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50 countries vow to fight cybercrime - US and Russia don’t

Fifty nations and over 150 tech companies are pledging to do more to fight criminal activity on the internet, including interference in elections and hate speech. But the United States, Russia and China are not among them.

SAP buys Qualtrics for $8b; It surveys customers and analyses employee sentiment

Qualtrics will operate as an entity within SAP's cloud business group.

SAP buys Qualtrics for $8b; It surveys customers and analyses employee sentiment

Qualtrics will operate as an entity within SAP's cloud business group.

With Uber Eats' fast growth comes potential for profit

In three years, the Uber Eats restaurant food delivery service has grown from an experiment to serving much of the U.S. and major cities worldwide

With Uber Eats' fast growth comes potential for profit

In three years, the Uber Eats restaurant food delivery service has grown from an experiment to serving much of the U.S. and major cities worldwide

Nikon Coolpix P1000: Can a zoom lens be too big?

The P1000 is like the P900 on steroids. It's physically bigger and heavier, and the built-in lens has an insane zoom range of 125x.

Nikon Coolpix P1000: Can a zoom lens be too big?

The P1000 is like the P900 on steroids. It's physically bigger and heavier, and the built-in lens has an insane zoom range of 125x.
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Geisinger head Feinberg to work for Google

Feinberg will lead health-care efforts at Google.

Uber guideline now prohibits broadcasting passenger images

The ride-hailing company Uber has instituted a new guideline prohibiting drivers from broadcasting passengers' images amid privacy concerns after a St. Louis-area driver posted hundreds of videos.

Penn State study finding rural broadband speeds are even slower than suspected

In Pennsylvania, only 803,645 residents, about 6 percent of the population, have "high speed" internet.

How a Bucks County start-up wants to help you trust your mechanic

Bolt On Technology, of Southampton, aims to eliminate customer mistrust of auto mechanics through electronic sharing of photos and video during the repair process.

IPhone XR: The best $250 you ever saved on a new phone

The $750 middle child of Apple's confusing new lineup is the best-value iPhone in years. Here's why you should consider the XR instead of the XS.

Philadelphia 100: Fast growth + historic low unemployment = hiring challenges

Besides some of the region's fast-growing companies, the Philadelphia 100 this year shows how hard it can be to hire.

Amazon met with ICE officials over facial-recognition system that could identify immigrants

The move could shove the tech giant further into a growing debate over the industry's work with the government.

Esport betting platform gets license for video game gambling

Video gamers in the United States and elsewhere will soon be able to bet on themselves.

Tiny wireless-network experiment falters as AT&T, Verizon balk

Three years ago, the U.S. government decided to offer airwave licenses for small areas so factories, ports, and power plants could set up their own wireless networks without relying on commercial carriers.

Google promises its Pixel 3 phone is sexier on the inside than the outside

Google's new smartphone can screen calls and take its own photos using artificial intelligence. Is that enough to overcome data worries, and win converts from Samsung and Apple?

Facebook says millions of users had names, search history and location data stolen in recent hack

An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.

New evidence of hacked Super Micro hardware found in U.S. telecom

Discovery shows China continues to sabotage critical technology components bound for America.

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