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But history shows that bans against specific weapons aren’t always the, um, silver bullet.
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The latest round is in addition to a $50 million investment Optoro received in December.
Twitter has to resolve a central question: What does it want to be when it grows up?
Abby Ohlheiser and Andrea Peterson
Planned Parenthood blamed “extremists” who oppose the group’s “mission and services.“
Two years after YouTubers protested with text art tanks.
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 is making the business case to network operators.
Most U.S. tech companies fail in China. Uber’s unique path is paying off.
Today’s students should be ready to learn and change jobs constantly.
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.
Update your software, use a password manager and turn on two-factor authentication.
Free iOS app fans the QWERTY keys out from the bottom corner, so that you can easily type with one hand.
Jacob Bogage and Andrea Peterson
In the first big reaction to a demonstration of taking over a vehicle remotely, the automaker will fix a software defect.
Few small business owners are aware of the massive fraud responsibility headed their way this fall.
Inside the complicated congressional politics of net neutrality.
The only thing that seems certain is they won’t look like existing sedans.
The company is the world’s most valuable retailer, at least for now, with a market value higher than Wal-Mart’s.
AT&T’s latest earnings was marked by a strong showing in the automotive industry.
Brian Fung and Andrea Peterson
Captain Kirk would make a terrible president.
Instagram first prevented users from searching for photos with the term last week, prompting a huge backlash.
As technology for 3-D printing advances, the possibilites for what can be made widens.
It’s a “nightmare,” Apple aficionado Jim Dalrymple says.
The company now has more broadband customers than it does TV subscribers.
Tech firms such as Yahoo, Facebook, Dropbox and LinkedIn announced Thursday that they will develop standard language that lets applicants know that having accessibility knowledge is “preferred” to land a job.
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