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In South Korea, the Republic of Samsung
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In South Korea, the Republic of Samsung

So sprawling is Samsung’s modern-day empire that some South Koreans say it has become possible to live a Samsung-only life: You can use a Samsung credit card to...

Developers Are Key to Winning the Tech Wars
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Developers Are Key to Winning the Tech Wars

Many smartphone manufacturers draw from the same stylebook: Make it sleek. Make it black. But what may determine the winner of the smartphone wars is the apps.

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Silicon Valley's Data Gurus Lure Defense Customers

Silicon Valley's biggest names are betting on data gurus to analyze the fire hose of information on the Web—and it turns out that military and federal government...

Google's Project Glass Engineers: Who Are They?
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Google's Project Glass Engineers: Who Are They?

Google’s Project Glass has put new focus on Google X, the lab at the tech giant where engineers work to develop the next big thing.

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Twitter ­sage at Work Jumped 700% Last Year, Study Says

Working hard or hardly working? Managers may find themselves asking that question after examining the results of a study that found massive increases in employees'...

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How Many Security Clearances Have Been Issued?

More than 4.2 million people have security clearances for access to classified information, a number that vastly outstrips previous estimates and nearly rivals...

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In China, Business Travelers Take Extreme Precautions to Avoid Cyber-Espionage

Packing for business in China? Bring your passport and business cards, but maybe not that laptop loaded with contacts and corporate memos.

Defcon Opens Its Doors to Pre-Teen and Teen Hackers
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Defcon Opens Its Doors to Pre-Teen and Teen Hackers

DefCon, the conference where hackers and the people who monitor them get together to trade the latest in hacking and tracking data, had some new attendees: children...
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