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Why voice is the next big internet wave

At first glance, few technologies feel as unsexy as voice. From a user’s perspective, little has changed since the days of Alexander Graham Bell. Most see voice as a mature technology that simply connects people in real-time across a distance. 823 more words

Mobile Phones

2014 Taste of Marietta (April 27)

Location:  Historic Marietta Square 
Marietta, GA

Time:  11:00 AM- 7:00 PM

Details:  Enjoy a day filled with 70+ restaurants, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Kid’s Alley, LGE Community Credit Union Food Court, Martin’s Famous Pasty Shoppe Cooking Stage, and the select luxury car show.  36 more words


This week on Gigaom Research: bitcoin and 3D printing

At Gigaom Research, our analysts take a peek into the future of early markets such as bitcoin and additive manufacturing. Some of this week’s most popular research includes reports on digital currency services, a vision for 3D printing, and our most recent Sector RoadMap on data-discovery tools. 236 more words

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"Facebook's Next Big Potential Acquisition Is Not Your Average Tech Startup" (PolicyMic)

March 4, 2014

“According to TechCrunch, the tech giant is in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a New Mexico-based start-up that manufactures near-orbital, solar-powered drones that can fly without landing for five years. 95 more words


"State of Women in Media: We May Never Run the Press" (Bitch Magazine)

February 27, 2014

“…VIDA and other organizations also report that those mountains have not moved very much. Things are perpetually dire for women who cover sports—just two women were on a  84 more words


"America is the prime target of international cyberattacks" (Quartz)

February 27, 2014

“The US topped the list of countries targeted by advanced persistent threat (APT) activity, which FireEye defines as online attacks that were ‘likely directly or indirectly supported by a nation state.’ 75 more words

Cultural Politics

"Facebook’s Identity Crisis" (Slate)

“Facebook Connect was a radical evolution of Facebook’s API. It allowed third-party developers to use Facebook as the identity and login system for their sites and apps. 82 more words

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