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62 Digital Resources You May Have Missed

Wow, is the week over already? It seems like only yesterday we were upgrading our iPhone software to iOS 6. Perhaps you skipped the update altogether, and decided to camp out and get yourself a shiny new iPhone 5. Or maybe you just spent the week playing video games in your underwear, and watching reruns […]

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MakerBot CEO: no new hardware at CES

MakerBot CEO Jenny LawtonJenny Lawton took a somewhat circuitous route to the helm of 3D printing leader MakerBot. Before joining the company as “Head of People” in 2011, Lawton spent ten years in retail, running her own bookstore in Greenwich, Connecticut. And though physical book selling might appear the polar opposite of 3D printing, which […]

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A Shift in Dating App Technology Protects User Privacy

Privacy is a slippery slope — the more we engage with and utilize the technology at hand, the more we compromise our privacy. The dating app SinglesAroundMe offers an answer to concerns about GPS location and user privacy with their new feature, Position-Shift. Position-Shift allows the user to decide how others view their current location […]

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How Big Data Can Make Us Happier and Healthier

John C. Havens is the founder of The H(app)athon Project and author of the upcoming book H(app)y — The Value of Well Being in a Digital Economy (Tarcher/Penguin, 2014). He can be reached @johnchavens. Big data is getting personal. People around the globe are monitoring everything from their health, sleep patterns, sex and even toilet […]

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Mashable Weekend Recap: 67 Stories You Might Have Missed

The fallout from Apple’s Maps debacle was among the top headlines this past weekend. Mashable brought you those stories, as well as other tech and social media news while you were out of the office. Our staff kept tabs on all the latest happenings, so don’t worry if you missed a few articles. Check out […]

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Does Microsoft Help the NSA Hack Your Computer?

Earlier this month, a Bloomberg News investigative piece revealed that Microsoft, anti-virus software maker McAfee and numerous other American technology firms shared advance information about vulnerabilities in their software with the U.S. government. Such knowledge, Bloomberg reported, could be weaponized, giving the United States a tool to break into the computer systems of adversaries — […]

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The Digerati: 7 Profiles of Successful Entrepreneurs

In the Day in the Life Series, Mashable hand-picked seven successful tech entrepreneurs to follow for a day. We wanted to know what their routine is like, what they eat for lunch, how much time they spend in meetings, who they seek out for advice and what keeps them going day after day on little […]

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