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Google used to support the Koch-backed group on “unrelated” issues. Now the search giant is singing a different tune.
Companies are dabbling in biometrics, but it’s far from easy to perfect.
Google+ is fading away, but it leaves at least one legacy for Google: the unifying login and its value to advertisement.
The head of a major wireless group strikes back against hints of a ban on “differentiation” on the mobile Internet.
The Post's Hayley Tsukayama puts Apple’s newest phone to the test. Is the big screen worth it?
A reader points to an analogy that helps put a highly abstract, ideological debate in concrete terms.
And that was without any being sold in China.
The competition envisions a new model for education that is cheap, abundant and scalable.
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Silicon Valley doesn’t have a monopoly on creating America’s future.
Ted Leonsis discusses the business implications of Apple’s new products.
Arlington-based Privia Health is a growing network of physicians that plans to expand across the nation.
Executives say the device could help makes consumers comfortable with wearing computers on their bodies.
Free app from the maker of note-keeping service stores online recipes for users and even suggests other recipes.
The $2.5 billion purchase is raising questions for Minecraft’s biggest fans.
Customers around the world flock to Apple stores for the release of the device.
Deputy administrator Lisa Schlosser will serve as interim CIO.
Scientists say carbon fiber polymers can make cars lighter, safer and more fuel efficient. Here’s one vision of that future.
In side-scroller game, users navigate a rocket ship past obstacles such as asteroids, comets and stalactites.
Access to some archives of five courts, including four U.S. federal appellate courts, were removed last month with little public notice.
As Apple awaits approval to sell the iPhone 6 in China, resellers in Hong Kong are turning a tidy profit.
Concerned that the U.S. is losing ground to Russia and China, the Pentagon is promoting industry innovation.
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce powerhouse has priced its initial public offering of stock at $68 per share, valuing the company $167.6 billion.
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