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Like many children across the country, kindergartners at the Campbell Elementary School in Dracut celebrated Dr. Seuss' recent birthday by bringing their favorite Seuss book to share with the class.
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Well this is insanely cute. This young girl in South Korea is getting her first lesson in "How Not to Get Abducted," and she really, really doesn't get it.
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You know that the world of smartphone accessories is huge when there are multiple entries in a product category that probably isn't that big.
Plastic surgeons say they are seeing more patients who want facial surgery, and it's because of social media and the growing "selfie" trend.
Normally I'd never advocate going longer than 35 seconds without checking your iPhone for social news, Twitter favorites, or Facebook likes, but I'll definitely make an exception for UNICEF's Tap Project.
I've been using an iPhone for a few years, but I've always been curious about Android.
Apple is preparing a few significant tweaks for certain apps and system functions in iOS 8, the presumed next generation of Apple's mobile operating system, 9to5mac's Mark Gurman reports.
Great news, fellow travelers: If you are flying with United Airlines, as of next month you'll be able to stream movies from your iOS device.
United Airlines is set to launch a new service next month that will allow iPhone and iPad users to watch hundreds of movies and TV shows on their portable devices for free.
The saying "you get what you pay for" isn't necessarily true when it comes to technology products, as I've discovered when comparing fitness watches, phones, tablets and TVs.
While Apple's new mobile software update may have fixed some iPhone issues, it may have introduced a whole new problem.
Waning popularity and a wounded reputation are likely to dull the edge of China's consumer day TV expose when it airs on Saturday, offering some relief for companies that have in the past taken pains to avoid any fallout from the once-a-year show.
When Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird invited questions from the public via the twitter hashtag #AskBaird this week, a few were rude and several went unanswered.
Microsoft will ship a new edition of Office 365 in the spring called Personal, with the announcement phrased in a way that seems to tease the arrival of native editions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint for iPads and Android tablets.
Tired of waiting for Office to be optimized for their mobile gadgets, a growing contingent of younger companies is turning to cheaper, simpler and touch-friendly apps that can perform word processing and other tasks in the cloud.