Judge: Case involving Kardashian-West marriage proposal can proceed against tech entrepreneur
Jesse Jackson readies campaign to highlight Silicon Valley's scarcity of blacks and Latinos
Angry and tired drivers on the Washington area's congested roads may be prime candidates for a new technology that could help curb road rage.
A trash-talking, Scrabble-playing robot (who is not very good) is helping researchers at Carnegie Mellon develop robots that are "less robotic."
Investors latch on to Yahoo's Alibaba stake as anticipation builds for Chinese company's IPO
Nakamoto hires lawyer, again denies Newsweek story that claims he created bitcoin
Microsoft releases OneNote for Macs, adds functions and free tier in moves targeting Evernote
IRS says employee took home personal data on 20,000 workers, putting information at risk
Commercial drones take off around the globe, but are grounded in the US for now by government
The top 10 books on Apple's iBooks
This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Disney shareholders elect Twitter's Dorsey to board; approve CEO pay package
Vodafone to buy Spanish telecoms company Ono for $10 billion, expanding further in Europe
University of California, Berkeley hires first Wikipedian-in-residence
Online food ordering service Just Eat to float shares in London
Data Doctor Ken Colburn says a troubling number of Apple users have not performed security updates, in part because they feel a false sense of safety that Apple devices aren't vulnerable to hackers.
How the Media Insight Project poll on news consumption was conducted
American news appetites crave serious as well as entertaining, draw from varied media sources
US government will relinquish control of Internet address system in long-planned move
Judge leaves Pandora songwriter royalty rate unchanged
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