Toyota recalls 1.9 million Prius cars worldwide for software glitch, no accidents reported
Cellphones, the Internet and social media have become staples in today's fast-paced, technology-fueled world. But how does digital technology fit into the relationships of many Americans?
Golden moment: Podladtchikov puts it all together to end White's Olympic halfpipe run
Amazon to hire 2,500 new workers at US order fulfillment centers
Federal officials and airline pilots warn of dangers when people point lasers into cockpits
Google wins bidding to take over management of federal airfield often used by top executives
Vietnamese creator of Flappy Bird takes down game, saying it "ruins my simple life"
Kennedy cousin Skakel granted request to relocate GPS tracking device for son's ski race
Gambling industry divided on Internet gambling; Las Vegas Sands group launches opposition ads
First female high-tech entrepreneur in West Bank signals new job hopes for Palestinian women
House panel approves bill to require ban on in-flight cellphone calls by airline passengers
New CEO Nadella's collaborative approach comes in contrast to outgoing CEO Ballmer's bombast
Finally, the developer of the wildly popular Flappy Bird mobile app has described why he took the game off the market.
Today is Safer Internet Day. One topic will be distinguishing the differences between risk and harm to young people.
Gov. Martin O'Malley plans to make an announcement about Maryland's education system in a videoconference with students.
Siri records your conversations and sends them to Apple.
California leaders unveil proposed bill requiring 'kill switch' to stop smartphone theft
News organizations revealing NSA secrets sometimes accidentally expose more than intended
Federal appeals panel in NY restores Apple monitor but spells out limits to his authority
The hackers who hit Target may have used Pa. refrigeration business as a back door
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