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North Carolina Criminalizes Cyberbullying of Teachers

In North Carolina, children and teens aren't the only victims of bullying. On the Internet, teachers report being tormented and provoked by students. As...

Al Gore Joins Social Good Summit

We're excited to announce that former Vice President Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project will host a "Climate Hour" session at this year's...

What Samsung’s New American HQ Says About the Korean Giant

Samsung breaks ground on a new $300 million North American headquarters building in San Jose today. The building will house more than 2,000 employees...

This Is the First Arrest Filmed With Google Glass

A fight broke out on a New Jersey boardwalk, and a guy sporting Google’s wearable computer was there to capture it all with just...

10 Social Good Summit Meetups Pushing for Change Around the World

Dozens of meetups around the world came together for the Social Good Summit.Image: United Nations Development ProgrammeThe Social Good Summit brings many of...

64% of Tech Executives Think Romney Would Be Better for the...

Would a second Barack Obama term be better for the technology industry, or would it be more prosperous under a Mitt Romney administration? Most...

Social Good Summit, Day 2: Watch the Global Conversations Live

The Social Good Summit continues Sunday in New York — but you can still join in the global conversation even if you couldn't make...

Unlikely Tech Alliance Aids Recovery After Sandy

Last weekend, more than ten days after superstorm Sandy, and after many days of darkness, most residents of Red Hook finally had power back....

Controversial SOPA Author to Lead Congressional Tech Committee

Lamar Smith, the Texas Republican representative who authored the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), was selected Wednesday as the Chairman of the House Science,...

Most of Sunday’s Deadly Tornadoes Came With Plenty of Warning

A home damaged by a tornado stands without a roof in Baxter Springs, Kansas, Monday, April 28, 2014. Image: Orlin Wagner/Associated PressThe violent, long-lasting...