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A group of information technology workers laid off by Walt Disney World says they're the victims of national origin discrimination because they were fired and replaced by contractors from India.

Monday, 19 December 2016 09:55

Facebook to Offer Tools to Combat Fake News

Facebook Inc said on Thursday that it would roll out a number of new tools to prevent fake news stories from spreading on the social media network.

Malawi's government on Thursday announced Africa's first drone air corridor to provide a controlled platform for drones to deliver needed services to communities.

Saturday, 17 December 2016 11:11

Computers in Class Bring Down Tests Scores

Having the world at your fingertips through the Internet was touted as a revolution in education, but a new study suggests Internet in the classroom is linked to poorer test scores.

Malawi's government on Thursday announced Africa's first drone air corridor to provide a controlled platform for drones to deliver needed services to communities.

Research has found that cancer cells can spread unseen, before a tumor develops, and leave a ticking time bomb in the body. But the scientists who made the discovery say it soon may be possible for doctors to target these "silent" cancer cells and kill them before they can kill the patient.

Thursday, 15 December 2016 08:24

Human Zika Antibodies Prevent Infection in Mice

WASHINGTON —
Chinese researchers have identified broadly neutralizing human antibodies from a Zika patient that protected mice against infection with the mosquito-borne illness.

Thursday, 15 December 2016 08:22

1 Billion Yahoo Accounts Hacked in 2013

A data breach in August 2013 exposed information held in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts, the company said Wednesday.

COLUMBUS, OHIO —
Republican Gov. John Kasich signed a bill Tuesday imposing a 20-week abortion ban while vetoing stricter provisions in a separate measure that would have barred the procedure at the first detectable fetal heartbeat.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016 16:36

Swiping Could Power Future Devices

One day soon, your smart phone could be charged by finger swipes, according to new research.

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