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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...
NEW YORK (AP) — AOL has completed its $315 million purchase of the online news hub The Huffington Post. AOL Inc., a pioneer in dial-up Internet access, is trying to rebuild itself as a purveyor of online news and other content. It is the largest...
Tags: Tim Armstrong, Arianna Huffington, AOL LLC
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google plans to hire more than 6,200 workers this year in the biggest expansion yet by the Internet's most profitable company. While President Barack Obama is expected to encourage more hiring by businesses during his State of...
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace, Politics, Elections, Employers
NEW YORK (AP) — Susan Maushart lived out every parent's fantasy: She unplugged her teenagers. For six months, she took away the Internet, TV, iPods, mobile phones and video games. The eerie glow of screens stopped lighting up the family room....
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association is betting people visiting the city will be checking their smart phones for directions. And when they do, they can download a new application to help them find their way...
Tags: Apple iPhone, Apple iPod
When some tinker on engines in their garages, Penn High School teacher Rodrigo Anadon spends his free time working on the 22 computers in his personal computer lab. “I don’t care about cars,” he said. “But I love a really nice...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Catholic college in Philadelphia says it has fired a part-time professor after learning from a post on his blog that he has been in a same-sex relationship for a decade and a half, which officials called contrary to church...
NEW YORK (AP) — Google says it has restored e-mail service to some of the users who found all of their old messages deleted on Sunday. Google Inc. first posted a notice about the problem Sunday afternoon on a site where it informs users of service...
Economic development officials, saying the city must be more competitive in luring high-tech firms, have asked the common council to exempt large-scale data management equipment from personal property taxes. The request comes in the wake of recent...
Reuters* Google expects Glass etiquette to evolve * Casino has banned devices while gambling * "Those things freak me out" By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO, May 18 (Reuters) - Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its "Glass"...
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