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Google launches small-business initiative

Customized websites for virtually every town and city in the U.S. let entrepreneurs learn how to improve their visibility.        

Apple Watch buyers guide

If you're looking to get an Apple Watch but you're not sure which Apple Watch, or which options, you should get, here's everything you need to know! The Apple Watch is a brand new product but it has long established roots both in time-keeping and technology. Show More Summary

It's time to put America’s small businesses on the map

If you searched for “Dependable Care near Garland, TX” a few months ago, you would have seen a lot of search results—but not the one that mattered to Marieshia Hicks. Marieshia runs Dependable Care Health Service in Garland, and it was her business that was missing. Show More Summary

HTC One M9 hands-on: Improved craftsmanship, camera, and HTC Sense are compelling

Matthew spent over 24 hours using the new HTC One M9 and it exceeds the emotional appeal of the M7. HTC improved where it needed to and the One M9 is sure to be a popular phone....

Daily Report: Trying to Sway the Jury in Kleiner Perkins Discrimination Trial

yesterdayTechnology : Bits

In closing arguments on Tuesday, top litigators from both sides presented their cases in the gender discrimination trial against Kleiner Perkins.

10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, FB, TWTR)

Good morning! It's a bright and sunny day in London. Here's the tech news you need to know today. 1. Google has hired Morgan Stanley CFO Ruth Porat to become its CFO. She replaces Patrick Pichette, who announced his retirement earlier this month. Show More Summary

A New Bill Could Help Companies Share Cybersecurity Threat Information

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee yesterday introduced a new bill that would allow businesses to share knowledge of digital security threats with the government without fears of legal of action. Read more...

Korean researchers develop dust sized artificial fingerprint identifier which cannot be duplicated

A Korean research team led by Professor Kwon Sung-hoon at Seoul National University and professor Park Wook at Kyung Hee University, has developed a dust-sized identifier, which could be seen as an.. The post Korean researchers develop dust sized artificial fingerprint identifier which cannot be duplicated appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.

Ford: Our latest car gizmo will starve you of fuel if you're speeding

Fighting automatic regulation with automatic adherence Ford has announced a new intelligent speed limiter system which reads traffic signs and reduces fuel flow to keep your vehicle within the speed limit.…

Infographic: How Startups Can Successfully Leverage Big Data

by Angela Guess Bluenose has created an infographic on how startups can successfully leverage Big Data for business insights and improved profits. Bluenose reports that 73% of startups say their collection of data has significantly increased, but only 35% of startups have even considered utilizing Big Data or Big Data solutions. Show More Summary

Machine Learning, Virtual Assistants, and the Value of Chit Chat

by Angela Guess Writing for TechRadar, Mary Branscombe recently noted, “Machine learning is improving everything from image and speech recognition to predicting when machinery will fail. It's what makes Cortana smart enough to crackShow More Summary

HTC One M9 camera comparison: 20 megapixels on the back and UltraPixel on the front

HTC made the right move by moving the UltraPixel camera to the front and adding in a more standard camera to the back. Software isn't yet final, but initial results are encouraging....

Meow Mix crowdsources ideas for cat products

[...] with the help of Internet input, cat-food maker Meow Mix has created a possible solution: a cat bed called Hot Keys that attaches to a computer and grows warmer the more you type. “Cats rule the Internet,” said Carrie Schliemann,...Show More Summary

Microsoft announces release of new all-in-one Azure App Service for developers

Microsoft today revealed its three-in-one cloud service, Azure App Service, that has bundled Azure Websites, Azure Mobile Services, and Azure BizTalk Services, in an effort to provide developers a one-stop single-service facility in which they can deliver cross-platform, cloud-connected applications … Continue reading ?

The Internet of Things and the Virtual You

by Angela Guess Jenny Lee and Hans Tung recently wrote for Fortune, “For years people have been claiming that search is dead, but we still find ourselves on Google looking for a restaurant, searching for the best ski equipment or researching a new company. Show More Summary

This Ad's Food Porn Made Me So Hungry I'm Now Hypnotised

Video: This commercial for Japanese restaurant Yugo — a very cool place in Madrid, Spain, decorated like a World War II Japanese bunker — is making me drool so much that I’m afraid of drowning in my own saliva. I want to stuff my face with a bucket full of those broiled toro nigiri. That’s the only thing in my mind right now. More »      

Wozniak talks about Apple’s rumored electric car project and the Apple Watch

Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should explore other high-volume markets, such as cars, and while he intends to buy an Apple Watch, it won’t be the high-end Edition, but rather the entry-level Sport. In an interview, Wozniak, who recently became an … Continue reading ?

Innovations: Elon Musk, Neil deGrasse Tyson laugh about artificial intelligence turning the human race into its pet labrador

Elon Musk has already ignited a debate over the dangers of artificial intelligence. The chief executive of Tesla and SpaceX has called it humanity’s greatest threat, and something even more dangerous than nuclear weapons.Read full article >>

You Can Get Triple J Emoji Now Because Of Course You Can

Briefly: Your phone is incomplete. It doesn’t have Triple J-themed Emoji in it. More »      

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