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How one Big Data startup reveals the secret life of cities by tracking (anonymized) movements by @AlexSalkever
Apple is putting NFC wireless chips in its next new smartphone, presumably to allow for mobile payments
Why So Few Women Are Studying Computer Science by @selenalarson
Facebook is testing a feature that makes your status updates searchable on mobile
Google has been secretly testing delivery by drone
Vine Stars Are The New Boy Bands by @StephEllenChan
Many of today’s most well-known programming languages are old enough to vote. Why won't they die?
More Robot Autonomy Linked To Human Worker Happiness by @laureninspace
Meet Vagrant creator Mitchell Hashimoto and his startup that wants to automate your next app by @mjasay
Apple has three major challenges if it wants to enter the payment arena: regulation, fraud and customer service.
Apple is looking into old tech for mobile payments
Amazon, Google,and Disney are all vying for a piece of the action in livestream gaming
Comcast data caps aren't data caps, says Comcast
Do you self-censor on social media?
Old-style IT has a future! Sort of
Cloud storage platform Dropbox announced that it is offering a terabyte of storage for $9.99 a month
Here's how to track your popularity on Twitter
Fitness apps will benefit from Apple's HealthKit workout
Researchers found that recollection of plot points were worse for readers who read on a Kindle vs paperback
The ALS Association's attempt to trademark the phrase "Ice Bucket Challenge" was met with a chilly response
Apple Is Walking Into Payments Naked by @owenthomas
Google drones, coming to an Australia near you
The Secret To Hiring Great Developers Is Hiding In Plain Sight by @mjasay
How (and why) Apple may save NFC wireless chips
Mobile search is going to make Facebook stalking easier than ever
Build your first Chrome extension. It's an easy way to customize your browser!
Mark this moment: Watching people play video games has become a big business
The Brits are shaking up government IT. Why doesn't your government run like this?
On the heels of Gear 2, Gear Neo and Gear Live, Samsung announced another smartwatch. And this one's a looker
Many mainstay programming languages are old enough to vote. Why do they stick around? by @laureninspace
Instagram's Hyperlapse app makes everyone's videos better by @POPSUGARTech
The truth about DevOps: "IT isn't dead; it's not even dying"
Does reading on digital screens impact our comprehension? is ready for its Facebook close-up, fully clothed and SFW.
In the UK, changes to how technology is delivered has upended decades of dissatisfaction with government services.
Instagram's Hyperlapse app is a steadicam in your pocket. Are you using it to record weekend festivities?
A new study shows people self-censor on social media
How one edtech company is making it possible for students to control satellites in space:
Apple's HealthKit could actually be a helpful workout buddy.
In part 2 of our series, we take a look at why we need messaging apps.
Here's why VMware will struggle to embrace the future:
How (and why) Apple may save NFC.
Google challenges Amazon's drone delivery program with Project Wing
ALS charity drops "Ice Bucket Challenge" trademark attempt, after being met with a chilly response from critics.
Find out how many people are interacting with your tweets using Twitter's new analytics:
How Twitch and YouTube are making video games a big business
Samsung's new Gear S smartwatch is quite a looker.
Ever wanted to customize your Chrome browser? @laureninspace shows you how to build your own extension.
Facebook is testing status search on mobile. Here's how to make your past posts private: