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Many entrepreneurs foresee vast profits in mining data from online activity and mobile devices. One Wharton business school professor strongly disagrees.
The Minerva Project aims to create a high-status online university. Instead, it may be the sign of a venture-capital bubble in online education.
A growing body of translation tools makes communication among global workers smoother.
Installing “smart meters” and upgrading utility networks will force electricity providers to process far more information than they’re accustomed to handling.
For people who can’t afford a bank account, there’s a prepaid card called Green Dot.
The company and its rivals have important differences when it comes to protecting personal information, says its chief privacy officer.
Highly efficient use of technology from Lagos to Nairobi reveals a less-is-more aesthetic.
Beyond spam filtering, tools emerge to cope with e-mail overload.
Steven Levy’s new book on Google sticks close to the legend, but offers some fascinating inside detail.
The hotel chain expects to expand the efficiencies enabled by 3-D design software.