TWITTER IS NOW giving you the option of receiving private messages from people you don’t “follow” on its popular social network.
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The Santa Clara, Calif., -based computer chip manufacturing company is launching a gaming console with a new business model that’s poised to leapfrog right over Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo.
Microsoft promised this morning to release by the end of April a set of Office applications that it calls “Universal” for smartphones running Windows 10.
Twitter is getting a makeover amid concerns that its user growth is slowing.
A new technology from researchers at Ohio State allows runners to feel as if they are speeding up or slowing down naturally.