Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget.
Mountain View's lawyers called the Labor Department's requests 'unconstitutional.'
Most of the 4,100 plaintiffs, however, will only get $500 each.
It can no longer advertise its services or operate in the country.
Thankfully, it didn't cause a bigger fire on the plane.
It's no mansion, but it looks perfect for people who prefer tiny homes.
Hootsuite's chief told the writer questioning his company's value to call 1-800-EAT-DICK.
PayPal, eBay and IBM will also sign the amicus brief to support his legal battle.
It's almost done with its expansion plans for 2017.
Amazon apparently wants to deploy delivery drones from flying warehouses.
It's actually trusting users to verify stories posted on the social network.
This is the first lawsuit against Theranos that's seeking class-action status.
With a reported 70 percent of households not having toilets, Google Maps will show toilets in malls, hospitals and other public places within.
It's accusing the controversial blood-testing company of lying to get its money.
As a result, the company will let 340 people go.
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