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Sinkhole Science is Actually Quite Simple

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The drama of sinkholes, in which the earth can suddenly collapse and swallow up houses, has captured the popular imagination recently, but the science is…read more

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President Obama sits with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey during the White House Twitter Townhall in 2011, where he replied to policy questions via the social media site.

Twitter Turns Seven

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Published March 25, 2013 Happy 7th birthday, Twitter! When Jack Dorsey and his team launched their social networking site in 2006, they decided to name…read more

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Tech giants like Mark Zuckerberg, who created Facebook, urge young people to young people to learn code so they can take advantage of the good job opportunities that tech provides.

Techies Urge Kids to Learn Code

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Published March 18, 2013 Schools across America teach all sorts of languages: French, Latin, Spanish, even Chinese. However, there’s one language that 9 out of…read more

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2012 Officially Warmest Year on Record

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If you felt like you had to turn the air conditioner up extra high this past year, you weren’t just imagining things. According to a…read more

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A software engineer poses with new Aakash 2 tablets PCs. The Aakash 1 failed to meet expectations when critics pointed out problems with its quality and distribution.

$20 Tablet Computer Brings Internet to Underserved Communities

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From the U.S. to China, competition for the tablet computer market has companies fighting to provide the most up-to-date technology at the best price. Up…read more

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