Academics at CMU will try to extend Yahoo’s services with mobile apps that act like personal assistants.
You won’t believe how these guys redefined viral content on the Web.
They’re not just disruptive—these 50 companies are also intelligent in the way they build their businesses.
It may have finally found the missing piece it needs to move beyond relying solely on advertising.
For its wearable computer to be accepted, Google must convince people that the device isn’t creepy.
Google has no way to push updates to devices running Android software, making the devices vulnerable to malware.
Secret, a new app that lets you share honestly and anonymously, is addictive.
Would you let a startup track your social media accounts and credit-card transactions in exchange for cash?
Small companies are showing that the technology we rely on can be redesigned to protect our data—and that consumers are interested.
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