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Just days after CVS and Rite-Aid shut down their ability to accept Apple Pay, the rival mobile system those retailers have backed has experienced a setback.
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The business world remains a place with few openly gay leaders.
We waited nearly 40 years for a disruptive breakthrough in car airbags, now it may be too late.
A Belgian student devised a “ambulance drone” that includes a defibrillator.
A brief history of how cost cutting has led to U.S. launch failures.
Everything you need to know about the alleged second source feeding documents to The Intercept.
A new Harvard poll finds that young Americans are unlikely to get involved in conventional channels of offline politics, even with time or interest to spare.
The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners update their recording ban to include wearable tech.
Unfortunately, severe forms of online harassment are part of the status quo for young women online.
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A small Slovakian firm may be on the cusp of the first commercial land and air vehicle.
The social media company is adding its database to IBM’s cloud-based analytics service for businesses.
As more countries start teaching their kids to code, an equal-opportunity focus on tech is going to become more important, Smith argues.
From Russia to India to the U.S., here are a few recent launch failures that taught engineers quite a bit.
The AeroMobil 3.0, which was officially unveiled at the Pioneers Festival in Austria on Wednesday, is a flying car prototype that runs on gasoline and can fit into the average city street parking space.
Epidemico, which makes software to track Ebola, is Booz Allen’s second purchase in the health care market.
The FCC is considering leveling the playing field for the likes of Aereo.
Baby-boomers prefer a human touch, but millennials are eager for hotels staffed by robots.
Hungarians take to the street to protest Internet tax.
Google’s latest “moonshot” project involves detecting cancer by swallowing a pill.
Honking horns, gridlock and complaints about “unfair advantages.“
Cook said Apple’s new mobile payment system had over 1 million activations in the first three days after it became available.
The appliance giant stumbles in trying to find buyers for its new wave of web-connected machines.
Despite concern from law enforcement officials, Google’s encryption update will begin rolling out next month.
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