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DLD News

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Your Website Might Already Be Doomed

Jonathon Narvey

Sometime between updating your blog (in the spring) and when you logged into Facebook this morning, the most reliable rule of Web 2.0 got flipped. Very few noticed — but soon, we all will. "Don't ...

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Augmented Reality: Living in a Virtual World

Bríd-Áine Parnell

For some years now, all the technology sector has heard about is the (eventual) coming of virtual reality. Then, out of nowhere, the focus changed. It's not virtual reality that's on its way down ...

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After the Ashley Madison Hack, Can Online Encounters Stay the Course?

Rachel Solomon

The hack of infidelity website Ashley Madison was a shock on several levels. For starters, it was massive, seizing 300GB of data on the site's 37 million users. Secondly, it exposed Ashley Madison ...

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DLD London Breakfast: Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Serpentine Marathon series

Melissa von Faber-Castell

As a kick-off to the 10th edition of the Serpentine Marathon, DLD organized its annual London breakfast at the spectacular Zaha Hadid designed Magazine Restaurant. This year’s Marathon’s theme ...

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Internet Bullies: A Vocal Minority Who Need Silencing

Rachel Solomon

In today's highly interactive and public Internet space, all content and individuals — even the most benign — are growing increasingly vulnerable to online abuse, or "Internet shaming." Whether ...

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Chinese Startups: Playing Catch-up and Adapting

Amy He

China's tech scene is a relatively young one with enormous potential. The talent pool is deep, and in a country whose burgeoning middle class is almost as big as the entire U.S. population, ...

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Startup Nation vs. Scale Up Nation: The Quest for Israeli Unicorns

Rachel Solomon

Israel has experienced an interesting phenomenon in its ecosystem in the last few years: startups have begun scaling up, instead of selling out, in the hopes of becoming the next multinational ...

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Little Sun Charge's Kickstarter Connects the Global Village: An Interview with Olafur Eliasson

Jonathon Narvey

Power to the people. That's the promise of Olafur Eliasson's Little Sun Charge Kickstarter campaign, which has already more than tripled its funding goal of €50,000, with weeks left to go. The ...

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Wearables

17 million wearable devices were shipped to customers in 2014. But wearables are just a small part of a bigger phenomenon, the IoT business, machines connected and able to talk to other machines. ...

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Wearables for Payment

A workshop for understanding how a wearable is designed, what technology can we integrate into it, what are the most common features and how they work for the user. The dynamics of the session ...

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