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Actress/activist Ruby Dee dies at 91
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Big change to frequent flyer programs
My sister inspired The Fault in Our Stars
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft is expected to give the first official glimpse of Windows 9 in a press event Tuesday.
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Dead disco syndrome, business model questions and the social obligation factor that keeps you plugged in.
The agency lifted the 40-year-old ban on local broadcasts of games that didn’t sell out.
A new fellowship from the maker of the Firefox browser will place civic-minded tech geeks at public interest groups.
In today’s climate of fast-moving innovation in e-commerce and new competition in the online payments space, eBay no longer believes it’s advantageous for the businesses to be tethered together.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team.
Forget the consensus that older generations are a burden.
Stanford professor Cliff Nass discusses his research on multitasking and its effect on the brain in 2009. Nass was a professor of communication at Stanford University, co-creator of the Media Equation theory. He died last year.
Streaming music is becoming the new norm, but it just doesn’t make up for sliding digital and CD sales.
The fallout from the latest big tech vulnerability exposes structural deficiencies in the digital infrastructure that props up the Internet.
Craig Timberg and Matt Zapotosky
Critics have described the tools of StealthGenie as ways to help domestic abusers stalk victims.
A four-decade-old rule preventing home games from being shown on broadcast TV may be getting sacked Tuesday.
An FTC commissioner says the agency would lose some authority to protect consumers if the FCC starts regulating broadband differently.
India immigrants are one of the reasons America remains the world leader in innovation.
Here are four promising companies in the consumer technology space.
What if police got that phone and couldn’t crack it?
Privacy, security and the race for consumers’ dollars.
But don’t expect either company to shout about it from the rooftops.
The U.S. Navy and a Chinese university are on an annual list of organizations that hold the most patents in America.
Craig Timberg and Greg Miller
The agency director’s criticisms echo the frustrations of law enforcement officials nationwide.
Ashkan Soltani and Hayley Tsukayama
The feature, introduced with iOS 8, only works when users’ phones are asleep and their location services have been disabled.
Two of the FCC’s five commissioners want new, serious limits on how inmates and their families have to spend to stay in contact.
Everything we know about the current state of drone regulation, in six answers.
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