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  • Experts say Janay Rice's Instagram comments reflect the complicated nature of domestic abuse

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. An Instagram message of just a few sentences Tuesday instantly flipped the national discussion on domestic violence from the violent football player to the woman he knocked out. "THIS IS OUR LIFE! What don't you all get," wrote Janay...
  • Miramar's Cole chooses WVU just hours after decommitting from FSU

    Miramar's Cole chooses WVU just hours after decommitting from FSU
    Once Miramar cornerback Tyrek Cole went to Twitter, the next five hours got interesting. Cole, after much speculation, used social media on Monday to “officially decommit” from Florida State. His choice created a window giving the appearance...
  • Twitter Study: Actors are a TV Show's 'Greatest Asset'

    With the new fall television season underway, Twitter is stressing to networks that the castmembers of their shows are far more powerful as a marketing tool on social media than the feeds devoted to each individual series. Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal" is...
  • DCF launches #itCANbedone campaign for former foster kids

    The message is that kids aging out of the foster care system can go to college, get a good job and have a happy life. The vehicle for the message is the statewide #itCANbedone social media campaign launched by the Florida Department of Children &...
  • Apple iPhone rollout marred by ‘bendgate,’ dropped cell service

    Apple iPhone rollout marred by ‘bendgate,’ dropped cell service
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Two new Apple products hit speed bumps on Wednesday: iPhone 6 Plus buyers discovered their phones can bend when placed in back pockets, and the company pulled its latest mobile operating system after reports of dropped cellular...
  • Ward's death could change the sport

    The Sports Xchange Ward's death could change the sport Tony Stewart's courtroom victory aside, no winners emerged Wednesday. The three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, whom a grand jury decided not to charge in the death of fellow sprint car...
  • How Big Data Helped ABC Redesign the Second Screen Experience

    When ABC became the first network to launch an app on Apple's iPad, it had to essentially guess how viewers wanted to interact with its shows on mobile devices. Four years later, Big Data has provided a clearer picture and factors heavily into the...
  • ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons for NFL Comments

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - 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...
  • #FreeSimmons: Twitter rallies behind Bill Simmons after ESPN suspension

    #FreeSimmons: Twitter rallies behind Bill Simmons after ESPN suspension
    Citing a breach of its journalistic standards, ESPN on Wednesday suspended columnist and commentator Bill Simmons for three weeks following a profanity-laden podcast in which he called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a liar.  The decision provoked...
  • 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...