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The singer says her father has misused her name to further his entertainment business....

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Facebook's '10 Year Challenge' Is Just a Harmless Meme—Right?

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CES crowds can be tough — especially toward the end of the week. You’re physically and emotionally drained, and you’re pretty sure you’ve seen everything the consumer electronics world has to offer. And then something comes along to knock your socks off. Square Off was one such product, impressing the crowd at our meetup...

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The federal government produces one hell of a lot of data, but despite desultory lurches toward usability, there’s little guarantee that it’s available in a way that makes it useful to anyone. That may change for the better with the OPEN Government Data Act, which the president signed into law last night.

The act essentially requires...

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The movie will tell the story of a young mother who reconnects with her playboy father in New York City. Production is supposed to begin this...

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How the new VR screen could end the smartphone

Philip RosedaleContributor
Philip Rosedale is co-founder and CEO of High Fidelity.

A smartphone screen is a wonder of the world. It’s not just that it’s bright and colorful and sharp. In some ways, it’s as good as human biology allows. We’ve packed so many pixels into such a small space that any more would be lost on us....

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