It sucks _ startups look to redesign the breast pump
NEW YORK (AP) -- Ask many mothers and they'll tell you, pumping sucks in more than one sense of the word....
Why resist? Get Windows 10 while it's still free
NEW YORK (AP) -- What are you waiting for? There are few reasons left to resist Microsoft's Windows 10 update, especially while it's still free....
Microsoft readies Windows 10 update, answers critics
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Microsoft has a birthday present for Windows 10 users: more capabilities for its Cortana digital assistant and new ways to ditch passwords....
Facebook's latest news feed tweak: This time, it's personal
NEW YORK (AP) -- Facebook has once again tweaked the formula it uses to decide what people will see in their news feed - and this time, it's personal....
After Fire flop, Amazon unveils phones with its apps, ads
NEW YORK (AP) -- Amazon is back in the phone business - sort of....
Uber software tracks drivers for high speed, sudden s
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Using smartphone sensors to peek over its drivers' shoulders, Uber is promising to keep a closer eye on their behavior - while discouraging speeding or slamming on the brakes....
Google offers new way for users to manage ads, personal data
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Google is trying to make it easier for you to manage the vast pool of information that it collects about your online activities across phones, computers and other devices....
How Amazon's Dash buttons can thwart smart shopping
NEW YORK (AP) -- Amazon is expanding its lineup of Dash buttons, its "Jetsons"-style devices that let you reorder a particular product with a single touch. The online retailer says the buttons offer "quick and easy" convenience - but they won't necessarily help you save money....
China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputy
BEIJING (AP) -- China has replaced its internet regulator, Lu Wei, the hard-liner responsible for leading the government's efforts to tighten control over domestic cyberspace and export the ruling Communist Party's philosophy of web control....
Health officials prepare for Zika, but local efforts tight
HOUSTON (AP) -- The poorest parts of Houston remind Dr. Peter Hotez of some of the neighborhoods in Latin America hardest hit by Zika....
Supreme Court on Monday threw out a Texas abortion access law in a victory to supporters of abortion rights. The 2013 law required doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and for the abortion clinics to meet the same building standards as ambulatory surgical centers. The state said the law was passed "to ensure patient safety and raise standards of care." The number of abortion clinics in Texas dropped to 19 from 42 since its passage.
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