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Google’s Tying and Bundling

Google often argues that “competition is one click away” — as if Google’s many successes result solely from competition on the merits. Let me offer a different perspective: After early success in search and search advertising, Google used its strength… → Read More: Google’s Tying and Bundling

Google’s Tying and Bundling

Google often argues that “competition is one click away” — as if Google’s many successes result solely from competition on the merits. Let me offer a different perspective: After early success in search and search advertising, Google used its strength… → Read More: Google’s Tying and Bundling

AirAuth: Authentication through In-Air Gestures Instead of Passwords

At the CHI 2014 conference, we demonstrated a new prototype authentication system, AirAuth, that explores the use of in-air gestures for authentication purposes as an alternative to password-based entry. Previous work has shown that passwords or PINs as an authentication mechanism have usability issues that ultimately lead to a compromise in security. For instance, as […] → Read More: AirAuth: Authentication through In-Air Gestures Instead of Passwords

Avidbots Wants to Automate Commercial Cleaning With Robots

Vacuuming is one of the few markets where robots have proven that they can be consistently commercially successful. There’s a good reason for this: vacuuming is a repetitive, time-intensive task that has to be performed over and over again in environm… → Read More: Avidbots Wants to Automate Commercial Cleaning With Robots

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