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The European Union's highest court struck a big blow Tuesday against Facebook and other companies by ruling that a long-running pact allowing the free transfer of data to the U.S. is invalid as it does not adequately protect consumers.
Asia's largest film festival is trying to ensure that message-addicted smartphone users don't look at the chat app during screenings.
Sean Howell, a polymathic Phileas Fogg of the internet age, travels the world advocating for LGBT rights and net neutrality while promoting his business, the gay social app, Hornet.
Potential voters who take their curiosity about presidential candidates to Google are interested in Hillary Rodham Clinton's age, Jeb Bush's height, Chris Christie's weight, Donald Trump's net worth and Carly Fiorina's marital status.
Queer Cinema (QC) will be the "go-to" destination in 2015 and beyond for discovery of the best in LGBT streaming entertainment, offering a finely curated selection of independent, international LGBT cinema by exciting new filmmakers from across the globe.
Lesbians Who Tech is hosting their second annual Summit in New York from October 1-4 in New York, an effort to bring together more than 1,000 queer women in tech.
Russia is still having a problem with Apple's "gay" emojis.
Attention, leaf peepers: New Hampshire has a new foliage tracker aimed at helping visitors plan their 'peak' fall adventure.
Online Buddies, parent company of the world's leading gay dating site, Manhunt.net, announced that founding partner Larry Basile has retired as President.
Kim Davis has her own video game for Android devices. But don't expect the defiant Rowan County clerk to download it anytime soon.
Mathias Muller is now the new CEO of Volkswagen.
The number of people applying for or receiving security clearances whose fingerprint images were stolen in one of the worst government data breaches is now believed to be 5.6 million, not 1.1 million as first thought, the Office of Personnel Management an
A 17-year-old high school football player in Massachusetts is recovering from a serious condition that was first spotted by the heart monitor on his Apple Watch.
Apple Inc. has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code in an unusual security breach.
When players hear all week about the importance of playing with passion, sometimes they end up showing too much at the wrong time. Waiting to catch them is a stadium full of smartphone-wielding fans and millions of viewers.
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