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Founded1996
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Julia Turne

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Jacob Weisberg

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Dan Check

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Laura Bennett

Laura Bennett

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Slate Market Registering a Strong Growth by 2028

Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the “ Slate Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013 - 2017 and Opportunity Assessment; 2018 - 2028 " report to their offering Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

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The 2-year-old Labrador retriever was matched with George H.W. Bush to provide support in his daily activities.

Pixel Slate Review: Gorgeous, flawed, and inexplicably priced

When I first tried the Pixel Slate back at Google’s October event, I left with a mixed first impression of the hardware. It was an undoubtedly gorgeous tablet, but why is it the same size as the Pixelbook? Why is there no headphone jack? Why does the keyboard cost $199 when the tablet starts at $ 59…

Google Pixel Slate Review: Android Apps On a Chrome Tablet

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Google Pixel Slate review: An expensive work in progress

The Pixel Slate is Google's more refined attempt yet at an all-in-one device for work and play. Unfortunately, it falls short in key areas.

Google Pixel Slate Review: A Bizarre View of Your Computing Future

Powered by both Chrome OS and Android, Google's answer to the iPad and Surface promises a computing future where anything is possible. And it sort of delivers.
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The Fake Washington Post Wasn’t Fake News

On Wednesday morning, a fake Washington Post ran a fake front page with a fake news story titled “Unpresidented: Ending Crisis, Trump Hastily Departs White House.” The fake Washington Post was printed on real paper and has a real fake–Washington Post website, My-washingtonpost.com, with the same fak…

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Wild and Precious Life

There was a time when I would copy out poems on fancy paper and send them back and forth to my friends in the mail, or put them up on the walls of my dorm room with gobs of Blu-Tack. I liked the poets that gave me that oceanic feeling—joyful poets, easy to meet halfway: Walt Whitman, Rumi, and lots …

Trump’s Star Wars Fantasy

As if we didn’t have enough problems, President Trump is now launching a new round of the nuclear arms race. That was the upshot of his speech at the Pentagon on Thursday, outlining a stepped-up missile defense program, described in an 80-page document called the “Missile Defense Review.” Missile de…

Student Debt Is Indeed Hurting Homeownership, Federal Reserve Study Finds

Student debt has obviously forced some number of young adults to either delay or give up on homeownership. But how many, exactly? A group of economists from the Federal Reserve Board have taken a stab at answering that question, and come up with a number that is noteworthy even if some might find it…

Why Did Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Take His Oath of Office on a Casual Stack of Nine Bibles?

Although the Constitution does not require it, the vast majority of elected officials in the United States place their hands on a Bible as they take the oath of office. This year’s congressional class made headlines with its unusually diverse selection of swearing-in materials, including a law book,…
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