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How a South Carolina mum went from believing in QAnon to becoming an anti-Trumper in under a month


Taboola is going public via a SPAC, aiming to raise $545 million to expand its content recommendations to TV, cars, gaming and ecommerce


Iran's supreme leader posts threatening image with the words 'revenge is inevitable' and an ominous aircraft flying over a golfing Trump



Signal or WhatsApp? Here's how the messaging apps differ and how to decide which one to use.


Angela Merkel says Twitter's decision to bar Trump is a threat to free speech


YouTube bans Steve Bannon's podcast channel hours after Rudy Giuliani appeared on an episode and blamed the Capitol siege on Democrats



Trump went 'ballistic' and 'scrambled' to figure out what to do next after having his Twitter account banned, senior administration official says


The top 27 software companies serving the public relations industry


China accused of planning to exploit undersea cable networks to spy on other countries, report says


Hackers targeted the US government agency tasked with securing the nuclear weapons stockpile


Facebook is reportedly looking to take on TaskRabbit by allowing people to book gig workers for home repair or freelance jobs


The first Marine Corps F-35 squadron able to fight from Navy aircraft carriers is officially ready for combat



The Marines are getting new boots for fights in freezing temperatures as low as -20 degrees


The top technology PR people to know in 2020


US military aircraft are nowhere near as ready as they should be — here's how bad the situation is


Special operations snipers are about to get this 'awesome' new rifle of choice for US military sharpshooters



The futuristic US Army goggles built to make soldiers unstoppable in the dark are almost ready for troops to take into combat


Seeking nominations for the top public relations pros in the tech industry


Physicists made a superconductor that works at room temperature. It could one day give rise to high-speed floating trains.


US Navy F/A-18s would 'destroy' China's J-15 carrier fighters in air-to-air combat today, but the future could be a different story