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Your Facebook password belongs in your will
The average American values his or her digital assets, such as photo libraries, personal communication, and entertainment files, at about $55,000, a value based on sentimental attachments as well as financial investments in music, application and software purchases.
True student-athletes no longer exist
Here’s what I found shocking about recent investigative reports from Yahoo! Sports about five SEC players receiving illegal benefits and Sports Illustrated’s exhaustive look at Oklahoma State’s rise to football prominence: Nothing.
Music can distract kids from the pain of medical procedures
A growing body of research shows what many parents know instinctively: Music is an effective way to distract young children from painful medical procedures.
VIDEO: Walking whales? Fossil shows whales once had legs
Fossil remains of a 40 million year old walking whale have been found in Southern Peru.
VIDEO: Time-lapse shows Costa Concordia operation
Time-lapse footage shot by an Associated Press photographer shows the wreckage of the Costa Concordia cruise ship being pulled completely upright during a complicated, 19-hour operation.
Apps put employees' personal devices to work
A handful of tech companies are betting that smartphones will eventually serve a different role in the workplace than they do outside.
If you text a driver who causes an accident, should you be held liable?
Texting while driving is a stupid activity that could end in injury, death and/or criminal and civil liability for the texter. But what about the person on the other end of that text message?
VIDEO: AT&T apologizes after being slammed for 9/11 tweet
AT&T apologized for an image posted on its Twitter feed Wednesday, which it says was intended as a tribute to the victims of 9/11. But, not everyone saw it that way.
VIDEO: Texas teens save kidnapping victim who mouthed 'help me'
After seeing a woman in a neighboring car mouth "help me," two Texas teens phoned the police to report the kidnapping. ABC News met with the teens after the 911 call was released
VIDEO: Ga. town may place rifles in schools
Parents in Gainesville, Ga., are talking about a new proposal to store assault rifles inside three city schools.
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