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Hillary Clinton Campaigns Across U.S. Ahead Of Super Tuesday Primaries (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty)

State Department releases final batch of Hillary Clinton's emails

03/01/16 08:53AM

WASHINGTON — The State Department on Monday released the 14th and final batch of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private server, bringing the total to more than 52,000 including 2,100 that were censored or withheld completely for containing information now deemed classified.In releasing the final batch of 3,800... read more

How technology factors in water and power

How technology factors in water and power

10/15/15 07:07PM

Steve Bolze, president and CEO of GE Power & Water, talks to MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil about how digitization matters in delivery power and water to those who need it, and need to use less of it. GE is a sponsor of this video series. watch

How drones are going to make work safer

How drones are going to make work safer

10/14/15 10:06AM

Jonathan Downey, CEO of Airware, talks about the future of drones and how they can make dangerous work safer. He also envisions a day when drones are not only commonplace -- but also widely accepted. watch

The Future of Tech

What is The Future of Tech?

10/14/15 08:52AM

MSNBC's Tony Dokoupil takes a look about the next frontier in technology-- and where it meets with industry in a new video series "The Future of Tech," filmed at the Minds and Machines conference. GE is a sponsor of the series. watch

In 2020, everything will be online

In 2020, everything will be online

10/09/15 12:37PM

Bill Ruh, chief digital officer of GE, describes how the Internet can plug into industries like healthcare and transportation. Beyond the consumer-facing Facebook and Google, the Internet will soon inform how trains, planes, and nearly everything operates. "The Future of Tech" is a brand new video series looking at the change sparked... watch

Obama, Xi discuss cyberespionage problem

US, China reach 'common understanding' on cyber threats

09/25/15 03:20PM

President Obama and Chinese President Xi held a joint press conference on Friday to discuss the issue of cyberespionage and cyberwarfare, with Obama saying the two countries have come to a "common understanding on the way forward" with regards to the issue. watch

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (C) talks to diner owner, Rose Pucci (R) and diners at The Union Diner campaign event in Laconia, N.H., Sept. 17, 2015. (Photo by Faith Ninivaggi/Reuters)

Text with Hillary: App company launches Hillary Clinton emojis

09/22/15 11:05AM

Hillary Clinton emojis are coming to an iPhone near you soon.Starting today, iPhone and Android users can soon add Hillary Clinton emojis to their texting arsenal.The “Hillmoji” keyboard, which launched Tuesday morning in the Apple and Android app stores, is being offered by Snaps, a mobile messaging company. The keyboard features a range of... read more

The Netflix logo is shown in this illustration photograph in Encinitas, Calif. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)

TV's cord-cutting trend picking up steam: survey

09/19/15 10:46AM

It all started with a simple sentence."Trends among younger audiences ... will continue to put pressure on the multichannel ecosystem," said Disney CEO Bob Iger during the company's third-quarter conference call on Aug. 4. Those comments stoked fears of cord-cutting and sent shares of Disney and other media companies into a... read more

Growing Hope through tech

Growing Hope through tech

09/10/15 03:32PM

Minerva Tantoco, New York City’s Chief Technology Officer, and Megan Smith, the Chief Technology Officer for the United States, join our Growing Hope special on promoting access to tech learning and coding opportunities. watch

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush takes a selfie with a supporter's phone in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. (Photo by Ricardo Arduengo/AP)

The new 2016 battleground: Instagram

09/06/15 09:32AM

Television ads, town hall meetings, debates -- been there, done that. The new battleground for many 2016 presidential candidates isn't the real world or old media -- it's Instagram.In recent days, both Jeb Bush and Donald Trump have been using the photo- and video-sharing social media platform to needle each other, the latest volley in... read more

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