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What Our Google Searches Reveal About the Future

2014’s most popular search queries say a lot about us and where we’re heading.

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Bitcoin is Going Mainstream in 2015

Microsoft is now accepting the world’s most controversial currency.

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Can Intel Save Google Glass?

Amid reports Google will discontinue the wearable, Intel steps in to lend a helping hand.

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Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: Which is Better?

The holiday shopping season has officially begun! Will you be waiting in line or going online?

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What Role Will Robots Play in Our Future?

Google just rented a NASA airbase so they so they can work on robots — why?

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Chromecast Gets Family-Friendly Games in Time for the Holidays

Just in time for the holidays, Google has launched an update to the Chromecast that introduces an assortment of multiplayer games and some new show channels. The new features position the Chromecast as a stronger console alternative. Though it seems to be easing its way in, it could be only be a matter of time before […]

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5 Must-Read Articles About the Most Valuable Technology Brands

The best stories from this week!

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How Nest Labs Plans to Bring Home Automation to the Masses

“OK Google, I’m home.”

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Could Nanoparticles in Your Blood Predict Diseases? Google[x] Wants to Find Out

#160935994 / gettyimages.com Remember the campy 80s movie Innerspace? Dennis Quaid gets miniaturized in a submersible pod and injected into Martin Short’s body. Flying/submarining around in Short’s body, Quaid must attempt to return to normal size before his oxygen runs out. With futuristic technology, he is able to speak to Short through a device implanted […]

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3 Reasons Why Xiaomi is Now the World’s Third Biggest Smartphone Maker

Move over Samsung and Apple, there’s a new player in town.

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