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Does The World Need A ‘Marshall Plan’ For Technology?

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Investing in global infrastructure should include fast and secure digital connectivity The idea of economic planning dominated the imagination of 20th-century economists. Unlike the classical liberal view, the plann...

The iPhone X Is Here

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A decade after the release of the first iPhone, Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in the brand-new Steve Jobs Theater on Tuesday to announce, among other things, the iPhone X. That’s “X” for “10,” but it may as well ...

Women In Tech: An Interview With Wendy Lea

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I was able to sit down with Wendy Lea, CEO of Cintrifuse, and talk about her career, and the question how tech can be more inclusive for minorities. What is it that you enjoy most about your current job at Cintrifu...

If You Are Worried About ‘Hacked’ Democracy, Quit Facebook

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During a recent panel discussion, The Exponential View’s Azeem Azhar and a couple of invited expert guests talked about democracy’s vulnerability in the age of information technology and social media (you can listen ...

5 Ways To Organically Boost Engagement On Instagram

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Let’s get real, Instagram is a tough cookie to crack. Just when we’re feeling like we found our groove, they drop a new update, a new feature, or some new way the algorithm is burying our posts and we’re left feeling...

Here’s How To Find Out Which Apps Are Killing Your Battery Life

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Unless your phone is in need of a visit to the Apple Store for a little TLC, there’s usually a reason that you end up in the dreaded battery red zone sooner than you’d like. While tapping through Instagram Stories or...

Can Your Adopted Pet Expose You To Fraud?

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Pet ownership has definite upsides. You get companionship and exercise and the satisfaction of doing a good deed. Plus, people who own pets live longer. Unfortunately, pet ownership can also make you a target for phi...

What Apple Thought The iPhone Might Look Like In 1995

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A decade ago, for the most part, phones were phones. Computers were computers. Cameras were cameras. Portable music players were portable music players. The idea that the future of the computer would be a phone, or ...

How To Find Out If You’ve Been Hit By The Equifax Hack

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Everyone should be worried about the latest cybersecurity breach. Equifax, one of the main credit score providers in America, announced Thursday that the company was the victim of a large-scale hack that exposed the ...

Trademarks Show Amazon Has Sights On Meal-Kits, ‘Single Cow Burgers’ And Other Fast Food Options

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Amazon has made no secret of its ambitions to expand into more fresh food services, from its own, homegrown efforts like AmazonFresh for groceries (first launched in 2013) and Amazon Restaurants for restaurant deliv...

How In The World Does Venmo Make Money?

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Every year, billions of dollars change hands in needlessly clumsy ways. Parents realize they’re short on cash and go out of their way to stop at an ATM so they can pay their babysitter; grandparents mail checks as b...

RIP, MS Paint | HuffPost

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After brushing with greatness for more than three decades, it’s the beginning of the end for MS Paint, Microsoft’s venerable graphics editing program. MS Paint, beloved for its simple tools to doodle and burn away co...

Why Air Travel Still Sucks

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What if I told you we haven’t seen a genuine innovation to commercial flight in over 60 years? The Boeing 707 of the 1950s, often revered as the hallmark of commercial aeronautics, was just as fast as today’s planes....

As Thailand Restricts Internet Freedom, Cyber Activists Work To Keep An Open Web

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Janjira Sombatpoonsiri, Thammasat University On June 9 2017, a Thai man was sentenced to 35 years in jail for sharing Facebook posts. The crime: he allegedly defamed the king. This harsh sentence is just one ex...

Apple Just Killed Off 2 Iconic Products, And People Are Super Sad

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Apple’s iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle music players are sadly no more. Apple also revealed that it was “simplifying” its iPod Touch range to just two models, which now come with either 32GB or 128GB of storage.The Nano a...

Is AR Apple’s Next Act?

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Take a deep breath. Ten years ― that’s how long it’s been since the first iPhone arrived. It launched a new era, a juggernaut of connectivity, apps, mobile-first web design, and the connected consumer. How sure am I ...

The One Essential Phone Accessory You’re Missing

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It pops, props, kicks, clips. And it’s under $10. You’ve probably seen this accessory before, but wondered, “What is that and why does it look like a fancy fidget spinner attached to a phone?” While you can just play...

Girl Power: How Remote Work Can Help Shrink Tech’s Gender Gap

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The stats on remote working are hard to ignore. From increasing productivity to using less “sick time”, remote working has changed the game in relation to productivity and employee happiness — but it doesn’t stop the...

Finally: An App That Can Identify The Animal You Saw On Your Hike

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The legendary naturalist John Muir once wrote: “Whenever I met a new plant, I would sit down beside it for a minute or a day, to make its acquaintance, hear what it had to tell.” The first step to making an acquaint...

Can AI Remain Safe As Companies Race To Develop It?

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Race Avoidance: Teams developing AI systems should actively cooperate to avoid corner cutting on safety standards. Artificial intelligence could bestow incredible benefits on society, from faster, more accurate medi...

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