Homicide suspect arrested in Jefferson City Wednesday

ABC 17 News learned one suspect wanted for a man's death in northeast Arkansas was caught Wednesday in a Jefferson City apartment with a large amount of marijuana. Another man is still on the loose.

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T-Mobile CEO mocks new Verizon logo

Well, that didn't take long! T-Mobile CEO John Legere is already publicly mocking Verizon's new logo, which the company unveiled on Tuesday.

Verizon's new checkmark logo still uses black and red coloring, but is no longer italicized. The red check has...

Reed Hastings Netflix CEO

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Netflix CEO: No big deal if Apple makes TV

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings doesn't appear to be too worried about Apple muscling into his territory, even if investors are.

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Here's Google's new logo

Google's logo just went bigger in order to look better smaller.

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Buying a laptop? Here's how to make sense of Intel's new Core chips

Kids are going back to school and Microsoft released a new version of Windows. That means it's officially laptop buying season.

Buying a new laptop is difficult. You have to choose between a dozen or so computer brands, each with its own multiple lin...

Silk Road

FBI

Former fed in Silk Road case stole $820,000 in bitcoins

A second former federal agent in the Silk Road case has admitted to stealing $820,000 worth of bitcoins while hunting for the Dread Pirate Roberts, federal prosecutors say.

Apple

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More than 225,000 iPhone accounts hacked

Hackers have stolen more than 225,000 Apple accounts from iPhone customers.

Some express confusion about MU Alert system

It started Thursday night when some students received an MU Alert text message saying there was an active threat near campus. But the text had no information about the threat and no location.

Mars Panorama

NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell/Arizona State University

Life on Mars? Depends how you see these pics

For most of us Earthlings, the photos of Mars taken by the Curiosity rover reveal little more than a desolate red landscape inhabited mostly by rocks. Lots and lots of rocks.

iMac

From Apple

Apple's next pursuit: Its own original programming?

Is Apple about to enter the world of original programming, and if so, what sort of programming is it pursuing?

Those questions are swirling in media circles after a Monday night report from Variety, a Hollywood news fixture, that Apple is exploring su...

New Horizons completed fly-by of Pluto

NASA

Pluto probe gets new assignment

Where do you go after Pluto? To PT1 of course!

NASA has picked the next target for New Horizons, the piano-sized spacecraft that took those amazing photos of Pluto in July when it became the first probe to fly by.

Mission scientists want New Horizons...

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