Technology

Apple now accepting your banged-up iPhone

Apple now accepting your banged-up iPhone

For the first time, Apple is accepting iPhones with cracked screens or broken buttons for anyone wanting to upgrade
Published: 02/05/16
Scientists turn to drones to count growing seal colonies

Scientists turn to drones to count growing seal colonies

Scientists who want to get a handle on the growth of New England's gray seal population are using drones as part of an effort to photograph the animals
Published: 02/05/16
Experts say launch won't bring N. Korea much closer to ICBM

Experts say launch won't bring N. Korea much closer to ICBM

As North Korea prepares for a new launch, experts have questioned claims that its space rockets are missiles in disguise
Published: 02/05/16

FCC chair to discuss broadband opportunities in eastern Ky.

The head of the Federal Communications Commission is planning a trip to eastern Kentucky to discuss broadband-based economic opportunities
Published: 02/05/16

Joliet police department orders 50 more Tasers

The Joliet police department is ordering 50 new Tasers with the goal to arm all 270 police officers with the device
Published: 02/05/16
After disclosing player information, USSF moves to seal suit

After disclosing player information, USSF moves to seal suit

The US Soccer Federation's original lawsuit against the union for its champion women's national team has been sealed after the governing body realized it had disclosed the home addresses and email accounts of many players
Published: 02/05/16

Rhode Island attorney general: Daily fantasy sports legal

Rhode Island's attorney general says he has determined daily fantasy sports are legal under state law
Published: 02/05/16

Skvarla pitches broadband, crowdfunding, venture capital

North Carolina's commerce secretary says rural and small-town economies won't grow without access to high-speed Internet
Published: 02/04/16
State IG: Classified email found from Powell, Rice tenures

State IG: Classified email found from Powell, Rice tenures

The State Department's inspector general says Powell and the immediate staff of Condoleezza Rice also received classified information on their personal email accounts when they were secretaries of state
Published: 02/04/16
LinkedIn shares tumble on weak forecast for 2016

LinkedIn shares tumble on weak forecast for 2016

LinkedIn shares plunged as much as than 28 percent in after-hours trading Thursday, after it reported better-than-expected financial results for the fourth quarter but provided a weak forecast for 2016
Published: 02/04/16