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Technology on paper now, technology in pocket tomorrow: Patents and the mobile future

thenextweb.com
Want to take a look into the future of mobile? The United States Patent and Trademark Office is a veritable crystal ball, filled with innovative and exciting inventions developed by some of the biggest names in tech. While some of the applications are so fantastical they seem like something out...
Technology on paper now, technology in pocket tomorrow: Patents and the mobile future

GeekWire Awards: Vote for Young Entrepreneur of the Year

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We’ve collected hundreds of nominations and listened to the feedback of dozens of expert judges. Now, it’s your time to vote for the best and brightest in the Pacific Northwest technology community. We’re kicking off public voting today for the GeekWire Awards. Over the next two weeks, you’ll get the...
GeekWire Awards: Vote for Young Entrepreneur of the Year

From Siri to robots: How SRI views ventures and why innovation requires serious long-term investments

thenextweb.com
One of the things that you might not know about some of the world’s greatest technology is that it was conceived and developed right in the heart of Silicon Valley in a place called SRI International (formerly known as the Stanford Research Institute). This, my friends, is the birthplace of the Internet,...
From Siri to robots: How SRI views ventures and why innovation requires serious long-term investments
Amazon's Kindle smartphone is coming! And it's 3-D! And we've heard this before! But this time it's true!
First rule of DevOps fight club, don’t talk about DevOps fight club

Technology Failed Many in Today’s Explosions in Moscow Subway

profy.com
As many of you already know, earlier today a terrible tragedy happened in Moscow - two explosions in the subway executed by two female suicide bombers and took lives of 38 people (with many still in intensive care of various hospitals so the number will probably increase still in the...
Technology Failed Many in Today’s Explosions in Moscow Subway

Boot up: Android and iOS users profiled, IE10 v Firefox on Do Not Track, HTML5 Rubik's Cube and more

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Plus SQL in the movies, how iOS could improve, where it went wrong for RIM and moreA quick burst of 7 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamRIM: What the hell happened? >> Fortune TechIf aliens had disembarked at Orlando's Marriott Hotel in early May,...
Boot up: Android and iOS users profiled, IE10 v Firefox on Do Not Track, HTML5 Rubik's Cube and more

Google Buzz Exemplifies Privacy Problems, FTC Commissioner Says

blogs.wsj.com
Citing the recent launch of Google’s social-networking service, Google Buzz, outgoing Federal Trade Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour said technology companies are setting a dangerous precedent of publicly exposing consumer data, particularly during the rollout of new products. Reuters Google co-founder Sergey Brin and the Google Buzz logo “Protecting consumer privacy...
Google Buzz Exemplifies Privacy Problems, FTC Commissioner Says

Google Buzz Exemplifies Privacy Problems, FTC Commissioner Says

blogs.wsj.com
Citing the recent launch of Google’s social-networking service, Google Buzz, outgoing Federal Trade Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour said technology companies are setting a dangerous precedent of publicly exposing consumer data, particularly during the rollout of new products. Reuters Google co-founder Sergey Brin and the Google Buzz logo “Protecting consumer privacy...
Google Buzz Exemplifies Privacy Problems, FTC Commissioner Says

How IT learned to stop worrying and start loving user experience

venturebeat.com
This story is part of a series exploring the themes of our upcoming, invitation-only Mobile Summit, April 1-2 in Sausalito, Calif. Explore more stories in the Mobile Summit Debate series. This is a guest post by Andrew Toy, the CEO of Enterproid. I recently had dinner with four IT...
How IT learned to stop worrying and start loving user experience
Glenn Beck is 3D printing's most unlikely advocate yet (video)

RIM: What the hell happened?

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Research in Motion went from a sleepy Canadian backwater to world's most innovative and fastest growing phone company in no time. Now, with its business all but stalled, it looks like "Bye Bye Blackberry." FORTUNE -- If aliens had disembarked at Orlando's Marriott Hotel in early May, they would have...
RIM: What the hell happened?
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