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Latest update : 2011-07-12

#ASKOBAMA: The US President's first ever Twitter news conference

Barack Obama is turning to social media to boost his re-election campaign. The US president recently held a news conference on Twitter and earlier convened a 'town hall' on Facebook. Obama's engagement with social media offers more evidence of the medium's growing political importance.

By Eric Olander

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2016-11-25 technology

Escape from reality with the Hypersuit!

Can Big Data and powerful algorithms solve the growing problem of unemployment worldwide? We put that question to the VP of Predictive Analytics at Monster, a job search platform...

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2016-11-18 technology

Predictive medicine

In this week's special health edition of Tech 24, we take a look at predictive medicine, a promising new healthcare field that combines genetics and digital technology to...

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2016-11-11 technology

Tribe, don't text!

In this edition, we speak to Cyril Paglino, the founder of Tribe, a promising augmented messaging app. We ask him how he plans to succeed in an already crowded market. Plus, we...

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2016-10-28 technology

Anti-tech giants

Facebook, Google, Twitter and Apple - all these tech giants have become ubiquitous in our work and social lives. But some activists, like the NGO Framasoft, are trying to fight...

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2016-10-28 Barack Obama

'Tech-ing' up US politics

The 2016 US presidential election is the most technologically advanced in history, with Republicans using viral social media to push more people to vote and Democrats...

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