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Facebook’s power over our social lives comes with great responsibility.
A modified version of Android feeds data-snooping apps fake bookmarks and empty contact lists.
HP Labs says the best office social networks require no effort.
As petroleum production gets trickier, digital innovation becomes more crucial.
Companies already make billions because they know our online habits. What if we could take a cut?
Prototype software called Lifebrowser uses artificial intelligence to help you revisit important events, photos, and e-mails from your own life.
The data could lead to novel urban planning solutions that would work in sprawling cities everywhere.
A research project provides personalized directions that adapt to weather, traffic conditions, and your own driving habits.
One startup thinks it can help people find the balance between buying right away (and paying top dollar) and buying later (and possibly getting an outdated gadget).