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Roger Ebert, who died last week at 70, wasn't only a successful film critic. He was also a successful user of social media. We can all still learn from him.
A 17-year-old allegedly sexts his 15-year-old girlfriend. The police allegedly now want to photograph his private parts to prove their case.
Security changes to popular products like Yahoo Messenger are on the way, says Yahoo's first CISO in a year, security industry veteran Alex Stamos.
The famed film critic laments that the movie rental company has "largely stopped buying streaming rights" to independent films. Netflix denies this.
Film critic Roger Ebert says his latest blog post about his prosthetic jaw has been marked by Facebook as "abusive content." The company is reportedly investigating.
Is electromagnetic hypersensitivity a condition we should take seriously, or is the nocebo effect making people want to move into a dead zone in West Virginia? Bridget Carey helps us investigate.
In a much-publicized interview, a Harvard geneticist says he can imagine cloning Neanderthals using genome sequencing. But the interview itself apparently got cloned all wrong.
This post initially misspelled Edinburgh and misstated the company's location. The company is located in Scotland.
Scotland's CereProc helped the famed film critic speak again. Engineer Chris Pidcock talks about creating electronic voices that sound just like the real person.
After losing his voice following surgery, the film critic is using a new kind of text-to-speech software to communicate in a voice that sounds just like his.