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Cities may 6, 2016

Data-Centric Personalization Is Creating The Future Of Performance [PSFK 2016]

Gatorade and Smart Design will share how technology elevates performance at PSFK 2016

Technology march 11, 2014

Why Cloud Browsers Could Be The Solution To Secure Online Transactions

Secure virtual platforms provide businesses and individuals with limited private browsing.

Retail august 30, 2013

Automated Free Sample Kiosks Track Who Takes The Product

Freeosk is an automated machine that does away with in-person interactions, allowing people to receive products by swiping a loyalty card.

Innovation july 14, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From getting fit on Facebook to ultrasound pills that eliminate the need for shots, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Advertising july 15, 2011

PSFK Exclusive: Details On The Jawbone Up

Additional exclusive details on a new personal data tracking device from Jawbone that just premiered at the TED Global conference.

Advertising april 14, 2011

frog design: Why Does Data Tracking Bother Us?

Whenever the topic of personal data tracking comes up, there seem to be two distinct sides in the debate: the "outraged" camp and the "who cares?" camp.

Cities january 20, 2011

How San Francisco Used City Data to Save $1 Million on Street Cleaning

Code for America, who connects city governments and web developers, releases some data on what it's learning as it leverages technology to achieve more impact with less money.

Advertising october 6, 2010

frog design: Whose Data Is It?

The question of who owns personal data just doesn't seem to go away. It seems to ebb and flow, most recently with the ability to collect data from devices within a Personal Area Network (PAN) or Wireless PAN (WPAN).

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