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MySpace sale is a tale of caution

In an era where Facebook and Twitter dominate the scene, MySpace, which saw its peak in popularity in 2006, has been rendered irrelevant.

Wake-up call: media overload among minority youth

Young people of color spend about 4.5 more hours daily than their white counterparts using television, mobile devices, computers and other forms of media.


Supreme Court OK’s violent video games

Are violent video games dangerous for young minds and is the U.S. military using such games as a way to recruit young people to go to war?


Naki’o: the amazing bionic puppy

Naki'o made history as the first pet to have a complete set of bionic legs.


Facebook may recognize faces instead of privacy

Facebook recently took the liberty of changing its users' privacy settings in order to allow for its latest feature, facial recognition software.

Other countries ahead of U.S. on electric cars

Where are we in regard to clean energy and fuel-efficient cars in the U.S.? It appears other countries are leading the way.


What Google and Facebook are hiding

When does Google stop being a helping hand and start turning into "Big Brother"?


Expand broadband for minority communities, advocates say

Labor and civil rights groups are recommending the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) do more to expand high speed Internet and broadband services for low-income and minority communities.


FCC approves controversial Internet rules

The Federal Communications Commission approved first-time regulations on companies that provide Internet service, but Al Franken is upset about it.

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