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  • FCC head defends Internet neutrality rules on the road

    NEW YORK (AP) — The head of the Federal Communications Commission is taking the defense of new Internet regulations on the road. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Spain, FCC Chairman…

  • WIRELESS SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: Eyes on Apple, BlackBerry

    NEW YORK (AP) — As a major wireless show continues this week in Barcelona, Spain, Apple is highlighting the capabilities of its iPhone cameras with a gallery of photos taken by its users around the…

  • No more selfie sticks at the Smithsonian

    WASHINGTON — Sorry selfie stick fans visiting Smithsonian museums. You’ll just have to use your arm. Effective March 3, monopod selfie sticks are banned for safety reasons at museums and gardens. This is in addition…

  • The top 10 books on Apple’s iBooks-US

    iBook charts for week ending March 2, 2015: Top Paid Books 1. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins – 9780698185395 – (Penguin Publishing Group) 2. Fifty Shades Darker by E L James –…

  • The top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store

    App Store Official Charts for the week ending March 2, 2015: Top Paid iPhone Apps: 1. Facebook Messenger, Facebook, Inc. 2. Facebook, Facebook, Inc. 3. Instagram, Instagram, Inc. 4. YouTube, Google, Inc. 5. Snapchat, Snapchat,…

  • Clinton used personal email account as Secretary of State

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton used a personal email account during her time as secretary of state, rather than a government-issued email address, potentially hampering efforts to archive official government documents required by law.…

  • New Tinder app charges over-30 users more

    WASHINGTON — Looking for love in your 30s can cost a little more with a new version of a popular dating app. Tinder Plus, a premium version of Tinder’s mobile app, launched Monday, Tech Crunch reports,…

  • WIRELESS SHOW PHOTO GALLERY: Gadget fans in Barcelona

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Gadget lovers from around the world are in Barcelona to view the latest in handheld and wireless technology. Here’s a look at the event, where BlackBerry unveiled its new Leap, which…

  • Game Developers Conference offers creators a sporting chance

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With tens of millions of gamers now regularly spectating video games online and in real-world arenas, game developers looking to create the next “StarCraft” or “League of Legends” might learn a…

  • Automakers vow not to give up on weak-selling electrics

    GENEVA (AP) — Top automakers are vowing not to give up on weak-selling electric vehicles — even as they unveil an array of powerful luxury cars with conventional engines aimed at a growing global market.…

  • DNA study backs theory of massive steppe migration to Europe

    BERLIN (AP) — A wave of migrants from the eastern fringes of Europe some 4,500 years ago left their trace in the DNA — and possibly the languages — of modern Europeans, according to a…

  • Lawyer: Phone hacking ‘rife’ at Britain’s Mirror tabloids

    LONDON (AP) — A lawyer for phone-hacking victims says the illegal practice was “rife” at tabloids owned by Britain’s Trinity Mirror PLC. David Sherborne said Tuesday that the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and People tabloids…

  • Egypt unearths 3000-year-old tomb in southern city

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities says American archeologists have discovered a 3000-year-old tomb with beautifully painted walls belonging to a nobleman who guarded the temple of the ancient deity Amun. Tuesday’s statement says…

  • Timeline details ties between Fort Worth police chief, Taser

    Then-Fort Worth Police Chief Jeffrey Halstead and Taser International had a close relationship before and after the city signed a contract to purchase body cameras last year. Email communications and travel expense reports obtained by…

  • China plays down US concerns over anti-terror legislation

    SHANGHAI (AP) — China played down U.S. concerns that proposed anti-terror legislation would give the Chinese government sweeping power to police electronic communications and marginalize foreign companies fighting for a share of China’s $465 billion…