AT&T lifts full-year revenue guidance, citing strong trends in wireless technology
McAuliffe to announce Virginia's participation in school Internet access improvement project
Just the books, please: Public shrugs off Amazon-Hachette spat at BookExpo
As statewide medical database progresses, New York study shows benefits to doctors, patients
With the problem of sexual assaults and other violence on college campuses, a personal safety app aims to provide students with a real-time lifeline to school security officers.
New digital music store BwayTunes.com launches, catering to musical theater fans
SpaceX's Elon Musk unveils spacecraft designed to fly astronauts to space station
Obama orders big cuts in power plant pollution _ but timing and impact of results uncertain
'Breaking Bad' is most tweeted-about series on television
Mark Zuckerberg, wife Priscilla Chan donate $120 million to SF Bay Area schools
Companies can start registering dot-Vegas domains; new names add variety to dot-com heavy Web
John Green criticizes Amazon.com, worries it's trying to 'bully publishers' into nonexistence
Silicon Valley techies tuning in to HBO show mocking startup culture
FBI issues nationwide alert for San Francisco man whose home was searched in explosives probe
Google sets up system to erase unflattering personal information from European results
Google counts costs of PR nightmare in Europe, vows to be more open to debate
Washington robbery suspect friends victim on Facebook
Today's parents are the first generation of parents trying to manage and moderate children's access to, and behavior on, social media.
A new study using eye-tracking technology focuses on what fans eyes were drawn to during major league baseball games, to determine how to improve advertising in ballparks.
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