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Intimacy 2.0 dress plays high-tech peek-a-boo

The Intimacy 2.0 dress uses smart e-foil technology to change transparency based on the wearer's heart rate. If you got it, it will help you flaunt it.

By November 1, 2011

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Macy's fleece with video display turns you into a player

New men's holiday sweater by Puff Daddy's design company embeds an OLED display on the left arm. Add reindeers and snowmen to this thing and you're really getting festive.

By December 5, 2012

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TechnoSensual expo tries on far-out future fashion

Think you have the moxie to pull off a dress with 62 embedded flashing LED lights? Take a look at the some of the hottest haute tech couture of tomorrow.

By July 13, 2012

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Digital dawn: open online learning is just beginning

Universities are traditionally seen as exclusive institutions for the few, not the many. But that is changing, as a new wave of online courses throws open the doors of academia to all.

By July 5, 2012

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How MySpace can beat Facebook in 2010

Facebook may have purloined MySpace's mojo and run off cackling into the night, but some experts believe the musical social-networking site can still duff its rival up good and proper

By November 27, 2009

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TEDGlobal: Connected consequences

One of the main themes at TEDGlobal this year was a lively debate between optimistic and pessimistic voices on the social potential (or doom) of the web. This outlook was somewhat more somber than I expected at a TED conference, perhaps - as some attendee

By July 25, 2009

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Web 2.0 = prostituting social interaction for fun and profit?

Is there really more to Facebook than a way to profit from my personal interactions?

By November 7, 2007

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Will open source become bloated and decrepit?

It's worth keeping in mind that success may, if we're not careful, lead open source to emulate the excesses of its proprietary cousins.

By October 3, 2007

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Social-media pros: We're just getting started

Social-media sites like Digg, StumbeUpon and NetVibes represent the future of news distribution, say company founders.

By September 26, 2007