Kate Davelaar

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Tim Cook on Wearables: “I Think the Wrist Is Interesting”

Apple has been rumored to be mulling a move into the wearable computing space for years now, most recently with the so-called iWatch. What does Apple …

Sheryl Sandberg Wants You to Trust Facebook More

One of the biggest user gripes about Facebook to date has been trust: No one wants to accidentally share an embarrassing picture with hundreds of …

Atheer Looks to Add Human Touch to Futuristic Wearable Computers

If you were hoping that Google Glass would be a passing fad, you might be disappointed to hear that it looks like the category of wearable facial …

Electric Cars, Wearable Computing and TV Disruption — 10 Things You Missed During the First Two Days of D11

Asa Mathat / D: All Things Digital<p>As always, <b>D11</b> is proving to be a diverse, star-studded tour through the “all things digital” that give this site …

Twitter explains how Ryan Gosling, Chris Hadfield and Dove went viral

How, exactly, do things go viral on Twitter? It's a question that thousands of self-styled social media mavens, gurus and ninjas claim to have the answer to, but Twitter itself should be much better placed to explain.<p>The bad news from the company's latest UK blog post: "There is no single magic …

Japan: Smartphone accidents spark safety warnings

<b>So many Japanese are falling off rail platforms or bumping into things while staring at smartphones that it's sparked safety campaigns, it seems.</b><p>The trend has even acquired a name "Aruki Sumaho" - or smartphone walking - and has reached such levels that phone companies have reportedly joined forces …

Egypt: Morsi supporters dig in for fight as authorities prepare to end protests

Supporters of Egypt's deposed president have dug in at their two Cairo sit-ins after security officials said police would besiege the protest camps within 24 hours - perhaps as early as Monday morning.<p>The development sets the stage for a confrontation between the military-backed government and the …