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On Cutting-Edge Voter Data, Trump Critically Behind Clinton

By Thomas Beaumont | May 30
Donald Trump trails Hillary Clinton by months, even years, in using fast-evolving digital campaigning to win over voters, data specialists working with the GOP say.

Cellphone Radiation Study Raises Concerns Despite Low Risk

By Seth Borenstein | May 30
A new federal study of the potential dangers of cellphone radiation, conducted in rats, found a slight increase in brain tumors in males.

Now Gawker Has Its Own Billionaire Backer, Sort Of

May 30
The courtroom fight between former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan and news-and-gossip site Gawker is becoming a battleground of sorts for Silicon Valley tycoons as well.

Beijing Tracks the Elderly As They Take Buses, Go Shopping

By Louise Watt | May 30
These days, when people over 80 in Beijing take a bus, see a doctor or spend money, their activities are digitally tracked by the government, as part of an effort to improve services for the country's rapidly growing elderly population.

Uncharted Waters: Restoring Deep Gulf Fouled by BP Spill

By Cain Burdeau | May 30
Far offshore and a mile deep in the dark world below the Gulf of Mexico's gleaming surface, the catastrophic BP oil spill of 2010 did untold damage on the ocean floor. But scientists are unsure they can do much to heal places in the deep.

Facebook and Microsoft Team Up for Underwater Cable

May 30
Facebook and Microsoft are teaming up to build an underwater cable that will run across the Atlantic Ocean.

Microsoft Bans Bad Passwords

May 30
Microsoft has compiled a list of passwords that you won't be able to use.

End of the Road for Antibiotics?

May 29
Federal health officials say the U.S. could be reaching the end of the road for antibiotics.

Does Facebook Have Better Technology Than the FBI?

May 29
Facebook says they can accurately identify a person 98 percent of the time, while the FBI identifies the correct person only 85 percent of the time.

Archaeologist: Boston Shipwreck is Rare, Remarkable Find

By Rodrique Ngowi | May 28
A sunken, burned ship from the 1800s uncovered during a construction project in Boston's Seaport District is a rare and remarkable find, the city's archaeologist said.

Hot New Trend in Cuban ID Photos: Digital Suits and Blouses

By Michael Wasserstein | May 28
It wasn't yet 10 a.m. but Juan Carlos Espinosa was sweating when he exited his Soviet-era Lada sedan in front of a photo studio in the middle-class Havana neighborhood of 10 de Octubre.

11 States Could Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports By Year's End

By Wayne Perry | May 28
As many as 11 states may adopt regulations permitting and regulating daily fantasy sports by the end of the year, according to an analyst who closely tracks the issue.

App Helps Iowa Man Get Drunken Driving Conviction Tossed

By Ryan J. Foley | May 27
An Iowa man's use of a smartphone application to get legal help in the middle of the night proved key in getting his drunken driving conviction overturned.

Best New Theme Park Rides: Virtual Reality, Interactivity

By Terrance Harris | May 27
You're flying alongside Superman, seeing the world as the Man of Steel views it, thanks to virtual reality headsets on a roller coaster at Six Flags New England.

How Silicon Valley is Taking on News and Media

May 27
The public battle between tech billionaire Peter Thiel and Gawker Media is intensifying.

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