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Filip’s Wearable Phone for Kids Gets New Design, New VP of Engineering 09/12/14 New York
OnKol Wants to Help Grandma Join the Internet of Things Movement 09/10/14 Wisconsin
Data Meets Federer: How IBM and the US Open Mesh Tennis & Tech 08/27/14 New York
Weddington Way’s Ambition: Become the Amazon of Nuptials 08/26/14 National
Video Chatting and Watching Gets a Social Makeover from Rabbit 08/25/14 New York
Carless in Cambridge: Bike & Car Sharing and the Future of Traffic 08/15/14 National
CellBreaker Kills Termination Fees in Wireless Contracts (and More) 08/13/14 Raleigh Durham
Linda Stone’s Antidote to Quantified Self: The Essential Self 08/08/14 National
How Cotton Bureau Became the Internet’s Coolest T-Shirt Store 08/04/14 National
Global Warming and the Power of Fear to Drive Innovation 08/01/14 National
Dave Eggers’s “The Circle” Fails as Satire, Succeeds as Prophecy 07/25/14 National
Wide Open Spaces Creates Online Community for Anglers & Hunters 07/24/14 Texas
There Was Life Before Smartphones, But Who Can Remember It? 07/18/14 National
Boston Vs. San Francisco: Two Cultures of Innovation 07/11/14 National
Road Test: Ministry of Supply’s High-Tech Shirts Hold Up In the Heat 07/10/14 Boston
Udacity’s Nanodegrees: Edtech’s Challenge To College Credentials? 07/02/14 San Francisco
CE Week Takeaway: Device Makers Want to “Connect All the Things” 06/30/14 New York
Five Annoying Tech Problems for the Next Hot Startup to Solve 06/27/14 National
Don’t Want Google in Your House? Some Home-Tech Startups to Watch 06/25/14 National
Connected Devices and the Internet of Things Knocking at Your Door 06/23/14 New York
Pogoplug: One Service to Back Up All Your Devices 06/20/14 National
Spire Takes Wearables Beyond Steps, Measuring Breaths to Track Mood 06/17/14 San Francisco
The Future of Work, Plus or Minus E-mail 06/16/14 San Francisco
How I Conquered My Reading List Using Pocket 06/13/14 National
If Tesla Made Bike Lights, They’d Look Like This; The Story of Sparse 06/06/14 National
Too Busy to Shop? Le Tote, Stitch Fix Help Fill Out Your Wardrobe 06/04/14 San Francisco
Startups and “The Future of Informing”: Q&A with Matter’s Corey Ford 05/30/14 National
Cord Cutting: How to Get High-Speed Internet Service Without Cable 05/23/14 National
Milwaukee-based SpotHopper Wants to Be Pandora For Watering Holes 05/21/14 Wisconsin
Drawing Water from Thin Air & Peloton Bikes Stream Video Spin Classes 05/19/14 New York
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