- Congress gives final OK to banning local Internet taxes
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
- Myspace still exists? Yes, and now Time Inc. owns it
NEW YORK (AP) — Myspace still exists?
- Campaign signs get new life to help people with disabilities
DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — The oversized Carly Fiorina campaign signs along New Hampshire's Route 4 weren't enough to keep the Republican presidential hopeful's campaign alive past Tuesday's primary, but they could end up helping people with disabilities live their lives more independently.
- Fantasy sports companies defend embattled industry
BOSTON (AP) — Daily fantasy sports companies say their industry remains viable despite a rocky start to 2016.
- Head of Google in Europe grilled by UK lawmakers
LONDON (AP) — A British parliamentary committee has grilled Google's president of European operations, questioning in blunt terms whether the Internet giant had paid its fair share of taxes.
- Nokia says quarterly profit rose but cautions on outlook
HELSINKI (AP) — Nokia Corp. saw fourth-quarter profit grow more than 50 percent to 498 million euros ($560 million) on a slight increase in sales, but the telecom networks company cautioned it would face some "market headwinds," especially in China.
- NYPD has used cell tracking technology 1,000 times since '08
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department has used secretive cellphone tracking technology more than 1,000 times since 2008, according to data released Thursday by the New York Civil Liberties Union.
- Disappearing act: Twitter reports flatlining user growth
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter set out to build a virtual town square bustling with billions of people. But it's starting to look more like a novelty stand as the masses flock to other services that strike a more personal chord.
- Twitter tweaks its timeline in pursuit of more users
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter is tweaking the way that tweets appear in its users' timelines in its latest attempt to broaden the appeal of its messaging service.
- Key things to know about changes in Twitter's timeline
NEW YORK (AP) — Twitter's tweaking its timeline to emphasize certain tweets from people you follow, but don't expect dramatic changes from the chronological feed you're used to.
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