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Past articles by Stacey:

Your Biggest Potential Data Leak Isn't Your Nest, It's Your ISP

the Internet of things is the latest scapegoat for security and privacy problems, but don't forget about your Internet Service Provider. → Read More

Elon Musk, Amazon Create Artificial Intelligence Research Center

Launches a non-profit called Open AI to keep humanity safe. → Read More

Why Memory and Mimicry Are The Next Big Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence

Big name investors and companies are investing in the bleeding edge of artificial intelligence. → Read More

Qualcomm Struggles in China, But Sees Opportunity Ahead

Qualcomm said Wednesday that its revenue and profits fell in both the fourth quarter and the year as it struggled to get Chinese customers to pay for licenses. The company also returned $14.1 billi... → Read More

Google's New AI Will Reply to Your Emails so You Don't Have to

Google's new Smart Reply tool will launch later this week. → Read More

Smart buildings are boring, but these startups aren’t

Both startups and big companies are bringing connected sensors and data analytics into commercial offices. → Read More

This startup wants to bring the Internet of things to the enterprise

Helium wants to bring the Internet of things to the enterprise with a proprietary network. → Read More

Bankrupt Wink keeps adding partners

Despite filing for bankruptcy, Wink adds Canary (an all-in-one home security system) as a new partner. → Read More

Intel buys Saffron AI because it can't afford to miss the next big thing in tech again

Intel is buying Saffron AI, a startup in Cary, North Carolina that makes a cognitive computing platform that is reminiscent of IBM’s Watson technology. The chip giant announced the deal Monda... → Read More

What all executives need to know about the Internet of things

PTC's CEO has some advice about how to adapt to the Internet of things. → Read More

Inside the F1 Race 's data center

During a wet F1 race in Austin, head inside for a data center tour. → Read More

Dell and Intel's Internet of things effort will connect the hard stuff

You think the smart home is a mess? Try connecting oil wells or factories. → Read More

Michael Dell takes a dig at Microsoft's Surface (right in front of Satya!)

The CEO of Dell criticized the price of the Microsoft tablet computer during an interview with Microsoft's CEO at Dell World. → Read More

A goat-loving startup in Austin is shepherding talent with great culture

Austin-based software maker Square Root is growing the herd and taking over the neighborhood. → Read More

Michael Dell dishes on Meg Whitman, the PC biz, and on EMC

Michael Dell talks about the EMC deal, the PC business and competing with customers at Dell World. → Read More

Report: SanDisk in acquisition talks with Western Digital

In a deal that shows the value of vertical integration, Bloomberg reports that the acquisition talks between Flash memory maker SanDisk and storage device company Western Digital have accelerated o... → Read More

Comcast charging Atlanta customers $35 surcharge for unlimited cable broadband

Comcast has extended its plans to charge customers a fee for “unlimited data plans” after they hit a 300 GB per month cap. The nation’s largest broadband provider is taking its w... → Read More

Apple HomeKit is not awesome just yet

The world has been waiting for Apple's HomeKit home automation platform for a year and half. It should keep waiting. → Read More

The Army built a Wi-Fi "gun" that shoots drones from the sky

Looks like the U.S. armed forces have a few makers in their barracks who love playing with Raspberry Pis and soldering guns. The ​Army Cyber Institute at West Point ​has shown off a device the ... → Read More

The Army built a Wi-Fi "gun" that shoots drones from the sky

This $150 device built by the U.S. army as a lark could shoot drones from sky using a computer and Wi-Fi. → Read More