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White House Honors Two Techies for Making Programming Cool

Bay Area residents Carlos Bueno and Kimberly Bryant are helping to prepare kids to use programming concepts in daily life and work.

Tech Titans Join Forces on Internet Surveillance

More than 60 technology firms and other groups are urging the federal government to let companies disclose Patriot Act data requests.

Online Harassment: Twitter and Trolling

Twitter is reportedly laying off more than 300 workers around the world. The news comes after the company could not find a buyer. And some speculate the reason is due to continued online harassment by so-called 'trolls.'

Why This Silicon Valley Slowdown Isn't Like a Bursting Bubble

We've heard a lot about the tech boom in recent years -- the frenzy to hire engineers, the money being thrown at startups, the minting of instant millionaires. Now, there are signs that the Silicon Valley boom is cooling -- but the way it's cooling isn't like the bursting bubble of the last dot-com bust.