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Microsoft's move to openness

Mar 27, 2014
In the battle between open and closed systems in tech, the open ones win market share.
Posted In: Microsoft, iPad, apple
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No VR headset needed: This week's Silicon Tally

Mar 27, 2014
Our regular quiz looking back at the week's tech news.
Posted In: silicon tally, Tech, quiz, social media
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The online life of a teenager

Mar 27, 2014
Are teens any worse at being plugged in all the time than adults?
Posted In: social media, teenagers
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Sick of the commute, Santa Cruz tries own tech hub

Mar 27, 2014
20,000 tech workers commute daily from Santa Cruz to Silicon Valley
Posted In: Santa Cruz, Silicon Valley, Traffic, commute
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Does Office for iPad say something new about Microsoft?

Mar 27, 2014
Microsoft has resisted making Office available on iPad for a long time.
Posted In: Microsoft, iPad, office, Surface
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Facebook buys Oculus for $2 billion

Mar 26, 2014
Facebook's latest acquisition and the future of virtual reality.
Posted In: Occulus, virtual reality, motion sickness
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The sweet smell of King Digital's Candy Crush success

Mar 26, 2014
As King Digital tries to raise about $500 million in IPO, we look at the company's strategy
Posted In: Candy Crush, IPO
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Robo... traffic cop?

Mar 26, 2014
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, two large robots have been installed to control traffic
Posted In: robots
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Bringing more women into the startup ecosystem

Mar 25, 2014
The most recent class of Y Combinator participants is 24% women
Posted In: women, equality, gender, gender gap
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Interview with Box CEO Aaron Levie

Mar 25, 2014
CEO Aaron Levie and his company Box hope to raise $250 million in an IPO.
Posted In: dropbox, Box, cloud computing

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