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What I Learned from Steve Jobs

 Many people have explained what one can learn from Steve Jobs. But few, if any, of these people have been inside the tent and experienced first hand what it was...

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Who Is Behind the Hacks?

Every day there's another report of a computer hack. Yesterday it was a video game company and a U.S. Senate database. And today it could be the Federal Reserve...

Web Giants Get Bigger, Location Takes Off
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Web Giants Get Bigger, Location Takes Off

The easiest way to sum up the Web in 2010 is that it was a year of growth. The big got bigger and smaller companies came out of the woodwork with new plays on...

The Speed Camera that Doesn't Just Check Your Speed
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The Speed Camera that Doesn't Just Check Your Speed

Everyone knows that speed cameras work. They create the discipline of a lissom lady in leather and make sure everyone understands just what the rules are. In fact...

Is China a Supercomputer Threat? (Q&A)
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Is China a Supercomputer Threat? (Q&A)

With China expected to officially take the supercomputer performance crown next month, I asked an expert about the state of supercomputing in the U.S. and whether...

Q&A: Researcher Karsten Nohl on Mobile Eavesdropping
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Q&A: Researcher Karsten Nohl on Mobile Eavesdropping

Last week brought some bad news for mobile phone users. German security expert Karsten Nohl demonstrated how easy it is to eavesdrop on GSM-based (Global System...

Tech Advice from Tim Berners-Lee
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Tech Advice from Tim Berners-Lee

When Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, entered the room for the final interview at the recent Web 2.0 Summit, the audience stood up for him. Appropriately...

Being a Walking Hot-Spot
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Being a Walking Hot-Spot

During Road Trip 2009, Daniel Terdiman arrived in Aspen with an iPhone with no battery life. He used Verizon's MiFi 2200 to create a walking Wi-Fi hot-spot for...
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