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An inside view from Y Combinator's exclusive Demo Days

Mar 24, 2015
Investor Erik Moore has watched two days of pitches a select group of start-ups
Posted In: start-ups, venture capitalists, Silicon Valley
Facebook is looking to get more involved in suicide prevention.

All the news that's fit to print...on Facebook

Mar 24, 2015
A group of news organizations may soon be publishing content directly to Facebook.
Posted In: Facebook, New York Times, New York Times Company

Your yard is getting smarter, too

Mar 24, 2015
The internet of things is coming to your front lawn...literally.
Posted In: internet of things, lawns, gardening

What a school science project looks like in 2015

Mar 23, 2015
Paper mache volcanoes, no more.
Posted In: science fair, Science, STEM

Does net neutrality have a loophole?

Mar 20, 2015
Cable companies seek different avenues around new FCC ruling.
Posted In: net neutrality, fcc, Internet
Netflix streams on a laptop and cellphone. The vide- streaming service is responsible for 35 percent of bandwidth usage in North America, according to a recent study.

Marketplace asks: Have you cut the cord?

Mar 20, 2015
Marketplace wants to know how you consume media.
Posted In: tv, netflix, cord cutting, television, streaming

Silicon Tally: Where's my tax refund?

Mar 20, 2015
How well have you kept up with the week in tech news?

Astro Teller talks about making room for failure

Mar 19, 2015
...and the moonshot that could unlock other moonshots.
Posted In: astro teller, Google X, Google

Yik Yak, privacy settings and the anonymous economy

Mar 18, 2015
Data protection is popular at SXSW, but opting out might be a false promise.
Posted In: anonymous, college, data privacy
The Department of State needs more copy machines to respond to the backlog of requests from reporters.

Oh, for the want of a decent copier

Mar 18, 2015
The State Department needs more copy machines to clear up this backlog.
Posted In: FOIA, journalism, state department

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