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- This Is What Happens When You Tweet While Watching TV
- The Argument for Making the Misuse of Your Personal Data a Felony
- AOL Co-founder Steve Case on the Decentralization of Innovation
- MIT Develops ‘SkyCall’ Drone to Guide People Around Campus
- We should criminalize data misuse, says Microsoft exec
- From a silk orb built by man and worms to a robot magician’s assistant: 5 cool things at MIT
- The upside of PRISM: At least we’re talking about data privacy — or the lack thereof
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- Steve Case: Silicon Valley has wrong mindset for next Internet revolution
- Akamai CEO: Solving Web’s challenges will require 18-hour workdays
- Fast forward to 1:25:30 Kara Miller, host of WGBH’s Innovation Hub, joined Jim And Margery in Studio Three to talk about MIT’s EmTech conference
- Google is readying second Google Glass version for 2014, will be ‘cool’
- The smartwatch won’t go mainstream without Apple
- Bush: Healthcare innovation must start off slow
- EmTech: Big data in health could endanger privacy
- Three lessons for healthcare startups from AOL vet Steve Case
- MIT Emtech Conference Puts Spotlight on Innovative, Young Entrepreneurs
- AOL Founder Case: Immigration Key to Innovation in US
- Microsoft’s Mundie: Data Collection Fuels Need for New Privacy Rules
- EmTech MIT: Big Data, emerging interfaces and digital currencies among hot topics
- EmTech MIT: Craig Mundie lays down the law on data privacy, cybersecurity
More on Qualcomm
- Qualcomm Neural Processing Units to mimic human brains for your phone
- Qualcomm Looks To Build Neuro-Inspired Chips
- Qualcomm Creates Chips that “Learn”
- Chips “Inspired” By The Brain Could Be Computing’s Next Big Thing
More on Google[x]
- Google is already working on a successor to Google Glass
- New Google Glass Planned For 2014 [Report]
- Google Glass 2 Might Be in the Works
- Google Glass 2 is already on its way
More on Bitcoin
- Famous economist Simon Johnson believes governments will try to suppress Bitcoin
- MIT Economist: Bitcoin Likely to Be Quashed
- Live From the EmTech Conference: A Glimpse at Three Fascinating Emerging Technologies
- Oceans at MIT goes to MIT Technology Review’s EmTech 2013 to discern the ocean’s role in the future of the global energy supply
- At MIT Conference, Warnings of Big Data Fundamentalism
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