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WARRENTON, Va. (AP) — Again and again, 12-year-old Brianna Bowens cautiously pokes the human eyeball. On purpose. The donated eye is tougher than you'd think. It takes a few slices with a sharp scalpel to pierce the white part — the sclera,...
Tags: Throat, Capron, Charity, Social Issues, Surgery
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - South Bend’s school board president says he’s disappointed with the firm the board hired to find the school corporation’s next superintendent, but he believes the search process still has integrity and that there are still...
Tags: Eric King
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — AOL is giving its AIM instant-messaging software a new look and new features in hopes of stanching an ongoing exodus of users who have turned to texting and other online messaging services. The new AIM software marks the...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal judge has refused Google's plea to dismiss several class-action lawsuits accusing the Internet search giant of illegally collecting online information from unencrypted wireless networks while working on its "Street...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Amazon.com wants to be more than a destination for shopping online — it also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer. The online retailer...
NEW YORK (AP) — Hot on the heels of the Nintendo 3DS game device and its 3-D screen, AT&T plans to launch a smartphone with a 3-D screen and a dual-lens camera for 3-D snapshots. AT&T Inc. said Monday that the LG Thrill 4G will be released...
Tags: YouTube, Nintendo DS, Entertainment, T-Mobile, Gaming
PARIS (AP) — France's privacy watchdog has handed down its largest fine ever against Google for improperly gathering and storing potentially sensitive data from Wi-Fi networks for its Street View application. Monday's €100,000 ($141,300) fine...
Tags: Punishment, France, Fines, Crime, Law and Justice
WASHINGTON (AP) — An advocacy group has filed a complaint with the federal government accusing New York University and Northwestern University of discriminating against the blind by adopting Google's e-mail program. The National Federation of...
Doris Milewski, of South Bend, recalls a vibrancy about the intersection at Michigan and Washington streets that served as a focal point for downtown amid all the department stores and restaurants in the ’40s. Eleanor DeGraff distinctly remembers...
NEW YORK (AP) — YouTube is partnering with universities to launch a new media program series for aspiring digital filmmakers. The video-sharing website announced Thursday it would launch the YouTube Creator Institute with the University of...
Google officials discovered there were 'a number' of bad applications in the Android market that took information from certain customer's phone. WSBT News presented a Special Report: Sleeper Cell, back in November, about vicious malware and viruses that...
The online classroom just became a lot easier to navigate, thanks to Google Apps for Education and Goshen-based Haiku Learning. The Google Apps Marketplace recently launched its Google Apps for Education, designed to help teachers and students work...
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