Hiroshima unhappy atomic-bomb park is 'Pokemon Go' site
TOKYO (AP) -- "Pokemon Go" players are descending on an atomic bomb memorial park in Hiroshima, and officials of the western Japanese city are displeased....
Nintendo sinks into loss despite 'Pokemon Go' global success
TOKYO (AP) -- Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. sagged into a loss of 24.53 billion yen ($232 million) for the fiscal first quarter through June, despite the global success of the "Pokemon Go" augmented reality game....
Apple supplier LG Display puts $1.8B into flexible displays
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- LG Display Co., a supplier of Apple's iPhone screens, said Wednesday that it will invest 1.99 trillion won ($1.75 billion) to produce flexible displays for smartphones, in a sign that more high-end smartphone makers may adopt flexible screens in the near future....
Washington scientist launches effort to digitize all fish
SEATTLE (AP) -- University of Washington biology professor Adam Summers no longer has to coax hospital staff to use their CT scanners so he can visualize the inner structures of sting ray and other fish....
'Pokemon Go' fans play in India despite no official launch
NEW DELHI (AP) -- "Pokemon Go" has yet to officially arrive in India, but that's not stopping people there from playing the highly addictive online game....
Comcast beats Street 2Q forecasts, revenue rises
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Comcast's second quarter was stronger than Wall Street had expected as the company narrowed the loss of video subscribers and revenue took off....
As iPhone sale sag, Apple touts apps and services instead
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- You can expect to hear a lot more from Apple about the virtues of mobile apps and online services in coming months. And for good reason: They're just about the only part of Apple's business that's growing right now....
Twitter still struggling to grow as rivals race ahead
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Twitter is in danger of becoming the next internet company forced into a desperation sale if it cannot find a way to start luring people and advertisers back to its sometimes-befuddling messaging service....
'Anything's possible' _ Obama points to Russia on DNC hack
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Russia may have been behind the leak of hacked Democratic National Committee documents, President Barack Obama said Tuesday in his first public comments on the breach....
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Which concerns you most about the exposed DNC emails; that Russia may have played a role, or apparent party favoritism shown Hillary Clinton during the primaries? <More Info>
The release by WikiLeaks of 20,000 stolen emails from the DNC's computer servers, proved embarrassing to Democratic leaders, while raising questions about Russian intelligence agencies disrupting the 2016 campaign. The emails exposed how the Democratic apparatus favored Hillary Clinton over her primary rival, Senator Bernie Sanders, triggering the resignation of the party chairwoman. Clinton's campaign accused the email leaks on Russia, for the purpose of helping Donald Trump.
Has Hillary Clinton been held to a different standard, being scrutinized more than other past presidential candidates?