Is 'Real ID' tech more secure? Experts weigh-in
On Friday, Gov. Tom Wolf will sign PA's "Real ID" law, starting the process of bringing the Commonwealth into compliance with federal law.
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Mark Zuckerberg Gave Harvard Grads Some Funny Dating Advice in His Commencement Speech
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg gave the commencement address for Harvard University. In drizzly weather, the tech mogul spoke passionately about purpose and community. But of...
8 hours ago - Time - 2 articles
Report: TSA investigating if tech executives received secret Mineta San Jose Airport codes
The TSA is looking into accusations that tech execs in the Bay Area got secret airport codes.
9 hours ago - ABC
Montana vote pits tech millionaire against populist crooner
HELENA, Mont. - The special election Thursday to fill Montana's lone congressional seat features a Republican tech millionaire who portrays himself as a gun-loving, fly-fishing...
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Here's How You Can Make Your Own Fidget Spinner With LEGO Blocks
If you're ready to jump on the fidget spinner bandwagon - the toy craze that seems to be obsessing the nation - but still don't want to shell out a hard-earned $5 or more for...
12 hours ago - Time
Air: Changing the Atmosphere
Earthrise looks at some high-tech innovations that help clean the air.
18 hours ago - Al Jazeera
Military space tech smuggler arrested in US, faces 150yrs in prison
A Chinese woman has been charged with conspiracy to smuggle over $100,000 worth of highly sensitive, military-grade space communications technology out of the US to Hong Kong.
19 hours ago - RT
Harding Student, Out For Medical Treatment, Gets Surprise From Automotive Class
ST. PAUL - A Harding High School junior who is battling a deadly disease got a surprise pick-me-up from his classmates and teachers. Noah Martin, 16, was diagnosed last fall...
1 day ago - CBS
Parental tech time can cause behavioral problems in kids: study
When Timmy gets in trouble for fighting at school, maybe it's Mommy or Daddy who should lose their cell phone privileges.
1 day ago - NY Daily News
VIDEO: DroneView7 captures drone flying over wine country in Napa
Forget hot air balloons, drones are taking over the sky in Napa as a high tech effort to make the wine even better. DroneView7 got a look at a drone as it buzzed around wine...
1 day ago - ABC
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LeBron James breaks Michael Jordan's playoff scoring record
LeBron James surpassed Michael Jordan for the top spot on the NBA's all-time playoff scoring list on Thursday night.
Evacuations underway due to large fire in downtown Stockton
Crews are battling a large fire in Stockton.
Oakland proposes $1 million for teen in police sex scandal
Oakland, California is proposing to pay nearly $1 million to the teen daughter of a police dispatcher who says she was sexually abused by officers.
Cleveland Cavaliers beat Boston Celtics to advance to NBA Finals
Cleveland Cavaliers beat Boston Celtics 135-102 in Game 5 to advance to NBA Finals against Golden State Warriors.
Armed man arrested at Phoenix Comicon
Police arrested a man at Phoenix Comicon on Thursday after he made it into the event with four guns and a knife.
AT&T, Coke & more ditch Puerto Rican Day Parade over controversial honoree
Coca-Cola, AT&T, JetBlue, Univision, The Daily News, the New York Yankees and Goya Foods are among the companies that have decided not to sponsor the event, which is scheduled...
Cops put parking lot crack cocaine in 'lost and found'
In a post headlined "FOUND ITEM," police quipped the drug had been placed in the department's "lost and found box" and invited the owner to come retrieve it.
Dear Harvard: 10 memorable quotes from Zuckerberg's speech
The Facebook founder received an honorary degree from the college on Thursday.
$6 billion in improper student aid payments found at Ed Dept
Improper payments are disbursements that should not have been made, went to the wrong recipient, were for an incorrect amount or were not documented properly.
Mayors urge Trump to support community development program
The program's budget has taken 'a share of deep cuts' in recent years - nearly $1.4 billion since 2001.