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Super-Triggers and a New Age of Interconnectivity

Consumer tech is largely based on triggers. When you click on this link it leads somewhere. Why? Because of a trigger, a binary, yes-no event that—like a nudge to a …

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End-to-End: Amazon’s Move Into Publishing

Over the past few years, Amazon has rapidly grown to become the biggest book distributor in the U.S. book business. It is predicted that before the end of 2012, Amazon …

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Supreme Court To Decide 1984-esque GPS Tracking Case

When technology advances, the law often struggles to keep up. In 1983, the Supreme Court ruled in U.S. v. Knotts that “A person traveling in an automobile on public thoroughfares …

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The Debate Over Net Neutrality

This article is the first in a series based on a collaboration between the Harvard College Tech Review and the Harvard Political Review. We are both committed to the highest …

Advancements in Cyber Attacks May Threaten Security of All

The Duqu worm, recently discovered in Iran and reported to resemble last year’s Stuxnet attack, which exploded Iranian nuclear facilities, may be a brilliant tactical move by the United States …

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Check In at Harvard

Co-authored by Jason Black and Dario Sava Unlike any other recruiting event on Harvard campus, the students definitely out-dressed the main recruiter. Mark Zuckerberg, sporting his usual grey, crew-neck shirt …

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YouTube+

I have thought since the launch of the Google+ project that its success rode on its ability to leverage the company’s YouTube product. A tremendous part of Facebook revolves around …

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Ask Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg returns to Harvard today for the first time since he left the university to build the world’s most popular social network. We will in Farkas Hall covering the …

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The Verge and the Future of Blogs

Most blogs are born in a scraggly, infantile state—they attempt to get their feet under themselves long enough to get up and running. Visually, they are generally linear and offer …

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Big Brother 2.0

Twenty-five years ago, instead of using smart phones Harvard students flipped through phone books and even mailed hand-written letters home.The federal statute that governs many issues relating to online privacy, …