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Do Phones Still Matter?: The Signal Economy Moves From Informing to Action
The mobile smart phone market is booming. About a billion new smart phones were sold in 2013, and total mobile phone sales are likely to app
Scobleizer interviews Mindtouch's co-Founder & CEO, Aaron Fulkerson
An enterprise collaboration leader since 2005, MindTouch turns your customers into happy users and product experts with a cloud delivered so
Why Google Would Be Nuts To Declare A Dividend Now (GOOG)
Will Google follow in Apple's footsteps and pay some of its more than $50 billion cash hoard out to investors in the form of a dividend? Not
The Hidden Truths about Calories | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog ...
Odds are you sometimes think about calories. They are among the most often counted things in the universe. When the calorie was originally c
Nuclear Energy Advocates Pushing Thorium | EnergyBiz
The reality is that solid fuel reactors using uranium are now supplying 20 percent of this country’s electric generation. Liquid fuel reacto
How fungi steal zinc from your body | Lab Rat, Scientific American Blog ...
I've been getting quite into the human microbiome lately, covering both vaginal bacteria and digestive tract bacteria. One thing I thought i
TechCrunch | Watch Sheryl Sandberg’s Speech To Harvard Business School G...
It has been a week since the Facebook IPO, with a whole lot of drama in the aftermath about the glitch with Nasdaq (and the legal implicatio
Unfrozen Caveman CIO at Google Atmosphere: “So ‘Cloud’ is Gmail, Right?”
As Google's Atmosphere conference was winding down on Monday afternoon, I sat in the press box and ruminated on the vague discomfort that ha
TechCrunch | How The Future of Mobile Lies in the Developing World
In less than three decades, the mobile phone has gone from being a status symbol to being a ubiquitous technology that facilitates almost ev
Do Dogs Feel Guilty? | The Thoughtful Animal, Scientific American Blog N...
“I walked into the house, and he was acting strange. I could tell he had done something wrong,” she told me. I pressed for further details.
How to Eat Like a Chimpanzee | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
In conversation we say someone is haunted by the past. Evolutionarily we are all haunted by many pasts, pasts buried in each of our cells, o
Fuji’s Upcoming Mirrorless Camera May Pack a Revolutionary Organic Sensor
If you're a fan of Fujifilm's X100 and X10, then you might want to brace yourself: the company's next camera might be the one mirrorless cam