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Looking for a new job is getting easier. Google today launched a new jobs search feature right on its search result pages that lets you search for jobs across virtually all of the major online job boards like LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder and Facebook and others.

Amazon has fixed a privacy flaw in Amazon Echo's new voice calling feature that prevented users from blocking callers.

A Pakistani court has sentenced to death a man who allegedly committed blasphemy on Facebook, a prosecutor said, in the first such case involving social media.

The Ghanaian youth have mistaken the social media as a platform for sharing sexual intimacies, instead of connecting individuals and ground breaking ideas to help uplift our sinking nation, which is quite appalling.

Be very careful what you "like" on Facebook.A court in Switzerland has convicted a man on several counts of defamation after he "liked" libelous comments on the social media platform.The court in Zurich found that the man indirectly endorsed and further distributed the comments by using the ubiquitous Facebook (FB, Tech30) "like" button.

On Wednesday evening, President Donald Trump took aim at his old nemesis, Hillary Clinton, after the former Democratic presidential nominee made her latest set of statements on the 2016 race.

Back in the 90s, a deeply disturbing image surfaced on the nascent Internet: a lab mouse with something looking like a human ear grown on its back.

Mexican entrepreneurs designed the first national machine capable of recycling Styrofoam (expanded polystyrene) and transform it into a raw material used in the manufacture of transparent hard plastic.

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You can’t go many days without someone talking about going to Mars. Just in the last few weeks: Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, laid out his plans to sell tickets to the red planet for $200,000; Dennis Muilenburg, CEO of Boeing, vowed to get there before Musk; and US president Barack Obama reiterated his plans to send humans to Mars by 2030.

Stargazers in parts of Africa have been treated to a spectacular “ring of fire” in the sky as the sun was almost – but not completely – eclipsed. An annular eclipse happens when the moon is farther away from the Earth than during a total eclipse.

Ghanaians will today have another rare opportunity to view a partial solar eclipse which is expected to last for about three hours. According to experts, the phenomenon will occur between 6:13am to 9am today. “We are going to have something we call partial eclipse meaning that not the entire sun will be blocked by the moon.

Paris (AFP) - Stargazers in south and central Africa will be treated to a spectacular solar eclipse Thursday when the Moon wanders into view to make the Sun appear as a "ring of fire", astronomers say.

A perfume that smells like a comet is a poetic-sounding idea. Who doesn’t love the image of a big dusty space snowball careening through the skies?

Bill Gates just published his 2016 annual letter, which discusses how the world could bring sustainable electricity to those who desperately need it.