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How to Overcome Your 6 Biggest Digital Banking Fears

By Christina Lavingia, Editor Cybersecurity -- or a lack thereof -- has consistently made headlines this year. The news that two-thirds of American households were compromised due to a breach at JPMorgan Chase is just the latest in a...Show More Summary

Separating Fact From Fiction in the Digital World

We are a society of devices. A world of social networking and social media galore. People are sharing and over-sharing captions of their lives in the virtual world that years ago we would never have been invited to see. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networking sites can bring personalities to a whole new level. Show More Summary

What Is The Real Price Of Technology?

I will never forget it. The story that my friend told me about her daughter who came to her crying, disappointed after she found out that Santa Claus is not real. She Googled it, she said. It's inevitable, you might say. They'll find out eventually. Show More Summary

The Future of Information Is Here: The Internet of Things

In early September at the Supermobility/CTIA conferences, I moderated a discussion about the future for the Internet of Things (IoT). The women in technology panel focused on multiple layers of the IOT world. With the world being constantly...Show More Summary

Why Isaacson's Rewrite of Tech History Is So Timely

By Alison van Diggelen, Host of Fresh Dialogues Last Tuesday was the kind of evening when you just want to snuggle up with a good book and a warm mug of Earl Grey. But I rallied and zipped up my winter boots to go to Silicon Valley's geek mecca, The Computer History Museum. Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg: the Next Great Chinese Rapper?

So, apparently Mark Zuckerberg can speak some Chinese. I first learned of this a few nights ago when, before I'd even had a chance to seek out evidence of Zuckerberg responding to questions in Mandarin, I found myself on social media...Show More Summary

Separating Fact from Fiction in the TPP

This weekend, trade ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement will gather in Australia for yet another round of high-level talks. When finalized, the TPP could play an important role in further integrating the economies of the participating countries, which include the U.S. Show More Summary

Is the Digital Economy Still a Capitalist Economy?

This is the first of a series of excerpts from The Digital Economy, 20th Anniversary Edition by Don Tapscott, released October 24, 2014. Too bad the term "socialism" was appropriated by Karl Marx, because it would be an apt description of today's emerging social economy. Show More Summary

As Battle for the Internet Goes Into Its End Game, All Eyes On FCC

As the World Series begins, baseball analogies on a series of Washington decisions impacting Internet users come to mind. After millions of lobbying dollars spent by Internet Access Providers and an historic level of public commentsShow More Summary

How NSA Spying, Google and Chlorinated Chickens Are Pitting Germans Against Americans -- And What to Do About It

These remarks are adapted from a talk at the Center for European Studies at Harvard on October 23. I see an increased nervousness in my country about America. Even though both our countries have an eagle on their coat of arms, people currently are focused on a different bird: the chicken. Show More Summary

Why the New Digital Health Apps Might Succeed Where Self-Help Fails

Despite efforts by both government and the medical profession, not to mention countless New Years' resolutions, people still smoke, consume unhealthy food, become overweight and fail to exercise. But with digital self empowerment moving into its next chapter, that could all change. Show More Summary

Why We Must Change Our View of Who Belongs in Tech

I probably need to get a few things out of the way first: I am creative - not artistic by a long shot, but most certainly far more creative than tech. I love words - the nuance of emotion, the ability to convince, rally or even stirShow More Summary

Drones Add a New Dimension to Crime Scene Investigations

By Michelle Fredrickson, Science Communications student at Washington State University Anyone who's watched the U.S. TV show "CSI" has probably seen officers carefully measuring the distance between every object in a room, and between every speck of evidence, in order to precisely reproduce the crime scene. Show More Summary

Computers -- Starting Over

My computer is dying. It is sluggish while searching, switching between programs and completing tasks. Sometimes, it experiences a Parkinsonian-like freeze and we sit there staring at each other while waiting in silence for the uncomfortable episode to pass. Show More Summary

The Education of Everything

From early childhood through higher education and beyond, there is little debate that the iPad -- still less than five years old -- is transforming how we learn. Yet the flipped classrooms, personalized learning programs and real-time...Show More Summary

Five Keys to Entrepreneurial Success

Forming your first startup is not a task for the faint at heart. You think you have every piece of information and every problem solved, but once you decide to make the jump into entrepreneurship and things go awry, your true drive and ambition will either shine or fade into the background. Show More Summary

HBO Going Rogue Could Get Us to Net Neutrality

Recently, a couple of cable content providers have announced that they're going rogue and are going to start providing content independently of cable companies. That's good news for consumers who have, until now, been at the mercy of companies such as Comcast and Time Warner. Show More Summary

Six Reasons to Share Your Mobile Location

As mobile phone usage becomes increasingly prolific, the number of location-based mobile applications has skyrocketed. The Pew Research Center reports that nearly half of adult smartphone owners use location-based services on their mobile...Show More Summary

Why Journalists Should Fear Social Media

Technology disrupted the media's monopoly on journalism. The advent of smart phones and social networks reduced the barriers of entry, for digital journalists, to practically nothing. Journalist used to be a title reserved for professional writers. Show More Summary

I Tried the Next Level in Wearable Tech

Wearable Tech is probably one of the hottest phrases out right now. Companies on both the fashion and tech side are racing to get into the game, each entrant hoping that it has the ticket to mass consumer adoption. Microsoft just announced...Show More Summary

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