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10 Breakthrough Technologies For 2013...According To MIT
Every year, the MIT technology review publishes a list of ten breakthrough technologies. From health care to environmental sustainability to consumer electronics, the list covers at it all. Here to discuss this year’s picks, just released yesterday, is Brian Bergstein, deputy editor of the MIT Technology Review.
How Wireless Carriers Are Monetizing Your Movements
Wireless data shows where people live, work, and play is being sold to businesses and city planners, as mobile operators seek new sources of revenue. Arnie Arnesen chats with Jessica Leber MIT Technology Review Business Editor.
On Its 7th Birthday, Is Twitter Still The 'Free Speech Party'?
Jason Pontin, the editor in chief of MIT’s Technology Review, recalls that he didn’t think Twitter was good for anything more profound than those first tweets. He says at the time he thought “Twitter was in the business of allowing people to advertise trivialities.” Today, Pontin says he thinks of Twitter differently, and so do its executives.
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MIT Technology Review’s New Issue Reveals Annual 10 Breakthrough Technologies
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