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A San Francisco jury found that the prestigious firm did not discriminate against the former junior partner.
Baidu’s Web tools apparently were used to attack methods for skirting online censorship in China.
Chuck Schumer could soon be the most powerful Democrat in the Senate. That’s great news for tech.
We talk about the Apple Watch, and why it’s good for your health if your best friend has a Fitbit.
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Lawmakers are already testing out Twitter’s new tool that lets you livestream your own video feed.
Go with Joe on a time-travel adventure.
Sometimes one picture isn’t enough to tell a story.
Advance orders for the new HTC One begin Friday, and orders for Samsung’s Galaxy S 6 phones start Saturday.
Tech companies are collecting a lot of data about you. What happens if they go bankrupt?
Federal officials are weighing an end to the Federal Trade Commission’s legal prohibition on regulating Internet providers and telecom companies.
As drone makers let everyone create apps, the technology’s full potential gets tapped.
Manipulating the genetic code of microbes could lead to breakthroughs in new flavors and ingredients.
New legislation would offer federal agencies money in exchange for their wireless spectrum.
PlayStation owners can expect a ton of new features in the “Yukimura” update, including a long-awaited option to pause games.
It was just another sleepy congressional hearing until Louie Gohmert chimed in.
“Flat” videos have peaked. The social network will soon support spherical videos.
Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg also (jokingly?) modified the company’s famous motto.
Gender bias is an issue, but intimidation is worse.
How “specialized services” could give Internet providers a back door to all the things the FCC wanted to prevent.
Your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team.
A new patent could be the basis for a new “force field” protecting soldiers from IEDs.
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