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Among a host of apps and services that are designed to give readers a short take on breaking news that they can read on a mobile device, Circa says it is different because its short news updates are essentially building a long-form news story over time
How creative can a computer be? By teaching its Watson artificial intelligence system to recognize food, IBM is hoping to show that just because it's a computer, Watson can't also be creative.
Thursday morning, we thought Bitcoin's creator had been unveiled. Now, it looks like we might be no closer to knowing the answer.
Just a few months after it started testing ads in user streams, Instagram has signed an advertising deal with agency Omnicom that is reportedly worth up to $100 million.
Samsung's new Milk app wants to beat Pandora with a novel UI and without any annoying ads. But what does that mean for Samsung's online music strategy?
Gigaom’s Structure Data conference is just two weeks away, and in addition to the top-notch speaker lineup, there are a number of great reasons to join us in New York City. Here’s the highlight reel.
Facebook is building its second data center in Luleå, Sweden, using "rapid deployment data center" techniques that will speed construction and simplify design by prebuilding certain parts and creating standardized kits for others.
Think you'll have the best March Madness bracket this year? That's a tough one but it's easier to support your team now: Motorola introduced new college colors for the Moto X along with custom cases for dozens of universities.
Now that 4k monitors are hitting the market, it might be time for OS X to support scaling on these high-resolution displays. If the beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 is in any indication, the feature should be coming very soon.
The Lumia 630 looks like it will feature a return to Nokia’s vivid color palette.
Looking for a job in tech? Each week we highlight some of the most interesting positions posted to Gigaom’s job board. Check out the latest tech gigs at leading companies across the country.
The company quietly launched the HP 8, an attractive but slightly underpowered Android tablet.
An administrative judge has overruled an FAA policy banning the use of commercial drones; so (gulp) start your engines, I guess.
The NSA whistleblower has given extensive evidence to an inquiry into the surveillance of European citizens, describing what he calls a "bazaar" of EU intelligence agencies allowing the U.S. to spy on pretty much everyone.
British academics and the Dutch electronics giant Philips have been working together on a new kind of processor component for many years, and now they say they've made enough progress to make the production of flexible electronics more viable.
In an exclusive interview with the AP Thursday afternoon, the man who Newsweek claimed earlier in the day to be Bitcoin's founder refuted the article.
As a new study about sex trafficking during the Super Bowl highlights, advances in data analysis are underpinning some powerful new ways of tackling very tough problems. Among all the stones hurled at the tech sector lately, this is area in which it can take pride.
One blog posts says, "Not only is Data Science not a science, it’s not even a good job prospect." Another says, "[T]here will always be a place for those who excel at solving ambiguous technological & business problems. And they'll cost more than $30/hr." Who's right?
Braintree may be part of the eBay/PayPal empire now, but it’s not abandoning its focus on becoming the payments provider for emerging startups. Braintree, in fact, is trying to add virgin e-commerce, m-commerce and collaborative consumption companies to its roster by offering to process the first […]
Searching through web video sucks, with most of the data coming from tags. But Op3nvoice wants to make audio from video searchable in the same way that the text-based web is today.