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If you are considering travel outside of the United States, this may not be the best time. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is continuing to spread, despite the best efforts of the World Health Organization. More than 3,500 are confirmed as infected and more than 1,900 have died from the deadly disease. It is estimated that to control the epidemic, $600 million dollars will be needed. The virus has spread to Guinea...

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Sizing Up the Cloud's Risks

E-Commerce

Sizing Up the Cloud's Risks

The iCloud security issue that's been in the headlines all week should be a great big wake-up call to everyone. The cloud is coming; however, we are still in the very early days. Security threats keep...

Can LeapTV kids' console compete with Minecraft, Skylanders and tablets?

Technology

Can LeapTV kids' console compete with Minecraft, Skylanders and tablets?

LeapFrog has been making educational toys for children since 1995, but its latest product is its most ambitious – and riskiest – yet. LeapTV[1] is a games console aimed at 3-8 year...

China launches chopsticks that tell you if your food is safe to eat

Technology

China launches chopsticks that tell you if your food is safe to eat

Baidu's chief executive, Robin Li, at the company's technology innovation conference in Beijing. Photograph: Chinafotopress via Getty Images From recycled cooking oil to fox meat a...

Sony's SmartBand Talk combines fitness tracker with e-ink screen

Smartphones

Sony's SmartBand Talk combines fitness tracker with e-ink screen

Sony’s latest SmartBand Talk fitness tracker sports an e-ink display and can take and make phone calls from the wrist. The upgrade to the existing fitness tracking SmartBand monito...

Emergency services 'will have to be integrated', warns Theresa May

Smartphones

Emergency services 'will have to be integrated', warns Theresa May

Theresa May is to announce that she has set up a 'crime and policing knowledge hub' inside the Home Office. Photograph: Maciej Noskowski/Getty Images The need for further spending ...

Xactly Unlocks Storehouse of Insights

E-Commerce

Xactly Unlocks Storehouse of Insights

Following years of development, Xactly[1] has made Xactly Insights generally available. The product compiles the compensation data of all the companies that use Xactly's products, aggregates and anon...

Acceleprise, the enterprise accelerator, comes to San Francisco (exclusive)

Cloud

Acceleprise, the enterprise accelerator, comes to San Francisco (exclusive)

It took two years, but the Acceleprise[1] accelerator for enterprise startups in the District of Columbia has finally established a presence in the startup and investing haven of the Bay Area. An init...

From DJs to CEOs: the meteoric rise of Global #Webit Congress

Cloud

From DJs to CEOs: the meteoric rise of Global #Webit Congress

Global #Webit Congress[1], one of the more influential tech events on the global conference calendar, attracts over 10,000 attendees from more than 110 countries. It brings startups, corporations, ven...

Science Graphic of the Week: Inside a Lizard’s Regenerating Tail

Science

Science Graphic of the Week: Inside a Lizard’s Regenerating Tail

Stained cross sections of an anole’s regenerating tail. Dpa stands for days past autotomy. Hutchins et al./PLoS One> Anoles are curious little lizards capable of ditching their tails when they...

Regime Change: Steve Ballmer Has Finally Resigned From Microsoft’s Board

Business

Regime Change: Steve Ballmer Has Finally Resigned From Microsoft’s Board

WIRED When Steve Ballmer resigned as CEO of Microsoft last February, he didn’t leave the company entirely. The 58-year-old executive retained his seat on the Microsoft board. But now, after 34 y...

Tech talk: Bertie Watkins, director, CoLab Theatre

Technology

Tech talk: Bertie Watkins, director, CoLab Theatre

Bertie Watkins is founder and director of CoLab Theatre. Photograph: CoLab Hi Bertie, can you tell me a bit about CoLab Theatre?CoLab Theatre[1] is about building immersive theatre...

Microsoft faces monopoly investigation in China

Technology

Microsoft faces monopoly investigation in China

A Microsoft booth at a software expo in Beijing: officials have visited its offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu city. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters A Chinese inve...

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