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Stephanie Condon
I cover tech for , previously covered politics for . Stanford alum, Calif Bay Area native
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Stephanie Condon Jan 17
learning about all kinds of developments in wearables today
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ZDNet Jan 17
Fossil to sell smartwatch IP to Google for $40 million by
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ian bremmer Jan 16
At least the cat went for it.
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Jon Walker Jan 16
How are dems not rallying around the idea of ending the very idea of a government shutdowns forever? This stupid nonsense is poison to our economy and body politics.
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Mike Rosenberg Jan 13
Silicon Valley is a place with so much inequality where thousands of people sleep on the streets every night while someone rents a below-market studio for $1,500 a month to two cats
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Ron Wyden Jan 11
Lots of concern at the Oregon Brewers Guild’s meeting this week in PDX from , & & other craft brewers about the damage to their sales & jobs. End your shutdown &
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Christina Farr Jan 11
Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't holding back: "I believe, if you zoom out into the future, and you look back, and you ask the question, “What was Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind?” it will be about health."
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Stephanie Condon Jan 11
why feminists and roboticists alike have reason to be offended by this decision, via
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Stephanie Condon Jan 11
"nothing good will come out of this shutdown. May it be a cyber-attack that goes undetected or agencies losing cyber-security personnel leaving for the private sector, the ripple effects... will haunt agencies for months or years" by
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Dave Jamieson Jan 10
I just interviewed a guest services rep at the National Zoo. Shutdown's had him out of work since New Years. His D.C. rent is $800/month. He had to plead with his landlord to accept $400 for now. He works under contract, so backpay is unlikely. For him, this is... not a vacation.
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Brian Fung Jan 10
If a picture says a thousand words, the Instagram photos of these zero-dollar paychecks are going to hit like a college textbook
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ZDNet Jan 10
Can brands be trusted in the data age? via
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Derek Poore Jan 9
Video from the floor : As Sleep Number amasses biometric data, it works on customer trust via &
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Ed Burmila Jan 7
I know Twitter is limited to NYC/DC concerns but I can't emphasize enough that this is a *real map* of what El*n M*sk is proposing for Chicago and it literally runs parallel to a train that costs $2.25 and leaves every 7 minutes. I am not kidding, this is it. 1/3
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Sarah Frier Jan 8
New from me: When Samsung users try to delete Facebook from their phones, they're shocked to find that they can't. They can only "disable" it.
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Stephanie Condon Jan 8
Delta CEO Ed Bastian at -- predictive maintenance is helping Delta reduce flight cancellations. from an everyday occurrence, to 251 days with no cancellations in 2018
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ZDNet Jan 8
CES 2019: Boulder, Colo. tried to give away $100k for Lyft rides but found few takers by
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Larry Dignan Jan 8
I propose a new tech category. Faux 5G. CES 2019: Are these newly launched ‘5G’ services truly 5G wireless? via &
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ZDNet Jan 8
Intel unveils 10nm PC products for AI and 5G via
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