Apple has all the money in the world, but as the disastrous Planet of the Apps proved, money is no substitute for good taste.
The 2017 reality show from the makers of your favorite $1,449 phone pitted app developers against each other for the
There is a debate taking place online in reaction to the plastic straw bans spreading across the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
As various cities and companies ban plastic straws, advocates for people with disabilities have taken to social media to voice
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When Stephen Hawking spoke, the world listened.
The physicist, who died early Wednesday at the age of 76, could never be contained to just one subject. He talked about his life's work — exploring the origin of the universe — while
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By Eric B. Meyer The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to provide a reasonable accommodation to an individual with a disability, if doing so will allow that person to perform the essential functions of the job. Temporary light
By Eric B. Meyer A received a number of emails following my blog post, “Can you refuse to hire a person whom you fear may have a future disability?” One of the more substantive emails was worthy of setting the table for today
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