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The new age of algorithms: How it affects the way we live
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The new age of algorithms: How it affects the way we live

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Dust off that app store!

Top 5 weather apps Top 10 fitness apps 10 weird iPhone attachments

Photos: (Top) Red Cross Website, NikePlus.org

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The Yahoo-Tumblr deal: A bold and risky purchase? and What does Yahoo want with Tumblr, anyway?  
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The Yahoo-Tumblr deal: A bold and risky purchase? and What does Yahoo want with Tumblr, anyway?  

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Where are the New Jobs? This week, a special series examines the fastest-growing fields in the U.S., developing trends that could help your career, and how to identify tomorrow’s hubs of innovation.

10 surprises about tomorrow’s job market
Four trends that could help your career in 2013
Where the next Silicon Valleys might be
Why sales is a hot new job
The newest app? Creating jobs.

Graphic by Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor

Where are the New Jobs? This week, a special series examines the fastest-growing fields in the U.S., developing trends that could help your career, and how to identify tomorrow’s hubs of innovation.

10 surprises about tomorrow’s job market

Four trends that could help your career in 2013

Where the next Silicon Valleys might be

Why sales is a hot new job

The newest app? Creating jobs.

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The Apple Store in Boston, Mass., Sept. 2011. Photo by: Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor  
Innovation and Tech: This week’s latest smart phone news
iPhone 6: Fingerprint sensor included?
Google ‘X-Phone’ ready to blossom this spring: reports
Facebook zooms past Google Maps to become the most used phone app in the US

The Apple Store in Boston, Mass., Sept. 2011. Photo by: Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor  

Innovation and Tech: This week’s latest smart phone news

iPhone 6: Fingerprint sensor included?

Google ‘X-Phone’ ready to blossom this spring: reports

Facebook zooms past Google Maps to become the most used phone app in the US

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Using technology super powers for good. We love this idea.

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Chasing supercells, interviewing a homeowner sucked off his front porch in an Oklahoma tornado outbreak, and examining the path of a destructive funnel, an expert expedition shows how science is close to decoding the way a tornado works.

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Thanks Joe Heller for this cartoon.

Thanks Joe Heller for this cartoon.

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"Do simple things well. It sounds easy, but it’s really hard. Get rid of dysfunctional politics. You can see how that has tormented large American companies, like the auto industry. Let outliers into your organization; welcome diversity. The fact is, Steve Jobs couldn’t get hired in most American companies, much less be the CEO. He couldn’t pass through the interview screens. Stay curious. Cultivate peripheral vision in your organization. Learn how to reframe your own offerings by looking both broadly and deeply across other industries. Recognize what you don’t know and find others who know more than you. Build a team at the top that has real power and talent. And don’t underestimate the power of strong cultural control. Find a way to create the old-fashioned unity of purpose."

- Stanford Professor Bob Sutton talks about the practical business lessons exuded by Apple and Steve Jobs. Excerpt from our recent cover story “The Apple Effect: How Steve Jobs & Co. won over the world.”

You can read the full story and our tribute to Steve Jobs.

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Steve Jobs with the Apple II in 1977 (AP/File) 
READ: The Apple Effect
GALLERY: How Apple won the world

Steve Jobs with the Apple II in 1977 (AP/File) 

READ: The Apple Effect

GALLERY: How Apple won the world