Federal government's mobile gallery on USA.gov served as inspiration for the state-only collection of more than 160 apps.
Members of Congress want answers about the device and its privacy implications.
NASA, Google and university researchers get access to new quantum computer, as NASA tackles complex problems ranging from air traffic to robotics.
British politicians criticize Google and Amazon for failing to pay enough taxes in a country where they are reaping great rewards.
Syrian hackers claim to battle American imperialism, media bias and Angelina Jolie.
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