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The airline canceled around 1,000 flights on Monday, stranding passengers at airports around the globe.
Top video game companies, caught off-guard by the runaway success of Pokémon Go, are wrestling with how to play catch-up to the augmented reality app that has become a worldwide phenomenon.
From blatantly racist to viciously homophobic, these derogatory ads went beyond too far.
At least, that's what one computer security expert did in order to access classier airport lounges in Europe.
Though the country has officially banned Pokémon Go, we wonder what will happen if eager gamers find some way to grab the installation file anyway.
Everyone in Silicon Valley borrows and iterates. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom doesn't mind acknowledging that Snapchats' 'Stories' came first.
If a company is paying you to shill a product on social media, you better do more than write a little #ad hashtag at the very end of your post.
Chris Urmson, in a blog post late Friday, said he was 'ready for a fresh challenge.'
The deal would help Wal-Mart better compete with Amazon.com and other online retailers.
The U.S. airline said the problems resulted from a power outage in Atlanta overnight and that customers should expect 'large-scale' cancellations.
A Japan Fair Trade Commission spokesman said he could not confirm the report but added: 'I won't say the contents are incorrect.'
Some big tech names on the list will be familiar, while others may surprise you.
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