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Integrian wants its mobile digital video platform tool used to upgrade traditional security and surveillance tapes. Plus, elderly business models are reconsidered and other alarm:clock news from the land of private venture funding.
If the company’s history is any indication, the answer is yes. But doing so would be a mistake, again. Here’s why.
New studies have found that video games may become a powerful learning tool for students. The biggest hurdle: training teachers how to play.
It will be if XM Radio Chairman Gary Parsons has his way. But it’s a long way to the top if they want to get mobile with their rock and roll.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs–and what they mean
Sims creator Will Wright faces his next challenge: everything.
U.S. armed forces and civilian workers are setting the pace with their use of chip cards – a technology that’s going to get a lot more use throughout the government thanks to a new federal mandate.
Andrew Madden, a former Red Herring editor, launches his alarm:clock column, covering the business of technology startups. This week: Dilithium Networks.
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