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The e-mail service hits day two of its partial outage, and the company promises to restore access by 3 p.m. PT.
An electrician experienced a 14,000-volt shock to his left shoulder that left a unique pattern on his eyes' lenses.
The company promises to get rid of a glitch that brings up the "black or white screen of death."
The number of affected customers was exceedingly small -- just .02 percent, according to T-Mobile.
If your Mac continually wakes up after you have put it to sleep, then the system can help identify the potential causes in its system logs.
Scientists use brain scans to discover that those who experience anxiety about math problems have brain responses similar to those who are being physically hurt.
Twitter says an outage this morning was due to a "cascaded bug" in an infrastructure component and adds that it's working on keeping access consistent.
The masterminds behind Come4.org would like to see the viewing of online porn become a moneymaker for social causes.
A Sprint outage in the Pacific Northwest has fouled up Alaska Airlines.