MLB Players Logging Long Hours & Bonding On Video Game "Fortnite""Fortnite" is perhaps the world's most popular video game. Just like gamers everywhere, MLB players have fallen hard for the "Fortnite" craze. It may be the biggest thing bonding some big leaguers.
Texas Appeals Court Says 'Revenge Porn' Law Is UnconstitutionalA Texas appeals court has ruled unconstitutional a state law that punishes those who post intimate images from previous or current relationships online without consent.
Amazon Says It Has More Than 100 Million Prime MembersAmazon has more than 100 million Amazon Prime subscribers around the world, company CEO Jeff Bezos revealed in a letter to shareholders on Wednesday.
Your Money Is No Good Here! More Companies Going CashlessMany business owners would rather be cashless. Cash actually costs money — banks charge fees for cash deposits and to handle coins.
SMU Launching Business Incubator To Support Big IdeasAn app developed by a Southern Methodist University student is winning awards and framing business models as it works to keep people safe.
Cadillac Creating New Presidential Limousines To Debut This SummerNew presidential limousines from Cadillac are set to debut this summer. They are expected to sport styling elements similar to the company's CT6 sedan.
Part Of The IRS Online Payment System Is DownThe Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday experienced multiple outages on its website just hours ahead of the midnight deadline to file income tax returns.
Netflix Hits 125 Million Subscribers, Even After Price HikeEven a price hike can't slow Netflix down. Netflix added 7.4 million subscribers in the first three months of 2018, the company reported on Monday. It now has 125 million subscribers.
Pence Says Trump Wants To Put Man On The Moon AgainVice President Mike Pence told an annual space symposium in Colorado Springs on Monday that President Trump wants to see an American on the moon again.
Toyota To Start Deploying Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications In 2021Toyota said that it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as the company tries to push safety communications forward.
Bovines Online: Farmers Are Using AI To Help Monitor CowsA Dutch company that has married two technologies — motion sensors and AI — with the aim of bringing the barnyard into the 21st century.
Driverless Cars Give Hope To Blind - Are Automakers Onboard?Self-driving-car advocates say that in addition to helping the disabled, the vehicles will allow people to do other tasks while driving and make roadways safer by removing human error.

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