Encryption boom in Germany follows revelations of National Security Agency's spying abilities
Deal inked with World Trade Center Wi-Fi provider; commuters, visitors will get free service
The ultimate comeback: 40 years after resigning, Nixon lives! (At least on Twitter)
The true transformers: Cheap and fast robots can now assemble themselves from sheet of paper
Chesterfield County to provide laptops to all its middle school students
The fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri has inspired an online response fueled by the depictions of young African-Americans in the media.
A professor of psychology says our obsession with those computers in our pockets puts at risk for ankle sprains and getting hit by cars because our brains are too absorbed to keep us safe.
Pew study: Split views over whether robots will cause net gain or loss for jobs
Soaked for charity: Ice bucket challenges getting popular online as way to raise charity funds
Aspen Art Museum stands by exhibit featuring live tortoises, despite cruelty petition
Judge to review Facebook posts of teen who accused man of plying her with booze, raping her
Google revises Internet search formula to prod other websites to strengthen their security
Abandoned Sprint-T-Mobile deal may mean lower cellphone plan prices, but problems in long term
Cool summer raises expectations of record corn, soybean harvest; seed, GPS technology factors
Gap, Post Holdings, Lions Gate Entertainment, CBS, and Nvidia are big market movers
Murdoch's Fox, bruised after Time Warner bid, says it will not pursue content companies
Yelp CEO shares opinions on company's history with Google, technology industry's challenges
Drone safety research at central NY airport gets federal approval; will include Massachusetts
Bill Solms, CEO of Wave Systems
A new study shows people who regularly eat fish help build the part of the brain that controls memory and learning, and can add some protection from Alzheimer's disease.
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