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Miranda, "Game of Thrones" #MeToo figure take…

Lin-Manuel Miranda and a key figure in the #MeToo movement are among the winners of this year's Webby Awards

House Democrats talk to Cambridge Analytica…

House Democrats have held the first of what they hope to be several interviews with witnesses who have not been called in Republican-led Russia investigations

Quit Making These 5 Mistakes in Your Online…

When it comes to online dating, it doesn’t matter if you’re typing or swiping, you’re doing it wrong if you have these five mistakes in your profile. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

Amazon Can Now Deliver Packages To Your Car

The Amazon delivery driver remotely unlocks the vehicle and places the package inside.

Ex-Yahoo paying $35M to settle SEC charges over…

The company formerly known as Yahoo is paying a $35 million fine to resolve federal regulators' charges that the online giant deceived investors by failing to disclose one of the biggest data breaches in internet history.

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Amazon Just Revealed Its Median Annual Pay. It's…

Amazon is an odd company—it's "often compared to Silicon Valley tech giants," as the Wall Street Journal puts it, but tech is just one part of its business. Retail, logistics, and transportation are the other parts, and that explains why the median annual salary of its workers is just...

Leader of German governing party backs Amazon…

The new leader of one of Germany's governing parties planned to join a protest against working conditions at Amazon during CEO Jeff Bezos' visit to Berlin on Tuesday

Amazon is Reportedly Making a Home Robot

Amazon is making a home robot, according to Bloomberg. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

Facebook Reveals The Lengthy Rulebook It Uses To…

Facebook published the guidelines its moderators use to decide what content is unacceptable — including hate speech, nudity and graphic violence.

Senate confirms new director of National Security Agency

Senate votes to confirm Paul Nakasone to lead National Security Agency, US Cyber Command

Cambridge Analytica fights back on data scandal

A Cambridge University professor at the heart of the Facebook privacy scandal says that the suspended CEO of data firm Cambridge Analytica lied to a British parliamentary committee investigating fake news

Amazon Will Deliver Packages to Your Trunk

Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow ... will mar your Amazon package, which can now be delivered not to your front porch but into the trunk of your car. The AP reports the company on Tuesday launched that new service in 37 US cities, and while there's no upcharge, there are...

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YouTube Took Down More Than 8 Million Videos In 3…

In a report published Monday, the company said it removed over 8 million videos between October and December 2017.

Video of Him Vanishing Has Been Watched Millions of Times

Lars Mittank spent the first week of July 2014 with friends at a Bulgarian beach resort. He has spent the nearly four years since as one of YouTube's greatest mysteries. Kirk Pepi has the story at Mel Magazine . Pepi writes that the 28-year-old's holiday with his five former classmates from...

AP-NORC Poll: For many online Americans, Facebook…

Nearly half of Americans who use the internet say they use Facebook at least several times a day, with Facebook-owned Instagram coming in No. 2 among social media sites

AP-NORC poll: Privacy debacle prompts…

AP-NORC poll: Facebook's privacy debacle prompts social-media cutbacks

Net Neutrality Was Repealed, But It's Not Dead Yet

Net neutrality protections are going away, but a lot of groups are suing to keep them in place.

Committee hits pause on solar project over visual concerns

A regional planning committee has refused to sign off on a proposed solar project in Rutland amid concerns over visuals

For the first time, Facebook spells out what it…

For the first time, Facebook spells out how it decides whether to delete your posts

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Chipmaker SK Hynix reports 64 percent jump in 1Q…

SK Hynix Inc. says its first-quarter net profit has surged 64 percent over a year earlier thanks to robust memory chip prices

Ireland to collect billions from Apple in back taxes

Ireland will start collection more than 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in back taxes from Apple some 19 months after the European Commission decision concluding the tech giant had been given an unfair advantage