Gender Equality Finally Reaches Google EmojisAll of the new emoji professions will include both genders and all skin tones.
Welcome To The Digital Playground - Life Post-Pokémon GoAt this point, we can say there was life before Pokémon Go... and life after.
New York Public Library Releases App For E-BooksThe app, which is called "SimplyE," is for anyone with a library card and access to either an Android or iOS device.
Police: Popular 'Pokemon Go' Poses Numerous Risks To Players Including Robberies, AccidentsThe free-to-play Pokémon Go app is a huge hit, but police say the popular new app is not just fun and games.
Microsoft Betting Big On 'Mixed Reality' TechnologyMicrosoft calls it "mixed reality" -- the headset maps its environment and lets you add 3-D images.
Minimally-Invasive Pump Could Be A Life Saver For Heart Attack PatientsWhen you hear the words artificial, implantable heart pump, you probably think major surgery and a very large device.
Heterosexual Pride Day Becomes Top Trend On TwitterWhat appears to be a tongue-in-cheek social media movement to mark June 29 as a day to celebrate heterosexual pride has become one of the day's top online trends.
‘Nanit’ Baby Monitor Could Improve Sleep Quality For You And Your BabyNow, brand new technology to monitor your child's sleep quality is here to help. The Nanit is safely hung above a crib to give a bird's eye view of your child's sleep patterns.
Waze Navigation App Considers Controversial New Feature After Brazil MurderWaze, the smartphone navigation app used by more than 50 million drivers, is considering some controversial new features in the name of safety.
FBI Issues New Warning About 'Ransomware'"Ransomware" is a type of malware that encrypts all of the files on a computer and a hacker demands a ransom to decrypt the system.
Free Wi-Fi Kiosks Prompt Concerns Of Potential Misuse By Homeless New YorkersPayphones are being replaced with high-tech kiosks that offer internet access and smartphone charging, but some fear they're becoming hotspots for the homeless.
‘Kinvolved’ App Helps Teachers, Parents Crackdown On Student TruancyNot only does it track attendance, but tardiness as well, and can be used for everyday communication with parents.

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