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The Orphe shoe, developed by No New Folk Studio Inc. is a Orphe is a smart-shoes system that uses motion sensors and LEDs to enable new forms of expression.
 
  Flying cars, tracking chips: The near future, from SXSW  
  What we learned about the future, and what didn't show up in the present, at SXSW in Austin.  
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  REDWOOD SHORES, CA - JUNE 19:  The Oracle logo is displayed in front of the Oracle headquarters on June 19, 2014 in Redwood Shores, California.  Oracle will report fourth quarter earnings today after the closing bell.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty   Tech Five: Earnings fuel Oracle lift, ding Adobe
Both software giants reported quarterly earnings Tuesday.
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    Microsoft: Windows 10 will come out this summer
A summer launch would put it smack in the middle of back-to-school shopping.
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  Napster made illegally downloading and sharing music easy.  In 2001 in San Francisco an appeals court ruled that Napster likely violated copyright law by allowing Internet users to swap music files.   Internet Explorer joins 10 past tech crazes
Remember these products that at one time defined our tech interactions?
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  The computing platform Drive PX for cars.   Nvidia's self-driving platform available in May
Company introduced technology during CES in January.
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  Joshua Mitchell, founder and CEO of jeniusLogic, attended SXSW in Austin. He says being a black tech entrepreneur is   As techies meet, hope and frustration on racial gap
Lack of racial diversity in the tech sector has become a growing theme at SXSW.
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  Randy Komisar, a senior investing partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.   Komisar didn't mean to give Ellen Pao romantic poetry
A Kleiner partner gives a different version of a story about a book and a dinner invitation.
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  The Microsoft Visitor Center in Redmond, Wash.   Microsoft sends IE to tech's scrapheap
Microsoft will replace IE with one built for the new era of mobile devices.
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    Facebook debuts Messenger pay
Facebook enters mobile payments space in Messenger
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  Actress Jessica Alba, founder of The Honest Co., during SXSW panel   5 more things we learned at SXSW
Stories and buzz picked up by our reporters at the tech-entertainment conference.
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A man plays with fireworks during the Wednesday Feast, an ancient festival of fire, on March 17 in Tehran, Iran.

A man plays with fireworks during the Wednesday Feast, an ancient festival of fire, on March 17 in Tehran, Iran.
 
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