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Google Unveils SOS Alerts To Help During A CrisisGoogle wants to help in a crisis.
So Long, Flash: Adobe Will Kill Plug-In By 2020The software company on Tuesday said it plans to stop updating and distributing its Flash Media Player by the end of 2020.
Microsoft Paint Could Get Erased After 32 YearsSay goodbye to Microsoft Paint?
What's The Dirt On Your Home? Your Vacuum Could Speak VolumesThe latest Roomba has a camera to learn the lay of your land.
Wisconsin Tech Company To Install Microchip In EmployeesA Wisconsin technology company will be installing the rice-sized microchip in willing employees' hands at a chip party on Aug. 1.
4 Start-Up Companies Are Now Calling Sixers Training Complex HomeSixers officials and Camden mayor Dana Redd were on hand for a ribbon-cutting this afternoon for the brand new "Sixers Innovation Lab.”
Innovations, New Gadgets Unveiled At The 2017 CE WeekFrom indestructible tablet  covers to virtual 3-D coloring, CE Week had something for everyone under the sun.
Computers For People In Need, Montco Nonprofit Is Asking For Some Help"The digital divide is unfortunately alive and well and we're trying to kill it," said Robert Toporek of Team Children in Audubon.
Afghan Girls Robotics Team Competes After Visa ObstaclesThe team of six teenage girls was twice rejected for U.S. visas before President Donald Trump intervened at the last minute.
New iPhone Could Cost Up To $1,200A new iPhone is expected to be unveiled this fall and some tech buffs are estimating the gadget may cost $1200 dollars or more!
Jayden K. Smith Facebook Hoax Making Rounds On Social MediaAnother Facebook hoax is making the rounds.
Fire Department Warns About Dangers Of Charging Mobile Devices In BedA fire department in New Hampshire is warning parents about the dangers of charging phones and tablets in their bed.

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