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PC sales are continuing to slump — fewer are sold now than when the iPhone launched

With smartphones now the center of computing, consumers and businesses don't seem to see as much need to buy or replace PCs.

We’re spending more time with smart speakers instead of with radios, TVs — and smartphones

When consumers use an Amazon Echo or a Google Home, they tend to spend less time with other devices and services, including their TVs and smartphones.

12 inspiring quotes from Martin Luther King Jr.

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, here are some wise words on the importance of non-violent protest and standing up for equality everywhere.
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The 13 best places to visit in March for every type of traveler

If you're looking for warmer, relatively cheap places to visit in March, consider Colombia to Kathmandu, among other travel destinations.

Streaming services are killing off the DVD and Blu-ray industry

Sales of subscription streaming services increased sharply in 2017, and DVD and Blu-ray took a big hit.
President Donald Trump listens to his Secretary of Homeland Security nominee Kirstjen Nielsen.

The Trump administration has ended protections for immigrants from 4 countries — here’s when they will have to leave the US

The Trump administration has recently announced plans to terminate TPS for 4 of those countries. Here's when they are expected to end.

Television has entered a golden era thanks to a boom in new scripted series

In 2017, nearly 500 original series were aired or streamed in the United States. That's more than double the number from seven years earlier.

Venture-capital funding in 2017 was the highest it’s been in the past 10 years

Driven by late-stage funding rounds, VC funding skyrocketed in 2017.

4K televisions are starting to look like the biggest hit among new tech products

Already bringing in far more retail dollars than wearable or any other "emerging tech" gadget, ultra-high definition TV sales look set to grow 14% in 2018.