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Cool Tech - A few months back, I went to the Mets playoff game at CitiField.  Driving home at 12:30 am, I was exhausted, which led me to accidentally turn the wrong way on Amsterdam Avenue.  Clearly, my car (via GPS) knew that I had made a...
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Advice - These surprising statistics could influence how you manage your global team.In my role as co-founder and CEO at a company that helps businesses attract and retain remote talent in emerging markets, I often get asked about the...
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Tech - Anyone who works in social media will tell you that there is absolutely nothing more disappointing than a client who curtails his or her own success by deciding to stop investing in social media too soon.Professor Ted Huston...
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Design - You’ve probably heard from many a designer or good design-oriented blog that Photoshop is the only graphics program you’ll ever need. But while Photoshop unquestionably offers a lot, it’s definitely not the only software...
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#NYCTech -  The are times that everyone needs someone to talk to. Whether you need professional help or you feel like you are overburdening your friends, having a professional to help sort out your goals and how you want to progress in life is...
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Bitcoin - There have been a number of high-profile hacks recently, evidently demonstrating that hiding and using secrest on the Internet is still really difficult. From the $5 million in bitcoin lost at Bitstamp to the Sony hack, it is clear...
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Tech -  The Silicon Valley approach for building companies has become the main strategy taught at many business schools around the country. It goes like this: You create a prototype you can quickly test, preferably in the tech industry. You...
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Healthcare -  The Financial Times recently wrote a four-part series on “Robots: Friend or Foe?” The editors agree that the Robolution is now a matter of time, as we stand on the precipice of an automated world. While the cynics, and possibly...
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Tech -  Gun manufacturer Smith & Wesson is up almost 60 percent so far this year, but one strategist thinks that in the long run it could go the way of Blockbuster, thanks to 3-D printing."I feel like in the future Smith & Wesson...
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#NYCTech -  Before everyone had a phone you would make plans all together and try to make sure as many of your friends knew where the hangout spot was that day. Nowadays with our phones we are documenting every activity we take part in but we are...
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Cool Tech -  One Machine Does It All3D printers are the most powerful machines ever invented because they can make finished products, with all their parts, fully assembled. Driven by a digital blueprint, they build layer upon layer of fused...
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Tech -  Google remains the most attractive first job for U.S. computer science graduates for the seventh year in a row, a survey shows.The search giant held on its place at the top of the rankings compiled by Universum Global, a Swedish...
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Drones -  Clearly drones are flying into mainstream. There was a torrent of news stories last week surrounding the launch of the DJI Phantom 4, and several WSJ articles talked about how drone investments have not delivered to their full...
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#NYCTech - If you’ve ever seen those web apps that record how many letters you have typed on Facebook, you would know that you may have written the equivalent of a few books and have been paid zilch for it. But is being paid for typing on...
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Healthcare -  Smartphone-connected trash cans, water bottles, even egg trays: It's hard to tell if these products are real or jokes.Joanna Stern takes a look at the trend of making everything "smarter."
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Big Data - There has never been more data in the world than there is today. About 90 percent of it was created in the last two years alone, and another 2.5 quintillion bytes are added every day. And keeping that data accessible and searchable...