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GAO: EPA Skirted Procedures in Overhaul of Science Boards
Stats Show How AOC Dominating Social Media Attention
Sex Tech in, Skimpy Outfits Out as CES Show Seeks Diversity

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Stats Show How AOC Dominating Social Media Attention

GAO: EPA Skirted Procedures in Overhaul of Science Boards

By David Bauder |
The Democratic representative from Queens dwarfed the Democrats who are seeking President's job in a measurement of social media interactions with news articles by the trackin...

Stats Show How AOC Dominating Social Media Attention

Stats Show How AOC Dominating Social Media Attention

By David Bauder | Jul 18
The Democratic representative from Queens dwarfed the Democrats who are seeking President's job in a measurement of social media interactions with news articles by the tracking firm NewsWhip.

Myths and Risks in App that Gives You Peek into Older Self

Myths and Risks in App that Gives You Peek into Older Self

By Rachel Lerman | Jul 18
Is a peek into the future worth your privacy in the present? That concern was pushed to the spotlight this week with the resurgence of a smartphone app that uses artificial intelligence to transform your current face into your younger and older selves.

Finance Execs Meet in Paris to Haggle over Tech and Trade

Finance Execs Meet in Paris to Haggle over Tech and Trade

Jul 17
The top finance officials of the Group of Seven rich democracies are arriving at Chantilly, in a chateau north of Paris, at the start of a two-day meeting aimed at finding common ground on how to tax technology companies and other issues.

Sex Tech in, Skimpy Outfits Out as CES Show Seeks Diversity

Sex Tech in, Skimpy Outfits Out as CES Show Seeks Diversity

Jul 17
The CES gadget show is cracking down on its dress code, introducing more sessions focused on women and minorities and creating a new "sex tech" category after a debacle over a robotic personal massager for women.

Apollo 11 Moon Landing Had Thousands Working Behind Scenes

Apollo 11 Moon Landing Had Thousands Working Behind Scenes

By Marcia Dunn | Jul 17
It took 400,000 people to put Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon a half-century ago, including engineers, scientists, mechanics, technicians, pilots, divers, seamstresses, secretaries and more who worked tirelessly behind the scenes.