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Google's Chrome OS is in the midst of its most significant growth spurt to date. While the platform is little by little expanding and becoming more versatile, the devices running the software are also improving in leaps and bounds. To wit: the new Asus Chromebook Flip. READ MORE
NASA scientists are working on a plane that would be deployed from a rover's landing system to fly across the Martian surface and take images of potential landing sites for future astronaut missions. READ MORE
Twitter, Google and Reddit have adopted new policies or introduced tools meant to reduce abuse on their sites, but the recent efforts simply aren't enough to combat the exploitation they've let fester for years. READ MORE
The hacker group GhostShell is back, claiming to have access to billions of accounts, trillions of records, hacking sites and dumping data to show that governments, educational institutions and other sites still have shoddy cybersecurity. READ MORE
Analyzing data is no longer the only use for a dashboard. From motivation to accountability to LCDs in the lobby, this whitepaper discusses the different ways organizations can utilize dashboards, allowing them to communicate and engage a wider audience. Learn More
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