Supreme Court Ruling on Cell Phone Privacy

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The Supreme Court is kind of a strange thing, when you stop to think about: 9 people in black robes deciding major aspects of how you live your life, using as a guide an almost Jesuitical reading of a document written over 200 years ago. The amazing thing is that it generally works, and for […]

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Mobile Tech, Sesame Street, and Interaction vs. Inaction

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“Sesame Street,” since its inception, has been plagued by the same internal, ontological contradictions that now face every designer of mobile education apps. Wait. I’m going to back up and explain the most ludicrous-sounding, pretentious sentence I’ve ever written – and there have been a lot – in a second. To be clear, like virtually […]

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Kill Switches Will Deter Smartphone Theft

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Smartphone theft has not gone away. We replace too many stolen smartphones at our ClickAway stores in the Bay Area. It happens in shopping malls, schools and colleges, sports clubs, restaurants, subways and more. We have supported legislation to demand that smartphone makers include a kill switch – requiring a password before a phone can […]

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How Chrono Is Using Tech to Help Smokers Quit

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You Start Smoking – How Wearable Tech Helps You Stop I started smoking pretty late in life, relative to when people usually start. I was 20 and, like so many other people, just idly picked it up. I didn’t really start smoking regularly for another year or two, and then was moderately heavy – rarely […]

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Ingestible Technology | ClickAway Blog

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In this blog, we talk a lot about ingestible technology that seems like absurd science fiction. Think of how many movies featured amazing tele-screens. They have communication devices where you could see someone on the other side of the planet (or galaxy, depending on the flick). Now think of how commonplace it is. We’ve become […]

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