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Lance Ulanoff
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  • Mashable
    Editor in Chief, 2011 - present
  • PCMag.com
    Editor-in-Chief, Senior VP of Content, 2007 - 2011
  • Ziff Davis, Inc.
    Excutive Editor, Online, 2000 - 2007
  • Deja.com
    Director of Content, 1999 - 2000
  • CMP
    Senior Online Editor, 1996 - 1999
  • The McGraw-Hill Companies
    Associate Editor, 1989 - 1991
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Tech expert, social media commentator, cartoonist + robot fan
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This is what it's like to see a 2015 Ford Mustang on the observation deck of the Empire State Building #ThroughGlass
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this is how you shake a robot hand #throughglass
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You know that's great and everything, But when is Honda going to start selling these little bastards to the general public, I have been waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting.. and if Honda is not going to push'em out the door then I don't give a crap if I can shake  the hand of demoware....
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You know I'm right. 
The Internet is all fun and games until a security breach and one very nosy government agency come along and mess up everything.
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Graphene is gonna be big.
Scientists have announced the discovery of a new method for "growing large area, single crystal wafer scale graphene."
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Graphene is the miracle material that could make lots of amazing things possible, from more efficient solar cells to better transparent conductive layers for all sorts of display applications. And that's before you start playing with its physical properties.
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Check out my extra-deep review of Microsoft's Office for iPad apps. They look good and work well.
Microsoft took years to bring Office to the iPad, but the resulting three apps: Word, Excel and PowerPoint, was worth the wait.
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Wonder what it's like being on @CNBC? This is how it looks through Google Glass 
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Don't need glass to get sick watching cnbc ...
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New York City bridges #throughglass
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beautiful and thanks for the  information about to change Passwords from diverse sites
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Digital Zombies living among us...
As Microsoft cuts Windows XP support, we're entering a dangerous new era that could harm many and shift the course of computing, forever.
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+Pete Pachal makes a very strong argument here. This is not a lost cost, but one in need of serious recalibration.
Google Glass has an image problem, with bad press and privacy concerns taking hold of the narrative. But Google can still save its unusual wearable gadget.
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No, the entire war was lost the moment the first selfie was taken in the bathroom. 
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Did the passengers of flight MH370 ever have cell phone access? Why isn't mobile technology telling us more about what happened to the missing aircraft and its passengers?
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Of course they have GPS on the flight recorder. The flight recorder is in the plane, which we haven't found yet. GPS is also one way - just because it tells you where you are doesn't mean it tells the satellites where you are.
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