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A Georgia appellate court ruled that the parents of a seventh-grader who created a fake and defamatory Facebook account for a classmate may be liable for emotional damages by a jury.
Danny Boyle is set to direct the movie, which is adapted by Aaron Sorkin from Walter Isaacson's biography on Jobs, and it looks like Christian Bale will be cast in the titular role.
He released a scathing report, which challenges the company's presentation of itself as a benevolent force for the average New Yorker.
'Oops…I'm sorry about that,' he said in a video interview hosted on Facebook.
This pioneer in adult web content has idea to revolutionize education through virtual reality. And he might be on to something. Maybe.
Gemmy Industries' chief executive explains how the company continues to crank out the cheesy magic year after year.
In collaborative professional sports, too many elite players can detract from a team's overall performance, according to a recent study.
With more people researching before making a purchase, online reviews are important. Here's how to handle the negative ones while encouraging positive ones.
The conventional wisdom 'don't diagnose your illness over the Internet' may be changing.
Online dating sites are supposed to be confident in their algorithms, which makes eHarmony's $5,000-a-year eH+ service all the more perplexing.
They'll be opt-in and untargeted.
The average life expectancy for babies born in 2012 -- the latest year researched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- is a record-setting 78.8 years. Can Google eventually help double that number?
The new law, which received initial approval from the city, is expected to take effect in February and comes with a number of requirements for hosts using the site.
Apple's former chief executive explains how the company mastered the art of selling customers an experience.
The city initially gave the ad firm its approval to install tracking beacons in old-fashioned phone booths but reversed course when the public was made aware of the project.
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