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On Maps, Google is with you every step of the way. But you can do something about it.
What was once code for some Northern California high school stoners is now global shorthand for celebrating marijuana's growing acceptance.
B-schools and companies need to stop confining discussions of gender to women-centric events and instead normalize gender diversity throughout their institutions.
Bloomberg's unnamed sources say Apple is testing a curved glass screen that 'covers almost the entire front of the device,' plus 'stainless steel materials and more advanced cameras.'
The game is a very rich and realistic simulation from which to learn to drive.
Uber Central is a new feature that lets business users book multiple rides at once for guests, VIPs and visitors.
The new Facebook Spaces app, in a closed beta, is the company's latest offering for people who want to share photos and videos with their friends online.
Updates to the bot platform for Facebook Messenger will let you play a song directly from Spotify and ask questions of small businesses, among other new features.
The real star of the new Google Earth, now on Chrome and Android, is Voyager, which the company calls 'a showcase of interactive guided tours.'
If the feds enforce marijuana laws in the Golden State, legislators there want them to receive no help from local cops.
The Facebook CEO is expected to take the stage at 1 p.m. ET.
The study, by analytics firm Zendrive, found that 'Americans use their phones nearly every single time they get behind the wheel.'
Researchers from MIT have developed a series of tools called WaitSuite that test you on vocabulary words during times you wouldn't otherwise be doing anything.
The tech-savvy music lovers fired up the Find My iPhone app and chased the alleged thief around the Indio, Calif., venue until security workers could nab him.