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Your Next Job Application Could Involve a Video Game
Employers are adopting “Moneyball”-style hiring approaches. But what are they measuring, exactly?
Xbox One vs. PS4: Two consoles for two kinds of gamers
Picking your side of the console war comes down to how you play.
Think piracy is killing the music industry? This chart suggests otherwise.
Sales of recorded music have plunged over the last decade. But concert ticket sales and other revenue have offset almost all of the decline.
Susan Crawford: Responding to Distorted Op-Eds Published by the New York...
Roosevelt Institute Fellow Susan Crawford offers a rebuttal to critics who claim high-speed Internet access is in good shape in the U.S.. If
Google steps back from net neutrality, claims banning servers is 'indust...
It looks like Google is starting to see that whole net neutrality thing a little differently now that it's in the business of providing inte
World's Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks - Information Is Beautiful
Data visualization of the world biggest data breaches, leaks and hacks. Constantly updated. Powered by VizSweet.
Why public libraries should follow Chicago's lead and build maker labs
Summary: The lab will operate through the end of the year and offer 3D printers, laser cutters, a milling machine, a vinyl cutter and softwa
2013 is halfway over! This is how the economy is doing, in 11 charts.
How is the economy really doing halfway through the year? Here are the ups and downs, in chart form.
New, stricter FTC rules on collecting data from children kick in today
Today, the FTC is making a much-anticipated series of changes to how apps and websites can collect information from children under 13. The a
Sorry, that's classified: Army blocks staff access to The Guardian
In an attempt to keep classified information on the NSA’s vast and varied spying programs off of unauthorized computers, the US Army is bloc
Data Capped: I Never Thought It Could Happen To Me | Public Knowledge
My unlimited data plan has been throttled and I don’t know how it happened There has been a lot of discussion surrounding Data Caps and how
Hey Seattle, want a gigabit connection? That'll be $80
Summary: Gigabit Squared, the company providing fiber to the home service in six cities around the U.S., has announced pricing for its Seatt