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Health and Fitness Tracker Goes to the Dogs
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Health and Fitness Tracker Goes to the Dogs

FitBark will monitor a dog's health and daily activity.

NSA Director Offers Olive Branch in Silicon Valley Speech
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NSA Director Offers Olive Branch in Silicon Valley Speech

The director of the National Security Agency said Monday that he understands why Silicon Valley companies have beefed up security to keep out government agencies...

Professors Create Google Glass Usability App
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Professors Create Google Glass Usability App

Wichita State University professors have developed a software application that allows remote observers to conduct usability testing of Google Glass and other mobile...

Data-Driven Campaigns Zero In on Voters, but Messages Are Lacking
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Data-Driven Campaigns Zero In on Voters, but Messages Are Lacking

Modern political campaigns home in on their key voters with drone-like precision, down to the smallest niche—like Prius-driving single women in Northern Virginia...

New Players in the NBA: Big Data, User-Controlled Jumbotrons
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New Players in the NBA: Big Data, User-Controlled Jumbotrons

The NBA ushered in the new season this past week, and fans at the Staples Center for the Los Angeles Clippers' opening game had access to some new toys.

Job Hunting? Apply to Be Apple Watch Evangelist
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Job Hunting? Apply to Be Apple Watch Evangelist

The ideal candidate needs to be an "iOS app development expert" and would join the company's evangelism team, Apple posted on its jobs page late last week.

Google Retools Its Flu Prediction Engine—After Getting It Wrong
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Google Retools Its Flu Prediction Engine—After Getting It Wrong

It's flu season and Google has some news.

Virtual Reality Could Aid Treatment of Sex Offenders
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Virtual Reality Could Aid Treatment of Sex Offenders

Virtual reality technology can be used to better gauge the reactions of sex offenders and assess their therapeutic progress.

With $100 Million, Entrepreneur Sees Path to Disrupt Medical Imaging
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With $100 Million, Entrepreneur Sees Path to Disrupt Medical Imaging

A scanner the size of an iPhone that you could hold up to a person’s chest and see a vivid, moving, 3-D image of what’s inside is being developed by entrepreneur...

A Print Magazine for Hackers
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A Print Magazine for Hackers

On a Saturday afternoon earlier this summer, dozens of hackers, journalists, and activists sat on the floor in a darkened hallway of the Pennsylvania Hotel in Midtown...

Megan Smith: 'You Can Affect Billions of People'
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Megan Smith: 'You Can Affect Billions of People'

Now that you work at the White House, approximately how many times a day do you find yourself thinking, God, we did this so much better at Google?

Tough Electronics Based on Bullet-Proof Kevlar
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Tough Electronics Based on Bullet-Proof Kevlar

Researchers at North Carolina State University are using atomic layer deposition processes to apply highly conductive yarns made of tungsten metal onto Kevlar.

Ant Behavior Might Help Verify Electronic Designs
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Ant Behavior Might Help Verify Electronic Designs

Professor So Hsiao has developed mathematical formulas that simulate the methods used by food-seeking ants to tackle verification problems faced by electronic...

Directing Planes, by Remote Control
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Directing Planes, by Remote Control

On a clear day, Per Granquist cannot see forever. But from his perch inside the airport control tower here, he does have an unobstructed view of the future.

Chinese Internet Censor Hints at Facebook's China Challenges
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Chinese Internet Censor Hints at Facebook's China Challenges

A senior Chinese Internet regulator on Thursday showed the hurdles Facebook could encounter trying to get into the Chinese market—no matter how impressive Mark...

Breakthrough Paves the Way for DNA-based Computer Circuits
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Breakthrough Paves the Way for DNA-based Computer Circuits

In a new research paper published in Nature Nanotechnology, an international group of scientists announced the most significant breakthrough in a decade toward...

New Tech Aims To Improve Communication Between Dogs and Humans
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New Tech Aims To Improve Communication Between Dogs and Humans

North Carolina State University researchers have developed a suite of technologies that can be used to enhance communication between dogs and humans, which has...

Georgia Tech Releases 2015 Emerging Cyber Threats Report
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Georgia Tech Releases 2015 Emerging Cyber Threats Report

In its latest Emerging Cyber Threats Report, Georgia Tech warns about loss of privacy; abuse of trust between users and machines; attacks against the mobile ecosystem...

Facebook, Google, and the Rise of Open Source Security Software
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Facebook, Google, and the Rise of Open Source Security Software

Facebook chief security officer Joe Sullivan says that people like Mike Arpaia are hard to find.

Through the Google Glass
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Through the Google Glass

In a Wake Forest University class called Accessing Information in the 21st Century, instruction librarian Amanda Foster is using Google Glass to do just that.
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