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Hilary Brueck has been a contributing writer to Fortune since 2015.
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The books are electronic, downloadable copies and will be available on Gates' website for at least a couple of days.
Apple sold twice as many first-year watches as first-year iPhones.
Google Goals is a new feature to Google Calendar that fills empty time in your schedule with time for things like exercise or reading.
Backplane was Gaga's vision for an online social network, a place where her fans could come and connect.
The idea is that for a bit of a premium in price, you can live month to month in a shared space, forgoing signing on to a long-term lease commitment.
The FBI is going to test out the technique over the next two weeks and will report back to the court hearing the case.
The home-rental giant announced Monday that the company will begin rolling out a new online comment and complaint feature.
Clear Channel Outdoor Americas is debuting a new kind of consumer tracking technology the company is calling 'RADAR.'
According to a new poll conducted this week by Morning Consult, nearly half of respondents view Mark Zuckerberg favorably.
Comparing sales on brand-new items, women make on average about 80 cents for every dollar a man does.
Stanford researchers have found that exposing sleepers to an hour of short bursts of light made it possible for bodies to adjust.
The results of the new study point to 15 different DNA locations associated with being "a morning person."
The new handheld microscope uses tiny mirrors and optical beams to zoom in and quickly create image scans at the cellular and subcellular level.
This new method of fertilization is the latest discovery in a rapidly expanding field of microrobots being built for navigating the human body.
A protein in the body could hold the secret to controlling sugar cravings.