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Terry Collins


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Past articles by Terry:

Training for the Winter Olympics in VR is grueling, just ask me

Members of the US ski team, including Lindsey Vonn and Laurenne Ross, have been using virtual reality to help prepare for the Olympics. Here's what it feels like. → Read More

Twitter posts first-ever profit despite lingering bot issues

The social network continues its slow user growth as it deals with concerns that millions of fake accounts tweeting and retweeting across the platform. → Read More

NBC’s Super Bowl stream scores touchdown with 2 million viewers

The game, however, didn't go as smoothly for some fans watching on Hulu and PlayStation Vue. → Read More

NFL awards $150k to three concussion and injury tech startups

League has paid out $1 billion to settle a suit over player’s brain injuries. Now, for a third year, it’s investing in tech startups to help prevent them. → Read More

NBC aims for a glitch-free livestream of the Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl

The network's daylong stream of all things football is a big test for its upcoming 1,800 hours of Olympics coverage. → Read More

Twitter's got a bot problem, and it's so much bigger than we realized

The thought that millions of fake accounts are following, tweeting, retweeting and liking may have you wondering more than ever about what exactly Twitter is. → Read More

Apple defuses iOS 'text bomb'

The tech giant patches up a security flaw that could cause your iPhone and iPad to crash. → Read More

Apple's 2018 iPhones may not have 3D Touch feature

An analyst predicts the pressure-sensitive feature may not be in a 6.1 inch iPhone for release later this year. → Read More

Google wants to sell you audiobooks, too

The search giant has released an audiobooks service to challenge Amazon's Audible. → Read More

Anthony Noto leaves Twitter for CEO role at SoFi

Twitter's Chief Operating Officer is logging out to run the online personal finance company. → Read More

Trump’s itchy Twitter thumbs are redefining ‘modern” presidents

In the year since his election, Donald Trump has used Twitter as an official White House channel for everything from policies and praise to bullying and brinksmanship. → Read More

Twitter says Russian propaganda more widespread than estimated

The social network will email roughly 600,000 users in the US who saw tweets from Russian-linked accounts during 2016 election. → Read More

Facebook to continue its probe into Russian meddling on Brexit

The social network agrees to reopen its investigation after initially saying they found only a minimal amount of UK-related activity. → Read More

Apple to invest $350 billion to the US economy in the next 5 years

iPhone maker says it also will add more than 20,000 jobs and build a new campus with location to be announced later this year. → Read More

YouTube teams with NBA’s Durant, upping ante with Facebook, Twitter

YouTube strikes content deal with NBA star Kevin Durant, the latest happening across tech to attract sports fans eager to watch action on and off the court. → Read More

US senator questions Apple about slowing down older iPhones

Sen. John Thune asks Apple CEO Tim Cook the same questions we would. → Read More

Alt-right commentator Chuck Johnson is suing Twitter for banning him

Co-founder of WeSearchr accuses the social network of violating his free speech when it permanently suspended him in 2015. → Read More

You'll be able to watch World Cup action on Twitter and Snapchat

The social networks will show goals, game recaps and live programming during soccer's biggest event. → Read More

Twitter says Trump, other world leaders can tweet what they want

The social network says blocking or removing officials' tweets would hide information that's meant to be debated -- even if the tweets violate its rules. → Read More

Obama urges leaders not to use social media to cause division

During a wide-ranging BBC interview with Britain's Prince Harry, the former US president warns about the dangers of government officials on social media. → Read More