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Congressional Democrats are arguing that the approximately 4 million uninsured – who now owe tax penalties – should get a second chance to sign up for Obamacare. For 2014, the fine for remaining uninsured was $95 or 1 percent of household income, due with 2014 returns, but the fine goes up for 2015 and 2016.
Targeted at families, the updated version of the 75-year-old View-Master has users insert a smartphone into a headset. Using a smartphone app, the gadget hopes to immerse kids in a slew of virtual worlds, from far-off cities to outer space.
Facebook's last significant outage was nearly five years ago.
13-year-old Shubham Banerjee built a Braille printer for $350 out of LEGOs. Now, he's got venture capital funding to build a better Braille printer.
People protest in Hong Kong on Oct. 11 against what they say is the abuse of pro-democracy protesters by Hong Kong police.
The sales moratorium on the nearly 2-year-old 'Explorer' edition of Google Glass goes into effect Jan. 19.
The Bloomberg innovation grant city winners include Boston, L.A., Jerusalem, Seattle, and Jersey City, N.J. The Bloomberg Philanthropies grants range from $400,000 to $1 million annually for three years,
Technology companies in Silicon Valley are notorious for lacking diversity. So Jesse Jackson and his Rainbow Push organization held a summit Wednesday to promote diversity in technology companies.
Though most business and information is spread over the Internet, some people still lack access to it. Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the Web, says everyone should be able to make use of it.
The FBI is investigating threatening emails sent to some employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment, and trying to identify the person or group responsible.
A new study finds that Americans are turning away from live television events. What does that mean for the future of television?
Sony's corporate email and other internal systems were knocked offline, according to reports by Variety and other trade publications.
Everything you need to know about Apple Pay.
Shopping for a new phone, but don't want to break the bank? Here are some good smart phones that cost a third of top-brands but still have all the frills.
The U.S. military and automakers are scrambling to fortify the cyber defenses of commercially available cars before criminals and even terrorists penetrate them.
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