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Smartthings Aims to Deliver the Internet-Connected Home
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Smartthings Aims to Deliver the Internet-Connected Home

In the elusive dream of the automated home, visitors ring a doorbell, and it buzzes the homeowner's mobile phone. Lawn sprinklers take rainy days off. At bedtime...

Mandiant, the Go-To Security Firm For Cyber-Espionage Attacks
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Mandiant, the Go-To Security Firm For Cyber-Espionage Attacks

The brand-new operations center of cybersecurity firm Mandiant is deceptively tranquil.

Self-Driving Cars More Jetsons Than Reality for Google Designers
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Self-Driving Cars More Jetsons Than Reality for Google Designers

Google Inc. sees self-driving cars being available to consumers in three to five years. Regulators and the insurance industry aren't so sure it can happen that...

Capcom Says Better Smartphones Raise Game-Development Costs
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Capcom Says Better Smartphones Raise Game-Development Costs

Capcom Co., the creator of the "Resident Evil" and "Street Fighter" video games, said improvements in smartphones are making it more expensive to develop games.

Qihoo Takes on Baidu in China's Search Engine Wars
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Qihoo Takes on Baidu in China's Search Engine Wars

In the past few years, Zhou Hongyi, the 43-year-old co-founder of Chinese antivirus company Qihoo 360 Technology, has engaged in high-profile legal conflicts with...

Otis Elevator Vies For the Ultratall Skyscraper Market
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Otis Elevator Vies For the Ultratall Skyscraper Market

The Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is the first of a breed of ultratall buildings that will exceed 3,000 feet in height. That's more than twice as tall...

Ayasdi: Stanford Math Begets a Data Company
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Ayasdi: Stanford Math Begets a Data Company

Like most of his peers, Gunnar Carlsson spends his time thinking about hairy, theoretical math problems.

Hp Ceo Whitman Dubs Windows 8 a Work in Progress
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Hp Ceo Whitman Dubs Windows 8 a Work in Progress

There are plenty of Meg Whitman doubters out there. Some say the former EBay chief executive officer doesn't have the requisite big company experience to run a...

Andrew Schwartz: Brain Control For Artificial Limbs
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Andrew Schwartz: Brain Control For Artificial Limbs

When Jan Scheuermann grasped a chocolate bar and raised it to her mouth last year, it was a neuroscience breakthrough.

Tim Cook's Freshman Year: The Apple Ceo Speaks
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Tim Cook's Freshman Year: The Apple Ceo Speaks

Prior to his death on Oct. 5, 2011, Steve Jobs made sure that the elevation of Tim Cook—his longtime head of operations and trusted deputy—to Apple chief executive...

Desperate, Hockey Fans Root For Virtual Team
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Desperate, Hockey Fans Root For Virtual Team

Pat Hickey, who covered his first Montreal Canadiens game in 1968 for the now-defunct Montreal Star, and who has chronicled the team's exploits over the past 22...

The Workday After Tomorrow
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The Workday After Tomorrow

What happens when business as usual is impossible?

Apple Said to Be Exploring Switch From Intel For Mac
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Apple Said to Be Exploring Switch From Intel For Mac

Apple Inc. is exploring ways to replace Intel Corp. processors in its Mac personal computers with a version of the chip technology it uses in the iPhone and iPad...

Japan's Once Mighty Tech Industry Has Fallen Far Behind Silicon Valley
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Japan's Once Mighty Tech Industry Has Fallen Far Behind Silicon Valley

In the 1980s, Sony co-founder Akio Morita fired a verbal missile across the Pacific at Silicon Valley: Japan's supremacy in business and technology would overwhelm...

Facebook's 'Next Billion': A Q&A With Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook's 'Next Billion': A Q&A With Mark Zuckerberg

In 2004, Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard University dorm room, hoping to see what his classmates were up to on campus. The following eight years...

Pete Koomen: The Quest For More Clicks
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Pete Koomen: The Quest For More Clicks


The Acer Smartphone That Never Was
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The Acer Smartphone That Never Was

It was going to be the big mobile-phone breakthrough Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba needed.

With Iphone 5, Apple Again Raises the Smartphone Bar
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With Iphone 5, Apple Again Raises the Smartphone Bar

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook took the stage Wednesday to unveil an eagerly awaited revamping of the company's flagship products, including the iPhone, iPod, iTunes—all...

Why Investors Willingly Pay Speed Traders Extra Billions
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Why Investors Willingly Pay Speed Traders Extra Billions

When high-frequency traders defend themselves against criticism that they're screwing up the stock market by distorting prices or making it more volatile, their...

In Silicon Valley, Hardware Is Hot Again
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In Silicon Valley, Hardware Is Hot Again

Since the mid-1990s Liam Casey, PCH International's chief executive officer, has helped technology companies with the nastiest task in Silicon Valley: building...
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