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Companies proclaim water the next oil in a rush to turn resources into p...
Mammoth companies are trying to collect water that all life needs and charge for it as they would for other natural resources
Here’s An Actual 3D Indoor Map Of A Room Captured With Google’s Project ...
We broke the news yesterday that Google was producing a prototype 3D sensing smartphone called Project Tango. We also broke down the capabil
Google Fiber chooses nine metro areas for possible expansion
34 cities will try to convince Google they're worthy of gigabit fiber.
Visualization Network on track to double biz in 2014
Visualization Network on track to double biz in 2014.
5 Things Ann Arbor Could Do To Attract Young Professionals (But Isn't)
We all know the reasons for living in Ann Arbor by rote. The city has long been branded as artsy, intellectual, active, prosperous and, abov
Attachments in Gmail, now with the power of Google Drive
This new attachment experience is available on desktop and will be rolling out over the next week. If you're one of the more than 120 millio
This Is How Maker Studios Scales Video Production For The YouTube Genera...
As one of the earliest multichannel networks on YouTube, Maker Studios has built a pretty big business out of putting talent first. Founded
American wine maker whose chardonnay defeated France dies at 86 | The Ra...
Jim Barrett, the American vintner whose chardonnay famously defeated the might of France in 1976 and helped put California's Napa Valley on
'We're Literally Watching the Internet Be Rebuilt'
A new company uses big-data capabilities to decode the inner-workings of the modern Internet.
Airbnb: Our Guests Stay Longer And Spend More Than Hotel Guests, Contrib...
Over the past few years, there's been some question about what effect peer-to-peer lodging marketplace Airbnb has on the hotel and tourism i
Maddow asks Republicans to return to the world of facts | The Raw Story
Reviewing the results of the 2012 elections, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow predicted Republicans would need to “pop the factual bubble” that they