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  • ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons for NFL Comments

    ESPN has suspended analyst Bill Simmons for three weeks over a profanity-laced rant in which he called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a "liar" and challenged his bosses at ESPN to punish him for criticizing the league's recent handling of its domestic...
  • New 'Bash' software bug may pose bigger threat than 'Heartbleed'

    New 'Bash' software bug may pose bigger threat than 'Heartbleed'
    A newly discovered security bug in a widely used piece of Linux software, known as "Bash," could pose a bigger threat to computer users than the "Heartbleed" bug that surfaced in April, cyber experts warned on Wednesday. Bash is the software used to...
  • A tale of Twitter, parodies and police

    A tale of Twitter, parodies and police
    For as long as there has been Twitter, there have been parody accounts. U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, to the pope, public figures often find themselves the subject of these impersonations. Most have come to accept them as...
  • Twitter working on targeted ads for movie buffs

    Do you tweet about your favorite movies or follow a movie's Twitter account? Soon, Hollywood studios will be able to market directly to you on the microblogging platform.  Twitter said it is working on targeted ads for movie buffs, similar to the...
  • Apple customers discover unexpected flexibility in iPhone 6 Plus

    Apple customers discover unexpected flexibility in iPhone 6 Plus
    Apple iPhone 6 Plus buyers have discovered an unexpected quirk in their new phones: they bend when placed in back pockets. "Bendgate," as the issue has already been dubbed on social-media sites, is a reminder of 2010's "antennagate," when iPhone 4 users...
  • Twitter Pitches Studios on Ads Aimed at Movie Tweeters

    Twitter, looking to earn more marketing coin from Hollywood studios, has launched a new program that can target ads to the social site's users who are chatting about films. Advertisers already can buy sponsored tweets based on users' keywords, but the...
  • Investigation finds no Ferguson grand jury leak, but finds a 'hack'

    Investigation finds no Ferguson grand jury leak, but finds a 'hack'
    The leaks from the grand jury investigating the police shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., are not coming from the grand jurors themselves, officials said Thursday. The St. Louis area is tensely awaiting the grand jury's decision,...
  • Twitter Analytics: Learn more about your tweets

    If you've never typed analytics.twitter.com into your browser, I'll give you a minute to do that now. But you have to promise me one thing: You have to come back and read the rest of this column, because it's that easy to get lost in a sea of awesome data...
  • Samsung sales plunge despite rewards aimed at smartphone owners

    Samsung sales plunge despite rewards aimed at smartphone owners
    With smartphone buyers increasingly choosing iPhones or lower-cost options over its devices, Samsung Electronics has been hammered this year. The latest news on Wednesday showed operating profit fell more than 60% to $3.9 billion in the third quarter...
  • Social media fall tune-up: A few things worth doing now

    Social media fall tune-up: A few things worth doing now
    Every fall, we take a closer look at the leaves and we embrace everything pumpkin spice. There's nothing wrong with that, and there's also nothing wrong with making a few social media changes. Save the big stuff for social media spring cleaning (which...
  • Orbital Sciences vows comeback after rocket explosion

    Orbital Sciences vows comeback after rocket explosion
    Executives from Orbital Sciences Corp. tried to reassure investors Wednesday that the company would withstand the explosion of its unmanned rocket bound for the International Space Station. “Certainly a failure like this is not helpful,”...