October 17, 2012 Who's a good boy? He's Dudley the chocolate Lab, and he's a very patient guy who stars in a video his owner made called "Ruff Dog Day." Take a minute and enjoy the show as he goes through his "morning routine."
October 15, 2012 A study of online conversation finds some big differences in geographically distinct parts of Florida around the issue of unemployment. This kind of information could be important to President Obama and Mitt Romney in how they shape their messages while visiting the state, and in advertisements.
October 12, 2012 The defense secretary delivered a speech he said was a "clarion call" for Americans to take cyber threats seriously.
October 9, 2012 Analyzing 20 months' worth of blogs, news stories and story comments in Florida, Ohio and Virginia found that voters in the nation's swing states talk about unemployment in very particular ways. The findings could cast some light on what's driving the vote.
October 8, 2012 Traditional baseball autographs are getting an upgrade thanks to a new startup. For around $50, fans can get an autographed digital picture, a handwritten note and a personalized audio message from major leaguers. The company has signed up about 130 players so far.
October 4, 2012 Critics say a new "cybercrime prevention act" puts Filipinos at risk if they merely "like" or retweet libelous statements. But an author of the law says prosecutors would have to prove there was a conspiracy to spread such messages.
October 4, 2012 That means that one in seven people in the world access Facebook on a monthly basis.
October 3, 2012 NHPRSmartphones and tablets can be a big distraction to students, but some schools are embracing these Internet-ready mobile devices as tools for learning. Bring-your-own-device policies have benefits in the classroom, but there are drawbacks, too.