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FCC Delays Vote on Rule That Would Allow Consumers to Ditch Their Cable Boxes
Federal regulators have delayed a vote on requiring cable and satellite TV companies to make free apps to bypass the need for cable boxes
Correction: Homes-Designer-Kids and Grownups Story
In a story about designing a home that is both kid- and grownup-friendly, The Associated Press misidentified one of the interior designers. He is Mikel Welch, not Mike Welch. A corrected version of the story is below: Ask a Designer: homes that are kid- and grownup-friendly Just because you have
Giant Moon Balloon Blows Around During Typhoon
As Super Typhoon Mercanti approached China, a giant moon balloon was blown into traffic in Fuzhou, China.
Allegations Surface of Other Model Samsung Phones Bursting Into Flames
Samsung assures customers that it's only the Samsung Note 7 model catching fire.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks Tech in the Classroom, iPhone AirPods and Wireless Being ‘the Future’
A year into an educational initiative to provide tech to underserved schools across the nation, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited one of the schools in New York to see how students were progressing and said he believed the program could empower future leaders. The tech giant's CEO visited the P.S. 161
Bachelor Nick Viall Reveals Fast Fun Facts Backstage
The new Bachelor plays a game called "In the Nick of Time" answering intimate questions backstage at "GMA."
Apple's Big iPhone 7 Announcement
Apple is expected to bring new versions of the iPhone and Apple Watch to market.
Google Challenges Uber With Waze Ride-Share Service
In today's tech sites Google may be challenging over it has started sort of a ride sharing service in temperance is still available through its ways app. It links passengers with drivers heading in the same direction so no word if they could expand outside the Bay Area the two companies are also
Twitter Wins Right to Stream Thursday NFL Games
The micro-blogger is reportedly in talks to put its app on Apple TV, affecting millions.
How Military Robots Can Save Lives
Saving a life can be hard enough, but doing it in the middle of a battlefield with bullets flying can seem nearly impossible. But military programs like the Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) at Fort Carson in Colorado are training military medics so they're prepared for every situation