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The city government will select local and international technology ventures to participate in its second acceleration scheme
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Spying on apps like WhatsApp using smartphone spyware would have gone too far, say Austrian politicians.
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Apple offers up some thoughts about usability and input controls in an augmented reality headset.
Millions of Excel spreadsheets are used in medicine, science, economics, and finance. Yet up to 90 percent have serious -- even life threatening -- errors. Here's what you need to know and how they could improve Excel.
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