Steven Jay Fogel, author of new book "Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living," on how technology may shape your personality and how to remain "present" despite constant distractions.
Free Wi-Fi launches at world's busiest airport in Atlanta; response to consumer complaints
Instagram goes beyond filters, adds more serious photo editing tools
Amid a growing number of health trackers, a new device and app that measures Blood Alcohol Content is generating buzz for its promise of helping users achieve a "perfect BAC."
Apple getting into management of personal health, homes with upcoming software updates
Former Uber driver charged with battery in alleged assault on rider in San Francisco
In coal country, despite assurances, news of another rule taking aim at coal greeted warily
JK Rowling tweet tweaks Amazon.com, notes her upcoming Galbraith book can be bought elsewhere
Company announces donation of more than $2B in software to Virginia colleges
A new 'Destiny' for original games: 'Watch Dogs,' 'Titanfall' pave way for non-sequels at E3
New Mac, mobile software previewed at Apple event, updates coming this fall
Sony pulls plug on PlayStation Portable, pushes new Vita as consumers move to smartphones
Judge dismisses Idaho woman's lawsuit against Obama over NSA collection of cellphone data
Ballmer watchers remember a basketball fanatic better at picks than pick-up
Judge tells jury they must decide who knew about phone hacking as lengthy trial nears its end
Better barracks, childcare, Internet access: Germany tries to make military more attractive
Forty-five percent of adults 65 and older are single, and many are turning to online dating to find a partner. Two online daters share their stories.
Crucial bridge along East Coast interstate system closes indefinitely over leaning columns
Utah school apologizes to some teens for raising necklines, adding sleeves in yearbook photos
AP Exclusive: No public action on China cyberspying case despite attorney general's pledge
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