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One Trend To Rule Them All: The Hidden Maths Of Urban Economies

Our cities may not be as unique as we once thought – a new paper identifies a universal law in the way businesses grow in cities.

Spotlighting The Next Level Of Threat Intel With Digital Shadows

Even a casual perusing of the headlines informs us that cybersecurity is increasing as warfare and crime continue to shift into the digital arena. Earlier this week it was reported that the Internal Revenue Service identified a hacking effort that targeted e-file PINs for 464,000 Social Security Numbers, of which [...]

In The Digital Economy, Winners Will Place People First

At the recent annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Fourth Industrial Revolution was one of the most-discussed topics by CEOs and heads of state who see the tremendous potential for digital technologies to add real value to industry and society. According to a WEF report, the [...]

Four Ancient Animals Caught Permanently In Flagrante

For Valentine's Day, here is a look at some of the most ancient examples of love

Gyenno Smart Spoon for Parkinson's Sufferers: Neutralizing the Shakes

His hand began trembling for no apparent reason, two years ago. He first noticed it when he tried to pull a spoon from a bowl of soup. By the time the spoon reached his mouth, there was no broth left in it. Then when he attempted to concentrate on doing [...]

VC Firm Social Capital Opens Up Its 'Magic 8-Ball' Growth Hacking Tools For Any Startup To Use

Social Capital's growth hackers are used to helping startups figure out the healthiness of their growth by jumping into their data. Now they've open-sourced their "Magic 8-ball" to allow any startup to see if they've hit product-market fit.

Analyzing The New Age Of 'Overwatch' In Closed Beta 2.0

Overwatch is back, its closed beta returning after nearly two months of a hiatus, and the game is now a bit different than it was back then. Not significantly, perhaps, but enough to be worthy of comment. I’ve been grinding out games for about a day now, and have gotten [...]

Three TED Talks About The Sharing / Giving Economy

The thing about TED Talks is sometimes they see around corners, sometimes to provide remarkable context, and sometimes they clarify idea and individuals into movements. There’s been a lot written about the sharing economy, but sometimes it makes more sense in theory than in practice. Three TED talks in Vancouver this week are sure to challage some of those assumptions.

'The Flash' Season 2, Episode 13 Review: Earth Two, Where All Of Barry's Dreams Come True

Earth Two is both a dream come true for Barry Allen, and a nightmare in Tuesday night's episode of 'The Flash.'

WorldRemit Secures $45 Million Credit Line To Ramp Up Mobile Money Remittances

WorldRemit and others want to digitize the often time intensive and costly international money transfer process.

Tesla: What To Watch For When It Reports

This article outlines what investors are most interested in when Tesla reports today.

Does Social Media Matter? (Yes, Because It's Changing)

Last week -- at an industry event that I helped to organize in Silicon Valley -- the great marketing strategist Geoffrey Moore was asked to reflect on the impact of one of the most enduring catch phrases in business. I'm not talking about "crossing the chasm," the phrase that Moore [...]

Apple iOS 9.3 Beta 3 Reveals Another Handy Feature

Verizon Wi-Fi Calling / Screenshot Credit: Zac Hall of 9to5Mac Earlier this week, Apple released iOS 9.3 beta 3 -- which contains a feature that was not revealed in the previous betas, according to 9to5Mac. The first beta of iOS 9.3 revealed a new Night Shift mode, smart education upgrades, additional [...]

Destiny's 'Crimson Days' Event Is A Pointless, Pleasant Diversion

Yesterday, Bungie launched Destiny’s Crimson Day event at literally the same second that Activision brought the Overwatch beta back. I had to choose between my two most-played games of the last six months, and Overwatch won out, at least temporarily. But I quickly learned that the kind of people who [...]

Facebook Debuts New Way To Keep You Watching Its Video Ads

Facebook will offer automatic captioning of videos ads, in an attempt to make the ads more attractive to brand advertisers.

Criteo: From Startup To $1 Billion In Revenues

While the year has been mostly crummy for tech stocks, Criteo (CRTO) has been able to buck the trend. On news of its latest earnings report, the stock price is up a sizzling 20% in early trading. In fact, the company has exceeded $1 billion in revenues for the past [...]

What Needs Has LinkedIn Missed? TalentSky Has Some Ideas

LinkedIn has hit a rough patch, and that may be creating opportunities for newcomers like TalentSky, which is working with employers to develop a new social network based on professional identity.

Black Holes Could Be Gateways After All

Physicists can now simulate the interiors of black holes using high-powered computers--and it looks like science fiction authors were right: black holes could be portals for space travel.

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