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Epic Foundation’s new app lets you see where your donations are going

Meet Epic, the non-profit looking to introduce more technology and data to the nonprofit universe, starting with a new app called Impact that actually lets donors see where and how their charitable donations are being used.
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More than half of Facebook users now connect to the site with just a mobile phone

Over half of the social networking site's active users used only their mobile devices to connect in the first quarter of this year. The company's significant growth outside North America and Europe is the reason.
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The European Commission's 'single digital market' would mean a free flow of data

In its plans for a "single digital market," the European Commission calls for a 50 billion euro investment to let members share data and emerging technologies, but privacy issues remain.
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Ted Cruz the victim of domain squatting for the second time in his campaign

Within minutes of Wednesday's announcement of former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina as his running mate, Ted Cruz once again found himself learning a valuable lesson on securing your online presence before going public.
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These 11 Google Play apps are stealing your hard-earned cash

Be very careful which payment apps you download from Google Play -- a total of 11 apps were recently found on Google Play to be part of a phishing scam, whereby attackers used the apps to trick users into handing over login info for payment…
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Watch the hilarious debut music video from Daily Show character Black Trump

The Daily Show's latest creation is Roy Wood Jr.'s "Black Trump," a rapper who crafted his debut music video out of hilarious real-life Donald Trump quotes. Look for him to be a recurring character leading up to the general election in…
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Marvel’s WHIH news service has more breaking news on Captain America: Civil War

The third in a series of viral-style, faux news reports, the latest spot for Captain America: Civil War features a WHIH Newsfront debate about how much collateral damage is acceptable to incur while saving the world.
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Google may soon face a penalty for anti-competitive practices in the EU

Google may be receiving an antitrust sanction from the European Union soon, over alleged anti-competitive practices in its search results. The dispute dates back six years, but the EU hasn't been shy about penalizing major tech companies.
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Sci-Hub offers Pirate Bay-like simplicity to researchers around the world

Millions of scientists and researchers around the world download scientific papers illegally, for free, every month from Sci-Hub. It gives them access to everything, which might otherwise leave them in the hole for thousands of dollars.
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Computer-related search warrants transformed by new Supreme Court Rule

This week the Supreme Court authorized a new rule that will allow courts to issue warrants that permit the FBI to hack into any computer, regardless of jurisdiction, as part of an investigation.
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Here's how Anonymous hacking group members act out a political flame war

Hacker group Anonymous is claiming that tensions among their members relating to the presidential election are tied to a government plot to divide and conquer.
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You can download the first apps using Apple’s CareKit now

Apple has officially launched CareKit for developers to integrate into their apps. CareKit, a software framework, will make it easier for apps to share medical data with physicians.