Tech at a glance

Kamil Chmielewski performs a weight-lifting exercise, as Adam Tilton tracks his actions using wearable sensors and a new program they developed at the startup Rithmio.

What's holding back wearable tech?

Jul 3, 2015
The tiny sensors inside wearable gadgets still have a lot of evolving to do.
Posted In: wearable tech, wearables, wearable

Silicon Tally: We go together like guac and peas

Jul 3, 2015
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Bitcoin offers no easy escape for Greece

Jul 2, 2015
Expecting Bitcoin to fix Greece is like trying to run Netflix on the Internet of 1995.
Posted In: Greece, bitcoin, greek bailout

We're so over you, millennials

Jul 1, 2015
Advertisers are flirting with centennials, the under-18 generation, on Snapchat.
Posted In: Snapchat, native ads, Millenials

Which music streaming service should you get?

Jun 30, 2015
Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora... they're similar, but have small and important differences.
Posted In: apple, music streaming, streaming

Video cameras spread to more workplaces

Jun 29, 2015
Industries are deploying devices for security and sometimes to monitor employees.
Posted In: body cameras, bodycams, cameras

Silicon Tally: A swift response to Swift

Jun 26, 2015
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Cities rethink their future by looking to the past

Jun 26, 2015
The first step is realizing your town may not be a Silicon Anything.
Posted In: Silicon Valley, cleveland, Detroit

Prisoners could be an untapped resource for startups

Jun 25, 2015
One former inmate uses coding to help those still in prison.
Posted In: prison, linkedin, jail

Connecting inmates with their children through books

Jun 24, 2015
The TeleStory program lets inmates read to their children through a video connection.
 
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