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It looks like curved phones are here to stay. The first curved phones debuted in 2013, a product of flexible displays and the desperation of smartphone manufacturers to differentiate. The LG G Flex was among them. It was also a

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Federal officials are moving to regulate Internet service like a public utility, heeding President Obama’s call for an aggressive approach to net neutrality that gives the government more power over the industry. Tom Wheeler, head of the Federal Communications Commission

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Tipping between 15 to 20 percent for good service is pretty standard practice But new technology -where buttons automatically pop up tips of 15, 20, even 75 percent– is making us unintentionally generous tippers. The New York Times points out

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Hewlett Packard’s taken the wrapping off two new Android tablets, the Pro Slate 8 and Pro Slate 12, both of which are primarily aimed at the business world. However, they’re both powerful enough to be of interest to hardcore tablet

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Back in 2007 when Ford Sync was first introduced, it was groundbreaking technology. This was the first largely software-based infotainment system that could be updated easily while letting owners add additional purchased features. In addition, this was the first system

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Amazon’s new, fifth-generation monochrome device may not have the flash of its high-tone Kindle Fire HD cousins, but don’t overlook this new version of the basic e-reader. SANTA MONICA, Calif. – I’ve only had a hands-on demonstration of the new

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The United States and China pledged Wednesday to take ambitious action to limit greenhouse gases, aiming to inject fresh momentum into the global fight against climate change ahead of make-or-break climate talks next year. President Barack Obama announced that the

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Want to study high-energy particles streaming through the cosmos at nearly the speed of light? There’s an app for that. It’s called the Distributed Electronic Cosmic-Ray Observatory (DECO), and unlike the huge, multimillion-dollar particle detectors housed in labs, DECO allows

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Google sometimes receives as many as 50,000 resumes in a single week. For the select number of applicants who actually make it to an interview, they’ll be graded on a very specific list of criteria, no matter what position they’re

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Scotland has plenty to sort out as its people vote on their future: about currency, the European Union, oil revenue and tax. Now there may be a different thorny problem — from the world of technology. The country decides on

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