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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Uber riders in Pittsburgh can get a glimpse of the future by summoning a car capable of handling most of the...
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By NOW Marketing Group For a non-designer using graphic design software can seem a bit daunting. There may be times when you need to create...
Rural broadband companies contributed more than $24 billion to the U.S. economy in 2015 through their own operations and the follow-on impact of their operations. Additionally, over $100 billion in e-commerce was supported by rural broadband, with the largest share drawn from the manufacturing sector.

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Having higher speed internet access can do more than simply improve your family’s enjoyment of entertainment and games. Today, experts say that better broadband...
Marc Bowker, small business owner,, saw sales double at his downtown storefront during the first Lure event.

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Alter Ego Comics using the power of the mobile app to boost sales Interview and story by Taylor Johnson Bowker, owner of Alter Ego Comics...
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Box Island is a charming mobile coding game where kids take part in an epic adventure on the mysterious Box Island. A truly unique...
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Tour a monument, museums for free with these mobile apps By appolearning.com As more and more classrooms embrace digital and virtual experiences, many developers have produced...
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Apple releases five educational apps, games for learning By AppoLearning.com In 2014, more than 500 games were released per day for iOS, Apple's mobile operating system....
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By AppoLearning.com Appolicious 5 free mobile apps to improve media literacy Media literacy and digital citizenship are trending focus areas when it comes to the intersection of...

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NEW YORK (AP) — Shoppers traded bricks for clicks on Monday, flocking online to snap up "Cyber Monday" deals on everything from cashmere sweaters...
FILE - This July 16, 2013 file photo shows a sign at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. The heartache of a broken relationship may soon become less painful on Facebook. The world’s largest social network is trying to help people who have split up with a spouse or lover, offering a new feature that spares them from constantly seeing their former partner’s posts and pictures in their news feed. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook is trying to ease the heartache of breaking up. A feature announced Thursday will allow people who have split up...