Open top menu
Wednesday, 5 August 2015


August 05    
FOLLOW US Facebook Twitter Google+ Instagram    

NEWS SPORTS LIFE MONEY TECH TRAVEL OPINION WEATHER
  tech
 
Alberto Rodriguez, a Dish Network technician works around one of the company trucks on June 4, 2015 in Miami, Florida.
 
  Dish Network beats Q2 earnings, but subs down  
  Dish Network beat Wall Street Q2 estimates on earnings and revenue, but subscribers fell.  
  Read Story Read Story  
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE

  tech      
  President  Obama shakes hands with participants after delivering remarks at the first-ever White House   White House promotes diversity at Demo Day
Obama stresses importance of diversity among tech industry
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  tech      
  Apple CEO Tim Cook (center) poses for a photo with high school kids during Apple WWDC on June 8, 2015 in San Francisco.   Barbara Lee calls on Apple to release diversity data
Apple has refused to make public data it routinely supplies to the U.S. Department of Labor.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  tech      
  A Jeep Cherokee winds up in a ditch after hackers working with   Hacking cars, power plants and rifles at Black Hat
Black Hat is where security types present the fruits of their research — necessary, but sobering.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
Advertisement
  tech      
    Netflix to offer paid 'unlimited' parental leave
New policy applies to first year after child's birth or adoption.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  columnist      
  USA TODAY   Don't let a disability stop you from using your smartphone
A variety of accessibility settings are baked into your iPhone or Android handset.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
 
  columnist      
  Technology is   San Francisco joins the nation's industry towns
It's inescapable: Tech tinges almost every aspect of life here.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  tech      
  A screen shot of a mock-up of Highlights app   Popular kids' magazine Highlights makes big push to mobile
Highlights magazine paired with San-Fran startup to bring its content to mobile platforms
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  tech      
    Why car companies should be afraid of Google
Why car companies should be afraid of Google
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  tech      
  California Rep. Barbara Lee waves as she takes the podium at the Democratic National Convention in 2012.   Black lawmakers call for more diversity in Silicon Valley
Congressional Black Caucus members are meeting with Apple, Google, Intel, Pandora and SAP.
SHARE SHARE SHARE SHARE
 
  The Day In Pictures Gallery
Charlotte Farber learns to play the trumpet in the Instrument Playground at Tanglewood on Parade in Lenox, Mass.

Charlotte Farber learns to play the trumpet in the Instrument Playground at Tanglewood on Parade in Lenox, Mass.
 
  Popular Stories
In speech, Obama to compare Iran deal to Iraq War vote
More shots fired on soldiers in Mississippi
Analysis: What the 10 candidates need to do in the first prime-time debate
 
To forward this e-mail to a friend, click here
USA TODAY
You are currently subscribed to this newsletter with the address: wangkeeree.tech@blogger.com. To UNSUBSCRIBE, please click here.
Manage Subscriptions | Help | Advertise | Home Delivery | Privacy Policy - Your California Privacy Rights
© 2015 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc.
7950 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22108
Tagged
Different Themes
Written by Templateify

Aenean quis feugiat elit. Quisque ultricies sollicitudin ante ut venenatis. Nulla dapibus placerat faucibus. Aenean quis leo non neque ultrices scelerisque. Nullam nec vulputate velit. Etiam fermentum turpis at magna tristique interdum.

0 comments