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Android Makers Really Want to Make Their Phones Eye-Catching

By Anick Jesdanun | Aug 20
It's getting rarer for phone launches to generate excitement these days - especially in the Android world, where all models use the same underlying Google software.

Powell Told Clinton of His Use of A Private Email at State

By Michael Biesecker | Aug 19
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell says he sent Hillary Clinton a memo touting his use of a personal email account after she took over as the nation's top diplomat in 2009.

Zika Researchers Seeking Volunteers Willing to be Infected

By Lauran Neergaard | Aug 19
Wanted: Volunteers willing to be infected with the Zika virus for science. It may sound bizarre, but researchers are planning just such a study to help speed development of much-needed Zika vaccines.

Stalking, Scientology and Sex: Gawker's Biggest Moments

By Mae Anderson | Aug 19
Here are some of the biggest - and most notorious - stories during Gawker's nearly 14-year tenure.

Railroads Show Little Progress on Key Safety Technology

By Joan Lowy | Aug 19
Many commuter and freight railroads have made little progress installing safety technology designed to prevent deadly collisions and derailments despite a mandate from Congress.

More Small Businesses Put Focus On A Mobile-First Strategy

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Aug 19
More small business owners are recognizing that however they've reached customers in the past, mobile not only needs to be part of their strategy but may need to be the primary focus of their marketing.

Natural Cycles First Health App For Women To Be Regulated As A Medical Device

By EDGE | Aug 19
Natural Cycles, the fertility app that has been shown in recent clinical studies to be as effective as the contraceptive pill at preventing pregnancies, has become the first health app for women to be regulated as a medical device.

Gawker.com to Shut Down Next Week

By Tali Abrel | Aug 18
Gawker.com is going to shut down as its parent company is sold to Univision, a reporter for the 14-year-old site said Thursday.

NPR Ending Online Comments

Aug 18
NPR's comments section is going off the air.

Survey: Too Many New Smartphone Models Released Each Year

By Youkyung Lee | Aug 18
Consumers think smartphone makers are releasing too many new models each year, a survey showed Tuesday.

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