Twitter Officially Shuts Down VineVine's six seconds of fame are about to come to an end.
Facebook Unveils 'Facebook Journalism Project'Facebook is trying to improve relations with skeptical newsrooms by making several investments in journalism tools, training, and news literacy.
Yahoo's CEO To Resign From Board If Sale To Verizon Goes ThroughMarissa Mayer will step down from Yahoo's board of directors if its sale to Verizon goes through, according to a company filing on Monday.
The iPhone Turns 10: Insiders Look Back"We're going to make some history together today."
Keurig, Anheuser-Busch Team Up On In-Home Booze MakerKeurig and Anheuser-Busch InBev are teaming up to build an in-home booze brewer.
2016 Marks Record Breaking Year For Apple's App StoreIt was a record-breaking year for Apple in 2016. That is thanks to the success of its App Store.
Fisher-Price To Launch High-Tech Exercise Bike For ToddlersThe bike, aimed at 3 to 6 year olds, lets kids interact with gaming apps while pedaling.
Chrysler Unveils Selfie-Taking Concept CarThe vehicle's long list of features were based on 20 years of research into exactly what Millennials want from a car.
Twitter Users' 2017 Wish List: Get Rid Of HarassmentTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey wants to know how to make the social platform better in 2017.
Montco Student’s Mobile App Gets Global Attention17-year-old Manshu Sharma is a finalist in the Global Entrepreneurship Network's "Startup Open.”
Brotherly Love: Rebuilding Computers To Build BridgesIn Montgomery County, a team of volunteers gathers every Wednesday to bring old computers back to life.
T-Mobile Is First Carrier To Remotely Kill Note 7 BatteriesT-Mobile released an update on Wednesday to prevent Note 7 users from charging devices, rendering them useless.

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