.
Ryan Hagemann

Don't Blame Encryption for the Paris Terrorist Attacks

Ryan Hagemann | November 25, 2015 | Technology
Major news outlets and American politicians have been hammering home this message of Syrian nationals as the source of these attacks, but they've also begun catapulting another culprit into the blameworthy limelight: encryption.
Vito Glazers

Top Signs Your Business Needs a New Website

Vito Glazers | November 24, 2015 | Technology
Do you think your website is helping your sales, or hurting them? Use the information below to determine if it is time to update your website and give your business a fighting chance in today's competitive digital marketplace. Here is what to look for.
Vivek Wadhwa

What the Legendary Clayton Christensen Gets Wrong About Uber, Tesla and Disruptive Innovation

Vivek Wadhwa | November 24, 2015 | Technology
Christensen's theories are now outdated, and there is little to be gained by arguing about the accuracy of the case studies on which they were based. The harm is in continuing to be guided by them -- because they teach companies to look in the wrong places for competitive threats and encourage them to separate the innovative disruptors from the core businesses; to put them in new company divisions.
Pawel Adamowicz

Open Data and Poland's Race for Innovation

Pawel Adamowicz | November 24, 2015 | Impact
As the mayor of Gdansk I am very proud of the growing attractiveness of Gdansk for investors, however, I also remember how many challenges are still ahead of us. Probably one of the most important of these challenges is fostering innovation -- in Gdansk and in Poland.
Todd Greene

Not Cool -- the Unlucky Kickstarter Investors Behind the Coolest Cooler

Todd Greene | November 24, 2015 | Technology
With their recent "Campaign Updates" Kickstarter's star pupil is now probably their most troubled alumnus.
Bonny Brooks

If #AllLivesMatter, Maybe It's Time to Stop Laughing at North Korea

Bonny Brooks | November 24, 2015 | World
Hands up -- who changed a Facebook pic to show solidarity with Paris? Raged about the barbarity of the gunmen? Or even, for those "tragedy hipsters" among us, bemoaned the relative indifference of Westerners to other brutal attacks in Lebanon, Kenya and now Nigeria? What about the World Food Programme's confirmation -- for the umpteenth time -- that 1 in 3 North Korean children is stunted due to malnutrition? Anyone?
Druce Vertes, CFA

The End of the PC?

Druce Vertes, CFA | November 24, 2015 | Technology
Tim Cook has been running around heralding the end of the PC. A self-serving assessment, but Intel and the PC ecosystem are going to struggle to maintain their traditional relevance.
Fran Rosch

Tech Savvy Millennials Least Prepared Against Cybercriminals

Fran Rosch | November 24, 2015 | Technology
Every day criminals are finding new ways to compromise devices and steal identities. While consumers understand this, many still don't take the necessary precautions to stay safe. Next time you think about casting security aside and sharing your password with a friend, imagine what you could do with an extra $300.
Anne Zeiser

The Digital Strategy Everyone Should Use to Help Combat ISIS

Anne Zeiser | November 24, 2015 | Technology
We must fervently voice our resolve and courage through an outpouring of compassion. We must not fear, but rather embrace the Syrian refugees. By doing the right thing in the name of humanity, we'll also win the PR and social media war, disproving ISIS's claims about us.
Conde Nast Traveler

The U.S. Airlines With The Best Wi-Fi

Conde Nast Traveler | November 24, 2015 | Travel
Many airlines are installing faster satellite-based systems with enough capacity to satisfy everyone. So which airline is the best?
Ben Huh

My Family Came to This Country Legally, But We Were Almost Deported

Ben Huh | November 24, 2015 | Politics
Our immigration system is an immoral mess that throws obstacle after barricade in front of the huddled masses yearning to breathe free. It doesn't prevent terrorists from entering the U.S. And it certainly doesn't excel at making America more competitive or innovative.
Jonathan Rettinger

How to Get the Best Deals on Tech This Holiday Season

Jonathan Rettinger | November 24, 2015 | Technology
It's easier than ever to save money when you shop online or in the store. But you have to be proactive - don't just settle for the price a retailer gives you.
Sharon Greenthal

Why Smartphones Are Not Ruining Our Lives

Sharon Greenthal | November 24, 2015 | Fifty
I feel a little badly for people who use their smartphones all the time. Not because they're missing out on 'real life' and have devolved into non-communicative, self-absorbed animatrons, but because I completely understand the need to be always distracted.
Victoria Espinel

A Call for Creative Solutions

Victoria Espinel | November 24, 2015 | Technology
The November 13 attacks in Paris were tragic, and our hearts and thoughts are with the people of Paris. We stand ready to work with law enforcement to prevent future such horrific incidents.
Seyi Fabode

Your Connected Home in 2020...

Seyi Fabode | November 24, 2015 | Technology
It was crazy to think there was a time that it had been called the smart home. She could not remember when the clever marketing sleight of hand happened and it had become the 'Connected Home'. She was living in it now though. It had become almost jarring in its normalcy.
Daniel Percheron

How the Third Industrial Revolution Can Transform France

Daniel Percheron | November 23, 2015 | World
LILLE, France -- The Internet of Things and the path to the zero marginal cost society is already coming into being. Much remains to be implemented, but we can say for certain that a movement has been launched.
Ryan Duffy

This Scientist is Tackling What Could be the Largest Coral Reef Die-Off Ever

Ryan Duffy | November 24, 2015 | Impact
When we first met Dr. Ruth Gates this fall, she said something that really stuck with me. She told us that one of the problems with the scientific community is that "we can agree on 95% of something, and then debate the last 5% until it's too late to act."
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