Radio on your phone? AT&T is about to make it easier.

The telecom company is the latest to support radio listening on smartphones.

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When technology wipes out jobs

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Twitter surprises analysts with a big earnings beat, but falls on doubts about user growth

Twitter surprises analysts with a big earnings beat, but falls on doubts about user growth

That’s good news for the company which is the midst of a search for a new chief executive.

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Is Windows 10 worth it?

Is Windows 10 worth it?

Microsoft's latest operating system has great innovations and beloved features from past iterations.

Microsoft makes amends for past mistakes with Windows 10

Microsoft makes amends for past mistakes with Windows 10

Windows 10 is comfortably familiar enough for those who want to upgrade, while keeping some cutting-edge touches

Now you can set your Gmails to self-destruct

Now you can set your Gmails to self-destruct

In case you’re a secret agent or something.

NTSB blames human error, compounded by poor safety culture, in Virgin Galactic crash

NTSB blames human error, compounded by poor safety culture, in Virgin Galactic crash

A nine-month investigation into the October crash of SpaceShip Two, operated by Scaled Composites, found that the company failed to take basic steps to prevent the fatal accident.

Here’s Amazon’s plan for safe drone flights

Here’s Amazon’s plan for safe drone flights

It includes a 200-foot tall highway in the sky for package delivery.

Motorola wants to be your go-to brand for cheaper smartphones

Motorola wants to be your go-to brand for cheaper smartphones

Motorola showed off a new version of the low-end Moto G, as well as two new premium models, the Moto X Pure edition and the Moto X Style

After two years, White House says ‘no’ to petition asking for pardon of Edward Snowden

After two years, White House says ‘no’ to petition asking for pardon of Edward Snowden

Snowden petition finally gets response as White House clears out its We the People backlog.

Your Android smartphone could be attacked with a text message

Your Android smartphone could be attacked with a text message

Scary bugs disclosed in Android’s Stagefright media playback tool.

What we’ve learned from one year of Internet.org

What we’ve learned from one year of Internet.org

Facebook learns giving away global Internet access is harder than it sounds.

Optoro picks up $40 million in debt financing

The latest round is in addition to a $50 million investment Optoro received in December.

Twitter’s got some growing up to do

Twitter’s got some growing up to do

Twitter has to resolve a central question: What does it want to be when it grows up?

Planned Parenthood’s Web site on the defense after hacking claims

Planned Parenthood’s Web site on the defense after hacking claims

Planned Parenthood blamed “extremists” who oppose the group’s “mission and services.“

Google+’s stranglehold over YouTube’s comments is ending

Google+’s stranglehold over YouTube’s comments is ending

Two years after YouTubers protested with text art tanks.

In its next move, Amazon could turn to physical grocery stores

In its next move, Amazon could turn to physical grocery stores

Brick-and-mortar stores where shoppers can pickup online grocery orders would expand the customer base beyond those who can afford Amazon Fresh deliveries.

Facebook says there’s money to be made bringing Internet to the developing world

Facebook says there’s money to be made bringing Internet to the developing world

Facebook is making the business case to network operators.

Why Uber is winning in China

Why Uber is winning in China

Most U.S. tech companies fail in China. Uber’s unique path is paying off.

How to have a job in the future

How to have a job in the future

Today’s students should be ready to learn and change jobs constantly.

It’s official: AT&T-DirecTV is a done deal

It’s official: AT&T-DirecTV is a done deal

The deal gives AT&T control of DirecTV’s valuable customers and programming, turning it into a media giant in addition to a telecommunications company.

How security experts protect themselves online

How security experts protect themselves online

Update your software, use a password manager and turn on two-factor authentication.

Thumbly: Single-handedly creating a custom keyboard for your phone

Thumbly: Single-handedly creating a custom keyboard for your phone

Free iOS app fans the QWERTY keys out from the bottom corner, so that you can easily type with one hand.

1.4 million Fiat vehicles recalled to prevent hacking

1.4 million Fiat vehicles recalled to prevent hacking

In the first big reaction to a demonstration of taking over a vehicle remotely, the automaker will fix a software defect.