Whitney Wolfe says she was called a “whore” in front of her coworkers on several occasions.
Before there was Google Plus, Google Buzz, or Google Wave, there was Orkut.
The families of those who died in a faulty GM car will be entitled to at least $1 million.
A new poll suggests that Americans care about the planetary impact of fossil fuels more than cheap electricity.
“In an era of evolving payment methods, from Amazon Coins to Starbucks Stars, it is impractical to ignore the growing use of cash alternatives,” Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, the bill’s author, said in a statement.
“People around the world do care about the values of a product — but Americans and Europeans care the least.”
The maps that track death and disease across the world aren’t usually uplifting. But a new map from the Pulitzer Center tells a different kind of story, one that actually marks a set of enormous, but quiet, wins for decreasing the rate of childhood mortality.
"I’m pretty sure I would just crash it somewhere," said one student. "Cause some kind of accident."
Thirty years ago, if you contracted measles or mumps in America, chances are you were born in a poor inner-city community. These days, you’re more likely to get sick if you come from a middle-class area.
The reason? Stupidity.
In a landmark decision that will affect the future of television, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Aereo Inc., a service that retransmits television broadcast signals to computers and gadgets, was in violation of federal copyright held by broadcasters like ABC, Fox, and more.
“Not all beaches are equally filled with fecal matter.”
The terror group in Syria and Iraq publishes an annual report, operates “like an army that has state-building ambitions.”
The smartwatch will include at least 10 sensors, including ones that monitor fitness and health.
For a company known for its secrecy, a lot of details about Apple’s rumored smartwatch are leaking. The latest: The tech giant is planning to release multiple versions of its smartwatch with different screen sizes for a launch this fall.
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“We’re marrying technology with editorial judgment.”
The Breaking News (breakingnews) app is the first app to really go out and find its news audience, but there will be more.