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Backyard Brains, a startup in Ann Arbor, Mich. that is making cheap, portable neuroscience experiment kits that steal the best ideas from multimillion-dollar university labs and put them in the hands of the people.
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Que buen pescado era ese m gusto como le llaman a ese pscado
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But then you have to carry an additional gadget. Hmm. I should read the post, huh.
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New and improved visualization of the Big Data Industry, which are the pure-plays and how they compare to the big-data sidelines of the biggest tech companies
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  • Forbes
    1995 - present
  • Robinson Kurtin Communications
    Editor, 1993 - 1995
  • Time Warner
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Endgame wants to rewrite its reputation as a cyberwar arms dealer--without apologies.

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7 Things To Know About Freelancing Before Quitting Your Job
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I didn't know freelancing was trendy when I decided to do it. After I completed my masters in journalism from NYU I was looking for a way to

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Last season of HBO's Game of Thrones ended with a bang, but, as Jaime Lannister says, the war isn't won yet. In the first trailer for the fo

This Amazing Robot Exoskeleton Helps The Paralyzed Walk Again
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What A Billion Dollars Buys You - Forbes
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Moving IT Beyond The 'Department Of No'
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Meet Hummingbird: Google Just Revamped Search To Handle Your Long Questi...
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Sarah Stillman: The Use and Abuse of Civil Forfeiture
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The basic principle behind asset forfeiture is appealing. It enables authorities to confiscate cash or property obtained through illicit mea

Michael Dell Reiterates $13.75 Is 'Best, Final Offer,' Will Stay On Even...
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Michael Dell, who has been working to take his namesake personal computer maker private, reiterated that the new $13.75 a share offer he and

What Is The Most Catastrophic Error Made By An Intern At A Tech Company?
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What is the most catastrophic error made by an intern at a tech company? This question was originally answered on Quora by Andy Manoske.

In London Trial, Prince Alwaleed Blasts Libyans, Accused of Lying To Sel...
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Here's a look at the best photo editing apps for iOS and Android tablets and smartphones.

Dean of Cyberspace Charles Nesson Says It's No Use Trying To Hide Secrets
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Professor Charles Nesson at his Harvard office (Photo courtesy of Charles Nesson) Charles Nesson, a co-founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center f

OracleVoice: The Top 10 Cloud Innovations In Federal Government
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The US government now spends about $2 billion annually on cloud computing, which makes it—by my estimate—the biggest cloud user in the world

Compact Cameras That Will Make Your Smartphone Jealous
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These high-end compact cameras offer a huge step up in quality from your smartphone but are still small enough to take everywhere.

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Microsoft launches Bing for Schools Microsoft is launching a "Bing for Schools" program that is tailored for K-12 students by "removing all