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Vail Resorts unveils ski slope geolocation system

As apps like Foursquare and Facebook Places permeate the mainstream, one ski resort operator is hoping that it can use similar tech to its advantage.

By August 30, 2010

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Episode 42: Torture testing the Samsung Galaxy S4

Always On heads to Vail, Colo., to test out wearable fitness trackers and the Galaxy S4 to see how they hold up to extreme environments and some rugged sports.

By June 18, 2013

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Episode 42: Torture testing the Samsung Galaxy S4

In this week's episode, we head to Vail, Colo., to test out wearable fitness trackers and the Galaxy S4, and see how they hold up to extreme environments and some rugged sports.

By June 20, 2013

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Windows Home Server beta unveiled

The beta of the next version of Windows Home Server, code-named Vail, offers four major changes and is available for free download.

By April 28, 2010

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Porsche's winter fantasy camp, Part 2

More on Porsche's Camp4 in Vail, Colo., and secrets to snowy winter driving.

By January 18, 2008

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Apple legal chief joins board of ski resort company

Apple's general counsel and senior vice president is now on the board of a company that manages ski resorts around the U.S.

By January 14, 2013

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Season 4 bloopers: Singing, dancing, and a fire hose

It's our end-of-season bloopers show, our favorite and yours! Check out the flubs, the little dances, the brand-new drinking games, and our jumping skills.

By July 16, 2013

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Always On Best of Season 4!

Molly and Jeff travel to the islands, the mountains, and even a simulated space destination, testing out top products and exploring the latest in future tech.

By July 9, 2013

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Next Windows Home Server adds Mac support

Among the features in the new test version are support for machines running Mac OS X Leopard or higher, remote Web access, support for add-ins, and alerts.

By August 16, 2010

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Windows Home Server to lose drive pooling

The next major version of Windows Home Server will arrive without a popular feature that let users pool together storage drives. The company says the decision was consumer-driven.

By November 24, 2010