Google Buys Apple, Smart Hacker Probably Makes Millions

Did you hear Google was buying Apple for only $9B? The story may have been fake, but the stock impact was real.

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The Mask That Displays Your Emotions In Real Time

Rather than wearing your emotions on your sleeve, a new product called the Hyperface lets you wear them on your face.

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Writer Of Str@nge% Password Guidelines Finally Admits He Was ...

If you ever wanted someone to blame for having to change your password every 90 days – last week the world found out who that person is.

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How To Separate Macro Trends From Micro Trends

The team at WGSN produces some great trend insights primarily in for the fashion sector and recently launched their “Anatomy of a Trend” white paper which is worth a download.

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What If Smart Home Devices Sold What They Know About You?

What if your smart robot vacuum cleaner created a shareable map of your home in the process of cleaning it?

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6 Shifts In How Data Is Transforming Healthcare

The new PSFK Future of Health report is out and a central theme is that data is driving personalization of diagnosis, treatment and overall clinical intelligence.

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Tinder’s Redesign Prioritizes Your Looks and Profile P ...

Tinder’s latest redesign prioritizes the images you upload. While it may seem shallow, this is not really that much different than how you might judge the dating potential of someone you see across a room.

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15 Non-Obvious Business Trends Shaping 2017 (Retail, Consume ...

Are you a member of the media? Visit our media kit to download a trend summary and more information about requesting an interview with Rohit >> This week I launched the seventh edition of my annual trend report featuring all of my research from throughout the year on trends. Many of you have already picked

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Apple’s Slow Decline, Cancer Innovations and Immersive ...

As news coverage this week approached frenzied levels in an attempt to report on insignificance in the form of “news” from the US presidential election and Apple’s press event – there were many other stories that were easy to overlook.  My choices for the most non-obvious stories this week range from two different stories about

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