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Jose Antonio Tijerino

Code as a Second Language

Jose Antonio Tijerino | May 22, 2015 | Technology
On appearance, Kaira Villanueva seems to be an average sophomore student at Columbia University tracing her way through New York with a well-worn backpack, scratched-up MetroCard, and a youthful curiosity.
Michael L. Berman

Want to Fend Off Cybercrooks? Wear Protection!

Michael L. Berman | May 22, 2015 | Technology
Every year at this time we anxiously await Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report, hoping that this would be the year that all cybercrooks would disappear. But, as usual, our hopes have been stomped upon by the facts.
Stephen W.T. O'Keeffe

With Cloud Computing, Feds Should Swing for the Fences

Stephen W.T. O'Keeffe | May 22, 2015 | Technology
Bryce Harper is hitting the cover off the ball for the Washington Nationals. He's already hit more home runs this season than all of last season. For Harper, the sky's the limit because he finally has reached his potential. But a few blocks away from Nationals Park, Federal IT managers aren't quite in the swing of things.
Mark C. Miller

Exclusive Interview with Taylor Reaume, Marketing Coach and Small Business Website Promotion Expert

Mark C. Miller | May 22, 2015 | Technology
In this, my latest installment of interviews with outstanding marketing professionals, I visit with Taylor Reaume, marketing coach and owner of the Santa Barbara, California-based marketing agency Search Engine Pros, a privately-held international provider of search marketing services.
Marjoriet T. Matute

Rouse Social Simplifies 12 Sites in 1 App

Marjoriet T. Matute | May 22, 2015 | Technology
In the ever evolving world of technology, it's painfully obvious that there is an app for everything. Whether to connect to the bank, pay something on-line or host numerous cyber conversations at once, we are mobile.
Fanya Engler

How Green Is Your Cloud? Why Providers Should Lead on Transparency

Fanya Engler | May 21, 2015 | Green
Once we, as a society, become aware of the consequences of funding corporations operating on non-renewable resources, there is only one intelligent choice: to take action.
Andy Plesser

(VIDEO) Tim Armstrong's Goal of "Open" AdTech Dominance: "Open is the New Black," Says Banker Terry Kawaja

Andy Plesser | May 22, 2015 | Technology
In a  keynote address to some 500 leaders of the adtech industry gathered in New York by the investment bank boutique LUMA partners, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong shared an expansive  view on the sale of AOL to Verizon and the future of AOL.   He spoke about the future of...
Rohan Naravane

The Galaxy S6 Is The Best Choice For iPhone Users Today

Rohan Naravane | May 21, 2015 | India
The first Samsung Galaxy S smartphone was launched in 2010; about the same time as the iPhone 4. Since then, the Galaxy S series has been about one thing and one thing only -- making a product that's "better" than the iPhone at a lower price tag.

A Former Waiter Remembers the Day He Served Steve Jobs and the Lesson He Learned

Quora | May 22, 2015 | Technology
I've actually had the pleasure to serve Steve at a restaurant in Palo Alto, and here's the story ... I took some "time off" from the tech industry in 2000 to learn more about one of my passions, wine. So, on a whim, I walked into Niebaum-Coppola on University St. and applied to be an assistant behind the wine bar.
Omer Rosen

Folly Is Joy

Omer Rosen | May 21, 2015 | Technology
Click here for the previous part of this series and here for part one. The near future A man and a woman stand in a kitchen prepping food and watching a pot boil. M:...
Nick Robertson

The Democratisation of Fashion

Nick Robertson | May 20, 2015 | UK Style
Fashion was always meant to be accessible - it was just the logistics that got in the way... Digital has changed everything. Digital fashion is often touted as a victory for convenience - discover, browse and shop wherever you want, whenever you want. But the real winner is choice and access.
Jimmy Leach

If You're in EdTech, Then Hoping Someone Buys You Is Better Than a Business Model

Jimmy Leach | May 22, 2015 | Technology
For quite some time now, entrepreneurs have been looking to the EdTech market as one where money will be made. The inevitable transformation of the schools model by technology will open up vast possibilities for innovation.

From Bicycles to Spaceships (VIDEO)

XPRIZE | May 20, 2015 | Technology
Burt Rutan, the legendary aerospace engineer and designer of the Ansari XPRIZE-winning SpaceShipOne, explains how the achievement a couple of bicycle shop owners (Orville and Wilbur Wright) inspired the most significant individuals in the first century of aerospace.
Conde Nast Traveler

The REAL Reason Airplane Wi-Fi Costs So Much

Conde Nast Traveler | May 20, 2015 | Travel
Gogo -- not the airlines -- have control over prices, and consumers are already accustomed to paying high rates
Narinder Singh

Hope or Fear? What Guides Your Company's Tech Future?

Narinder Singh | May 22, 2015 | Technology
Hope and fear are close cousins. Great leaders balance the two and approach them in a measured way with resolve. Great technology leaders show how innovation can feed into--and balance--the two.
Dainius Runkevičius

How to Survive Being a Digital Nomad

Dainius Runkevičius | May 20, 2015 | Technology
I reached out to Marina Janeiko, a friend of mine who has been a nomad UI/UX designer travelling around Europe, Asia and America for about 6 years now, to ask a few questions on what to prepare for before going nomadic.
Jonha Revesencio

Has Skype's Translation Technology Been Previewed Too Early?

Jonha Revesencio | May 20, 2015 | Technology
By releasing the software to members of the public, Skype may have done some serious damage to their reputation, regardless of the advances they have made in translation technology and the years of research spent on it. They will have to work quickly before the service is released beyond the preview stage if they want to outshine Google.
Edward J. Black

Congress to Vote on Surveillance Reforms After Misuse

Edward J. Black | May 21, 2015 | Technology
Several key provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act, enacted in the wake of 9/11, have afforded the government considerable access to electronic communications records. Some of them expire at the end of May, and their future is mired in uncertainty.

What the Internet Meant to Me After the Death of My Father, David Carr

Glamour | May 22, 2015 | Women
The Internet can be intrusive, yes, but it can also be a voice of comfort -- and, in my case, a close friend leaning in to whisper, "You know how you thought your dad was the greatest guy in the world? You were right. Let me tell you why."
Ariel Shapira

IOT Wearable From the Emerging Eco-system in Israel

Ariel Shapira | May 22, 2015 | Technology
Israel is known for becoming the second Silicon Valley owning to its talented and highly motivated human-power, equipped with the abilities to create something from nothing. The emerging fields of IOT, robotics and wearable had in recent years produced innovative and exciting products.
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