- Medicaid’s Data Gets an Internet-Era Makeover
- After Verizon Deal, Yahoo to Become ‘Altaba’ and Marissa Mayer to Step Down From Board
- Tech Tip: One Phone, Many Instagram Accounts
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 06:24 PM PST
The start-up Nuna has built a cloud-computing database of Medicaid's 74 million patients.
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 07:30 PM PST
If and when its deal with Verizon goes through, the company will rename itself, and more than half of its board members will step down, Yahoo said in a regulatory filing.
Posted: 09 Jan 2017 09:19 AM PST
The social photography app for Android and iOS can support up to five accounts, and you can easily switch among them.
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