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A job invented in Silicon Valley is going mainstream as more industries try to gain an edge from big data.
What’s the point of all that data, anyway? It’s to make decisions.
As the amount of data expands exponentially, nearly all of it carries someone’s digital fingerprints.
The company behind the Bittorrent protocol is working on software that can replicate most features of file-synching services without handing your data to cloud servers.
Oculus Rift has heavyweight developer support and millions of dollars of crowdsourced investment. But many of the old challenges to this new technology remain.
A book-sized computer capable of driving a car could help the technology reach the mass market.
A cutting-edge corner of science is being wooed by Silicon Valley, to the dismay of some academics.
The company wants to improve its mobile search services by automatically delivering information you wouldn’t think to search for online.
Intentionally engineering Earth’s atmosphere to offset rising temperatures could be far more doable than you imagine, says David Keith. But is it a good idea?