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Saudi clerics renew edict against playing 'Pokemon Go'

Saudi Arabia's top clerics have renewed a religious edict that warns against playing the popular "Pokemon Go," this time with a mobile phone application
Published: 07/20/16
Group clones California giant trees to combat climate change

Group clones California giant trees to combat climate change

A team of arborists is cloning some of the world's tallest and oldest trees to combat climate change
Published: 07/20/16
Moo-ving out: Sensor sends text alerts from cows in labor

Moo-ving out: Sensor sends text alerts from cows in labor

University of New Hampshire dairy researchers are more relaxed these days about monitoring pregnant cows: A sensor attached to the tails sends text alerts to help detect when they're in labor
Published: 07/20/16
As PCs decline, Microsoft betting its future on the cloud

As PCs decline, Microsoft betting its future on the cloud

Microsoft wants to rival Amazon in selling cloud-computing services to startups, big companies and consumers.
Published: 07/19/16
Judge in Brazil blocks WhatsApp messenger application

Judge in Brazil blocks WhatsApp messenger application

A Brazilian judge has ordered the nationwide suspension of the instant messaging application WhatsApp because its parent company, Facebook, won't help a police investigation
Published: 07/19/16

The top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store

This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store
Published: 07/19/16

Facebook films Muncie Animal Shelter's 'Pokemon Go' walks

The director of an Indiana animal shelter says that Facebook has hired a production company to shoot video about its effort to encourage "Pokemon Go" players to walk an adoptable dog
Published: 07/19/16

Former University of Wyoming president joins Casper firm

Former University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity has taken a job with a Casper firm that manufactures medical devices
Published: 07/19/16

Washington tribe joins legal challenge over modified salmon

A Native American tribe in Washington state has joined a lawsuit challenging the federal government's approval of an Atlantic salmon genetically modified to grow faster
Published: 07/19/16

Boise-based investment firm subject of trade-secret lawsuit

A financial software company in Connecticut is suing an Idaho-based software company after the Idaho company hired two of the Connecticut company's former employees
Published: 07/19/16