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President Barack Obama said Monday that there's "no excuse" for the technical problems that have plagued the rollout of the Obamacare health insurance website, and promised all Americans would have access to health coverage under his law.
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Karmel Allison, who was standing behind President Barack Obama Monday during a speech in the Rose Garden, almost fainted during the president's remarks.
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Pogue isn't just a columnist, he's an industry. He's a regular on shows like "CBS Sunday Morning," writes tech manuals, hosts
TED Weekends
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgEveryone is in a hurry -- overbooked, overworked, and generally overwhelmed. With life churning forward at a pace that makes the "rat race" of the '50s feel like a Sunday picnic, is it any wonder we're hungry for new ways to work faster and more efficiently?
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2013-10-10-poguepoll.jpgNew York Times personal tech columnist David Pogue shares ten easy shortcuts that cut down on the time it takes to compose a text message, fill out an online form, and complete other everyday tasks.
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Brisbane also noted, however, that Pogue is a freelancer, so he's only held to those standards when working for the Times
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The Hartford Courant reported on Friday that the Pogues are going through a divorce, and got into an argument about custody
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David Pogue, the New York Times' star technology writer, and his wife Jenifer were arrested on Monday at their home in Westport
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I'm worried that my son will be exposed to more on the Internet than he needs to see, and I'm worried that technology will prevent him from fully experiencing life in the three dimensional world.
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If a radio show taping doesn't sound intriguing, you've never listened to Radiolab. What surprised me most was how scripted and thought-out the hosts' material was, yet they still coming across on the air as spontaneous and natural.
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As the intersection between media and politics has become clearer, so too has the blending of technology and culture. And Pogue's at the forefront of this movement.
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Instead of thinking about the latest version of the game-changing smartphone, I'm mourning the end of the era of the unlimited data plan.
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The iPad isn't hackable. It's not democratic. It's for dummies and cultural Pringles-eaters who just want to sit back and take in stuff, not for creators and innovators who want to change the world.
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Read more iPad reviews on the Huffington Post, including a guide to '13 Things You Need To Know About The iPad,' as well
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This week, I discovered something that's sort of shocking, when you think about it: Barnes & Noble has been claiming that
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New York Times tech columnist David Pogue sang a tribute to Steve Jobs at the Boston Book Festival: a parody of the Evita
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If you listen to Craig Newmark, the king of digital classifieds and the namesake of the now ubiquitous Craigslist -- the newspaper folks he's talked to don't blame him for the demise of the newspaper business. It's cool.
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For the last 15 years, Microsoft's master business plan seems to have been, "Wait until somebody else has a hit. Then copy