NRA event: Inside the acres and acres of guns on display

More than 80,000 Americans are converging in Atlanta for the 146th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Atlanta, Georgia that kicks off Friday.

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Deeper Connections


Salesforce held its Connections 2016 user event in Atlanta earlier this month. About 7,000 people attended, but in the Georgia World Congress Center and airplane hangar, attendance seemed smallish. It might have been held down by Gov. Nathan Deal’s slow response to vetoing a religious freedom law largely seen as discriminating against the LGBT community. This isn’t a story about politics, but Salesforce has been a leader in things such as pay parity for women and its willingness to stay out of states that appear to legislate discrimination.

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Atlanta nonprofit teaches grandparents how to text – and stay in touch

“My grandkids never call” is a common complaint among older Americans, but an Atlanta nonprofit group has a solution: teach grandparents how to text.

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Comcast: Soon, we'll offer America's fastest Internet

The fastest Internet speeds in America will soon be found in Atlanta, according to a Comcast blog post announcing its ultra-fast, 2-gigabits-per-second Gigabit Pro service.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/03/comcast-soon-well-offer-america-fastest-internet/

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Hot-car death highlights role of digital evidence

One of the few details to come out of the murder case against suburban Atlanta dad Justin Ross Harris — whose son was found dead after being strapped into a hot car for hours — is that he searched for information about such deaths shortly before the incident occurred.

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