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Oklahoma officials are struggling to stem a rising swarm of earthquakes largely driven by oil and gas activity.
One billion young people are expected to look for work in the next decade, but only 40 percent will succeed if the global economy remains as is, a report said.
A veteran U.S. military officer is applying the principles of warfare in the fight against hackers who go after the cloud.
Network officials had offered the mobile platform free of charge to introduce users to the service, but the app faced complications Tuesday evening.
The founder of Aurous, a free streaming music service with no ads, shared his thoughts on what his company brings to the marketplace and how artists will get paid.
More than a third of artists' contracts with labels and publishers contain no mention at all of income from digital sources, a survey of artists' managers found.
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