Company drops California proposal to build solar tower using technology that can burn up birds
Ice cream and fast food chain Dairy Queen says customer card data hacked at 395 stores
Apple expected to unveil its attempt to boost slumping iPad sales at Oct. 16 event
Amazon to open in New York its first physical store, according to WSJ report
Polish town to have monument honoring Wikipedia
Worldwide PC shipments dip again in 3rd quarter, but sales are rising in US, Europe
Sen. Ron Wyden wants widespread surveillance of emails, phone data halted; says hurts economy
New HealthCare.gov website shows improvement, but at least 1 goof and a new challenge
Design flaw led European navigation satellites into wrong orbits, inquiry finds
A Closer Look: Maps now offer offline use, PC syncing and other features beyond basic driving
Does your new iPhone 6 have you pulling your hair out, but not on purpose? You're not alone. Customers are taking to social media to voice their concerns over a possible design flaw.
All geeks to him: Walter Isaacson's new book, "The Innovators," offers history of digital age
Hackers are taking aim at unsuspecting consumers' USB devices. Data Doctors' Ken Colburn explains how to keep your computer safe.
Improvements, challenges and at least 1 goof as next edition of HealthCare.gov is unveiled
Wiring nerves to prosthetic recreates sense of touch, step toward artificial hand that feels
Tesla effect: Nevada demographer raises population forecast to account for gigafactory
Ex-campaign manager who stole Gov. Susana Martinez's email to serve 9 months in federal prison
High tides are getting higher, and tidal flooding is only going to get worse over the years, including in the D.C. area. That's what a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists says.
LoveAnimals.org taps power of small donations to give a big boost to nonprofit animal projects
Hacking attacks pose danger of big financial losses for small businesses
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