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7 Productivity Apps You Can't Live Without


Whether you're an avid user of personal productivity apps already, or you're just downloading one for the first time, consider this refreshed list of options. 

Read MoreMay 22, 2015

Lily's 'Throw and Shoot' Selfie Drone Camera Will Follow and Film You


Many drones with cameras attached have taken off in tech in recent years but the new self-flying 'throw and shoot' product from Lily is looking to re-invent the idea. 

Read MoreMay 18, 2015

Humans Need Not Apply: Robots Are Coming


It has been about five years since the publication of my 2009 book The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future, which argued that we were on the brink of a revolution in robotics and artificial intelligence that would put millions of jobs at risk -- and quite possibly threaten our overall economic prosperity. Over the next few years, I followed up with a series of posts here at Huffington Post, warning of a future unemployment crisis, the potential automation of low-wage fast food jobs as well as the higher-skill white collar jobs sought by college graduates and the negative economic consequences of widespread automation.

Read MoreApr 27, 2015

Sources: Shyp Is Raising $50 Million At A $250 Million Valuation


TechCrunch is hearing from several sources that on-demand shipping startup Shyp is raising around $50 million at a valuation of $250 million.

Read MoreApr 03, 2015

Microsoft's Lumia Range Just Got Even Cheaper With The New $70 Lumia 430


Another day, another new “most affordable Lumia” from Microsoft. Or at least that’s how it seems. Months after outing the $81 Lumia 435 (and slightly more expensive $93 Lumia 532), Microsoft is back with another: the $70 Lumia 430.

Read MoreMar 19, 2015

Apple Watch Displays Your Digital World, at a Glance


When Apple unveiled its watch last fall, the company showed only demo models of the new device — polished prototypes of the hardware running nonworking loops of the software. On Monday, the company gave a closer look at the Apple Watch, including the working software. The company also said the device would start at $350 and, depending on the band and finish you chose, go into the thousands of dollars. I spent two long sessions with the watch in Apple’s demo room. Here are my first impressions.

Read MoreMar 13, 2015

Google Begins Rolling Out Panda 4.0 Now


Google’s Matt Cutts announced on Twitter that they have released version 4.0 of the Google Panda algorithm. Google’s Panda algorithm is designed to prevent sites with poor quality content from working their way into Google’s top search results. .parraf_panda{ margin: 0px 0px 10px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 15px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: 'Droid Sans', Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; line-height: 23px; float: left; clear: left; text-align: justify; color: rgb(0, 0, 0) !important; }  

Read MoreMay 20, 2014

Aging operating systems


Someone got a facelift - it's Windows 8. Microsoft has taken this pretty girl next door and turned her into a starlet. Upgrade your operating system for aggregated search results and enhanced integration with an online storage app called SkyDrive. All of those little flaws people noticed before have been transformed into a technological beauty.

Read MoreNov 19, 2013

Neurocam Scans Your Brain, Records Your Interests


It may look like the poor man’s Google Glass, but don’t let the iPhone-strapped-to-the-side-of-your-head thing fool you, Neurocam and its accompanying app may foretell the future of advertising. Demoed recently at the Human Sensing 2013 conference in Yokohama, Japan, the system includes a headband equipped to hold an iPhone next to the wearer’s temple. The phone is fitted with a special prism so the camera can record footage from the wearer’s point of view.

Read MoreNov 05, 2013