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2 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
Considering how many emails most professionals get, you should take careful measures when emailing your colleagues to avoid annoying them and to get what you need.
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6 hrs ago | Patch.com
Last May I began working on a piece of legislation called the Kelsey Smith Act. I became aware of the Kelsey Smith Act after reading a story about another state adopting this legislation.
10 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
THE Sunshine Coast church which took Brett Cowan into its flock has conceded it could have done more to protect its congregation from the serial pedophile.
14 hrs ago | CNet News
Google Glass has provoked a lot of angst among those worried about the electronic eyewear is rude, weird, or creepy -- and for good reason.
Cell phones importers, who did not take into consideration the Pakistan Telecom Authority's orders to not to import phones without IMEI numbers, will now probably face huge losses as their shipments will not be cleared.
The ongoing Malaysia 370 investigation coincides with my being in transit, with family, and away from the Internet most of each day.
While appearing on the satirical faux-interview internet show "Between Two Ferns," Barack Obama may have made claims concerning the low costs of ObamaCare that weren't quite as cheap as he's been touting.
Two aid workers from Germany's GIZ are now nurturing start-ups in the Ethiopian capital - from a text messaging service for job seekers to bamboo ramps for skateboarders.
Back in June, President Obama assured us that that NSA was "not looking into content" of millions of mobile phone calls; instead, the agency was simply collecting metadata.
A new mobile payment service with the potential to link up every current account in the country with a phone number is set to be used more than one billion times in the next five years, the UK's payment body forecasts.
More mobile phone problems have been reported by Citizens Advice ahead of today's World Consumer Rights Day.
Curtis Reeves, seen here in court and accused of killing a man in a movie theater over his cell phone use, sent a text himself moments before the shooting.
The European Union took another step on Thursday towards the mandatory introduction of a common mobile phone charger, which could power-up all makes of handsets.
India's Supreme Court on Friday ordered Nokia to give a 35 billion rupees guarantee before it transfers one of its biggest mobile phone plants and other assets in the country to Microsoft Corp. The ruling upheld a lower court verdict over the plant in Chennai, which is the subject of a tax dispute, and had been challenged by the Finnish company.
The directive, which was passed by the European Parliament to give people relief from drawers full of separate chargers, will allow phone makers to continue supplying different connector cables with their phones.
Citizens Advice has called on the mobile phone industry to do more to prevent shock bills, saying companies are "hanging customers out to dry".