This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Apple announced last week that a small percentage of the iPhone 5 devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013 have defective batteries.
In Ferguson fallout, calls grow for police to wear 'body cameras' _ but with caveats
Lawsuits filed challenging stricter FAA rules for model aircraft, commercial drone operations
Homeland Security warns retailers about hacking software, estimates 1,000 businesses affected
Beloit College has released its annual Mindset List, which looks at the cultural touchstones that shape the worldview of students entering college.
US safety agency closes probe into Toyota Camry Hybrid brake problems
Students at North Carolina State University have come up with a way for women to defend themselves from date rape and it involves nail polish.
When do airline passengers have the right to recline? After a mid-air fight broke out because of a device invented by a D.C. resident, an airlines expert touches on passengers' rights and gives etiquette pointers.
Gadget Watch: Hot or not? The new thermal camera back for the iPhone gives a definite answer
Oregon sues Oracle over state's troubled Cover Oregon health insurance exchange website
Philippines arrests suspected extortionists, says they lured people to expose selves online
Citrus in crisis: A state fights back against the bug that threatens its economy, identity
Fitbit: We don't sell personal data to advertisers and never have
Tech Tips: Sprint's new plans offer savings, though advantages shrink for families with kids
It will take some time, but they might be on the way.
Twitter is using an anticipated TV comedy, "Selfie," to offer exclusive content, depending on the hashtag.
Questions and answers about the care and recovery of 2 American Ebola patients
Fashion designers, meet Intel: fitness technology going luxury in a marriage of 2 worlds
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