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The Company That's Buying ­p All the Key Pieces of the Online-News Ecosystem
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The Company That's Buying ­p All the Key Pieces of the Online-News Ecosystem

In the past couple years, an ecology of sorts has come into being among online news sites.

The Touch-Screen Generation
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The Touch-Screen Generation

On a chilly day last spring, a few dozen developers of children’s apps for phones and tablets gathered at an old beach resort in Monterey, California, to show off...

Why Google Maps Is Better Than Apple Maps
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Why Google Maps Is Better Than Apple Maps

There's a simple answer: people.

An Amazon Engineer Had a Little Idea That Turned Into a Billion-Dollar Business
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An Amazon Engineer Had a Little Idea That Turned Into a Billion-Dollar Business

Once upon a time, Amazon was a dot-com-era technology company best known for selling books.

The Extremely Personal Computer: The Digital Future of Mental Health
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The Extremely Personal Computer: The Digital Future of Mental Health

It's 2018, and you're not feeling your best.

'We're Literally Watching the Internet Be Rebuilt'
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'We're Literally Watching the Internet Be Rebuilt'

A new company uses big-data capabilities to decode the inner-workings of the modern Internet.

From Heroes to Humans: The Totally Regular People Who Landed a Robot on Mars
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From Heroes to Humans: The Totally Regular People Who Landed a Robot on Mars

Last week, a group of the scientists and engineers orchestrating NASA's Curiosity mission got together to do an "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit.

Curiosity's Martian Playground Is Technically Located in Pasadena
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Curiosity's Martian Playground Is Technically Located in Pasadena

Seventeen miles from downtown L.A., on the campus of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, there's a small stretch of earth covered in beach sand, decomposed...

Where 4,000,000 Phones a Year Go to Be Resurrected
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Where 4,000,000 Phones a Year Go to Be Resurrected

The first thing I noticed when I stepped into Recellular's Ann Arbor warehouse was the flags. From the rafters, the flags of the world oversee the processing of...

How One Kitchen Table in Brooklyn Became a School for Coders
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How One Kitchen Table in Brooklyn Became a School for Coders

Every week at a kitchen table in Brooklyn, coders Amit Pitaru and David Nolen host a salon/workshop called Kitchen Table Coders, bringing together a small group...

The Future of Hiring: Human Resources, Without the Humans
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The Future of Hiring: Human Resources, Without the Humans

Imagine a scenario where your next job interview isn't face-to-face, but face-to-screen. There are no questions about your former work experience and office habits...

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Here's the Number That Matters in Facebook's Ipo Filing

After waiting for so long to see the numbers inside Facebook's success, it's easy to be overwhelmed by all the new data we have about the social network and company...

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Making It in America

In the past decade, the flow of goods emerging from U.S. factories has risen by about a third. Factory employment has fallen by roughly the same fraction.

What Hacker Apprenticeships Tell ­S About the Future of Education
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What Hacker Apprenticeships Tell ­S About the Future of Education

Three very similar compressed software development training programs have emerged in the past few months: Code Academy (not to be confused with the startup Codecademy)...
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