- Fixes: Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving
- Why Facebook Showed You That Ad for the Candidate You Hate
- Mannequin Challenge Is the New Viral Video Sensation You Probably Can’t Avoid
- TV Networks Face a Skeptical Public on Election Night
- Tech Tip: Erasing GPS Data From Photos
- Bits: Daily Report: More Fake Retail Apps Means More Users Are at Risk
Posted: 08 Nov 2016 12:21 AM PST
Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.
Posted: 07 Nov 2016 10:51 AM PST
The reason you saw a particular campaign ad on Facebook may have nothing to do with your political views, or even your demographic profile.
Posted: 07 Nov 2016 10:22 AM PST
People are freezing themselves in place, often in elaborate poses and scenarios. It has become popular with teenagers and victorious football teams.
Posted: 07 Nov 2016 09:42 AM PST
Traditional network "decision desks" will be joined this year by digital challengers aiming to shed light on an often opaque vote-data process.
Posted: 07 Nov 2016 08:22 AM PST
If you have picture files with embedded location information that you would rather not reveal, you can remove it before sharing the images.
Posted: 07 Nov 2016 08:16 AM PST
Consumers may be deceived into entering their credit card numbers into counterfeit applications, often disguised as bona fide programs.
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