1. The mobile workforce demands an end to endpoint security

    There are more mobile devices than humans on the planet, and Gartner predicts that mobile devices will soon surpass PCs as the most common method to access the web. They have become an accepted form of an “endpoint.”

    By Suresh Balasubramanian , written on

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  2. From coding to the catwalk: This high fashion model has a secret double life

    Lyndsey Scott in the 2009 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

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  3. iCitizen: An app trying to bolster civic participation

    New Yorkers have a new and progressive -- some would say "lefty" -- mayor, Bill de Blasio. The more politically savvy among us (a small group) will stay up to date on what our city government is doing, beyond banning Central Park's iconic horse-drawn carriages. The rest of us will tune out until the next election. That's a shame, because greater civic participation would benefit us all.

    By Cale Guthrie Weissman , written on

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  4. Integral Ad Science raises $30 million for ad policing

    If I learned anything about adtech last year, it's that ad viewability is a big business. That much became very clear when comScore, a billion-dollar publicly traded company, sued three startups over its ad verification patents.

    By Erin Griffith , written on

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  5. Uber driver hits, kills six-year-old girl. Is "Not our problem" still an appropriate response?

    On New Year's Eve, a few hours before the city's festivities kicked into gear, an Uber driver hit three pedestrians, killing one of them. Six-year-old San Francisco resident Sophia Liu died after being transported to San Francisco General Hospital.

    By Carmel DeAmicis , written on

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  6. Buy tickets for PandoMonthly with Pandora's Tom Conrad and Tim Westergren!

    Sure, Spotify is worth billions on paper. But only one online music company has successfully avoiding the online music graveyard of the last decade-plus and made it out to the public markets as a multi-billion dollar company: Pandora.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

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  7. Some say tech journalism is too positive. Others say it's too negative. So which is it?

    There's a pretty ridiculous false binary playing out in tech journalism circles today between those who think that the technology industry is a joke and those who improbably think that most things that come out of Silicon Valley are "amazing."

    By David Holmes , written on

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  8. With $130M of bitcoin wealth and plans to sell, the FBI could rattle the virtual currency cage

    Like any marketplace, the value of bitcoin is driven in large part by supply and demand. New bitcoin is added to the system at a mathematically controlled rate, but buying and selling activity varies wildly with overall market sentiment, increasing global awareness, and external factors like changing governmental regulations. When there’s more buyers than sellers, the price goes up. The inverse, of course, is also true.

    By Michael Carney , written on

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