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The wireless carriers appear to be adding usage and then charging for it, leading critics to complain of fraud.
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A three-man team from Tokyo has made a $50,000 exoskeleton that can be worn.
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Bloomberg’s free Quick Tax Reference app is a quick reference that puts a ton of tax information at your fingertips.
Skitch lets you annotate pictures you take with elements such as drawings, arrows and text.
The theoretical physicist was born on March 14, 1879.
The United States is already ranked 46th in the world for press freedom. Now, Reporters Without Borders says America is also electronically repressive.
The ritzy cabin of the Emirates Airbus A380 is unlike any plane you’ve likely ever flown on.
Plus, Target investigated the data breach early but ignored it, and Time Warner Cable customers aren’t leaping for a cheaper plan with data caps.
Why “.sucks” doesn’t actually suck all that much.
The Facebook CEO is lashing out at government surveillance.
“Library lovers” and “information omnivores” score high on library engagement -- and tech usage.
But why should the network wait to see if the Supreme Court lets Aereo compete?
A Q&A with Frederick A.O. (“Fritz”) Schwarz, Jr.
To find an audience and make a difference, today’s journalists must hustle to promote their work.
Plus, CBS chief says he’ll compete with Aereo if it wins in the Supreme Court, and how the NSA hijacks big botnets.
The doubters have been proven wrong, and our health will benefit from the coming advances.
A digital birthday card to the World Wide Web.
The country is planning to spread fiber-optic Internet to a whopping 96 percent of its towns and cities.
The Senate Intelligence Committee Chair has been a staunch NSA defender, but she didn’t like it when another intelligence agency spied on her staff.
Almost 30 years ago SXSW began as a music festival in Austin, Tex. Now thousands attend, hoping to be the next big technology company.
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