In a push to get more shoppers to use Android Pay, Google will donate $1 from every sale to support children with special needs.
The 3D-printing company is "on a mission," according to Chief Executive Bre Pettis. In an initiative supported by the White House, MakerBot is turning to crowdsourcing to fund the scheme.
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Some Web charities let you connect with the people who will benefit directly from your donation, while others allow you to vet a charity before you contribute to ensure your gift is really going to the people who need it.
The funds go to will go to philanthropic organizations tackling big global programs using novel applications of technology.
Facebook users who want to give the gift of charity to their friends can now donate to causes through the social network's gifting service.
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While supplies last! And if I know my tablets, they won't last long. Plus: return of the $129 Barnes & Noble Nook Color!
Buy the only Android G2 computer collector edition, and the proceeds will go to children's education.
Annual "Oscars of the Internet" give nods to comedic pundit, Michel Gondry, and the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am, in addition to tech properties ranging from Apple to Zillow.