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Malaysia charges Goldman Sachs figures in 1MDB scandal
Q: Please help me solve a debate. I say my smart TV can get bit by malware and viruses. My buddy says I am a dope. Who’s right? A six-pack is riding on your answer!
With a few swipes and touches, mobile technology users can send emails, review documents, FaceTime into a meeting and exchange money.
A team of researchers from Dartmouth say they’ve created a mobile-sensing system — consisting of fitness bracelets, sensors and a custom app — that can measure employee performance with about 80 percent accuracy.
This spring, at a meeting at the Columbia School of Journalism, reporters were urged to more aggressively scare people about human-induced climate change. Fake news? Not at all, because there is ample evidence that it's happening, and that it's likely to get a lot worse. Fair and balanced reporting on the climate should be really scary. But the efforts of the environmental journalists are being undermined by the health journalists. The "horns" story just made it harder for readers to take any scary headline seriously.
Five Sand Springs homes will be featured in the 2019 Greater Tulsa Parade of Homes.
With smartphone usage becoming more prevalent in our daily lives, it is important for both employers and wireless consumers to ask the question — is there a time and place for smartphones in the workplace?
Most teenagers prefer texting to any other form of communication and are losing phone conversation skills.
There are two ways to look at your favorite app store: 1. Yay, there are so many apps! It’s a treasure trove of possibilities! 2. Ugh, there a…