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Scores of horrifying images continued circulating, despite the social media company’s efforts.
The rule prevents sports games from being shown on local broadcast TV if not enough tickets have been sold. Yet black lawmakers are arguing that this system benefits consumers.
The company is trying to woo new users even as its network gets a low rating compared to competitors.
Samsung settles charges that it misled resellers who sold federal agencies products made in China.
Social media management screw ups are a dime a dozen, but the CSIS tweet may have hit a bit too close to home for comfort.
As Uber tries to remake transportation in America, it adds some serious political muscle.
The Nigerian firm behind an app that assesses a woman’s bride price says the app shouldn’t be taken too seriously, but some gender activists are criticizing it.
Federal regulators say vehicle-to-vehicle communications should eventually be included in every new car to help drivers navigate left turns and avoid rear-ending others.
The U.S. Navy says it released video Sunday showing tests of an unmanned aircraft aboard aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
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Attempting to replicate creative ideas such as the Ice Bucket Challenge is harder than it sounds.
House and Senate staffers are being encouraged to get their hands dirty by editing entries on bills before Congress.
“Ignore No More” app gives parents the ability to control their kids’ phones if they believe kids are ignoring their calls or messages.
With a renewed focus on police treatment of African-Americans, comes an app that encourages people to document police interactions.
The exoskeleton resembles a motion-capture suit or a watered-down Iron Man costume.
From Taylor Swift to Bill Gates, watch 17 celebrities dump water over their heads to raise ALS awareness.
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Yes, Aereo’s still alive. But these next few weeks will be a crucial test of the company’s prospects.
Thomson Reuters is going to want its money back from this campaign.
The IBM Simon was bulky, slow and unpopular, but the first of its kind.
“Get the f--k out of here and keep that light off or you’re getting shelled with this.“
Chuck Ghoorah is the co-founder of McLean-based Cvent. The company is investing in mobile apps for events.
The D.C. mayoral candidate met with members of the local tech community at WeWork last week.
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