Zimbabwe says it is seeking a second American over the illegal killing of a lion, as the outcry over the death of famed animal Cecil continues.
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In its quest to connect all corners of the globe – and get even more people signing onto the social networking juggernaut – Facebook has completed the first full-scale model of its internet-broadcasting ...
Fri 31 Jul 15 from Gizmag
Nvidia on Friday announced it is recalling select Shield Tablets due to a potential fire hazard. The company has issued instructions on how to determine if your slate is impacted by the recall ...
23 hours ago from Techspot
NBC-owned and operated (O&O) stations in San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. are refusing to air an advertisement for Sling TV that paints a poor picture of the traditional pay-TV ...
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Yahoo is buying style-tip specialist Polyvore in its latest attempt to become a more fashionable place to advertise.
Sat 1 Aug 15 from Phys.org
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23 hours ago from Techspot
The kid-size robot set out to travel cross-country after successfully hitchhiking across Canada and parts of Europe.
2 hours ago from The Christian Science Monitor
Windows 10 is off to a blazing fast start. The last official count had Windows 10 installed on more than 14 million devices in its first 24 hours, and unofficially there are now more than 67 ...
35 minutes ago from HotHardware
If you can't make a pilgrimage to Lollapalooza but want to get a sense of what it's like to be there beyond the concert streams, Facebook might have what you're looking for. It's testing an ...
14 hours ago from Engadget
Tech startups rarely get a second chance if they fail, since they can't usually draw on the help of either a huge following or a pile of cash. However, the recently defunct Frontback ...
13 hours ago from Engadget
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