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Why Broadcom Is Set to Explode in 2014

January 8, 2014
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Broadcom is working on expanding its chipsets in 4K ultra HDTVs as the technology seeks to become mainstream. The company is also working on expanding the wearable tech ecosystem as the market is set to explode in 2014, as well as hopping on the Internet of Things bandwagon. CEO Scott McGregor talks to TheStreet's Chric Ciaccia about what Broadcom is doing in these major areas

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The Social Media Gender Gap

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Realistic and Terrifying Robot Cat Can Run 16mph

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Buzz60 (Oct. 4, 2013) Boston Dynamics figured out the best way to get people to watch a video of its latest in robot technology, is to create a robot cat. Jen Markham explains why the cat is both realistic and terrifying.
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Chris Hadfield's Son Helps Create Viral Video About Life as an Astronaut

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Buzz60 (Oct. 31, 2013) Retired Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield isn't the only person in his family able to create a viral video; his son, Evan, created an amusing video about the everyday life of an astronaut, and it is racking up thousands of YouTube views. Jen Markham explains why the video was made to promote Chris Hadfield's new book.
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