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Trump Just Gave Cyber Command A Better Seat At The Defense Table
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Facebook Quietly Released A Photo-Sharing App In China
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Android's Creator Is Back In The Gadget Game With A Titanium Phone
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Facebook Buries 2 Apps In Its Mobile Graveyard
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Intel Is Seriously Upping Its Self-Driving Car Game
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Military Bases Can Now Take Out Drones That Are Deemed 'Threats'
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People Are Concerned Disney Apps Are Tracking Children
'Hatreon' Is The New Crowdfunding Platform For The 'Alt-Right'
The FBI Arrested The Researcher Who Stopped A Major Cyberattack
A Gene-Editing Milestone May Mean Fewer Hereditary Issues Someday
These Microscopic Robots Could Lead To More Precise Medicine
Instagram Is Beating Snapchat At Its Own Game
Building The World's Largest Solar Telescope Hasn't Been Easy
Department Of Defense Rolls Out Tablets With Access To Classified Info
A Rival Bitcoin Was Just Created From Within
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Hackers Say They Took 1.5 Terabytes From HBO, Including Upcoming Shows
Apple Goes Along With China's Latest VPN Crackdown
Tesla's More Affordable Model 3 Hits The Road — In A Limited Fashion
New Smart Glasses Let You Get Things Done With The Blink Of An Eye
Hulu Is Set To Give Us Major '90s Flashbacks
Apple Discontinues Aging iPods That Can't Compete With New Tech
Girl Scouts Can Now Get Badges For Building Robots
Roombas Have Been Doing More Than Cleaning. They've Been Learning.
Tech Company To Invest $10B, Build Factory In Wisconsin
The UK Has A Plan To Improve Air Quality
Adobe Is (Finally) Letting Flash Die A Slow Death
Europe's Renewable Energy Is Facing Extreme Power Fluctuations
Musk And Zuckerberg Spar Over Artificial Intelligence
NASA Is Trying To Get Supersonic Commercial Flight Off The Ground
The Robot Searching Fukushima's Reactors May Have Made A Big Discovery
Pokémon Go Fest Didn't Really Go Well
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Humans Suck At Recycling; That's Why This Robot Exists
Twitter Promises It's Doing Way Better With Harassment These Days
Astronauts And Google Team Up To Let You Explore A Space Station
Elon Musk Wants To Build A Hyperloop On The East Coast
World's Authorities Shut Down Internet's Largest 'Dark Market'
Modern Editing Software Could Make Identifying Fake Media Difficult
Xbox Makes It Easier For Indie Game Developers To Self-Publish Games
Google Hopes New App Feature Will Keep Users Coming Back
House Democrats Are Using End-To-End Encryption To Avoid Future Hacks
Google Glass Is Back From The Dead — But You Won't Be Able To Buy It
Apple's New Emoji Don't Include A Redhead, But We're Getting A Zombie
Cyberattacks Could Cost Global Economies As Much As Some Disasters
This Cute New Space Drone May Take Over Some Astronaut Duties
How Much Should You Trust Your DNA Test?
Elon Musk Likes Most Technology, But He Wants One Sector Regulated
Facebook Live Nabs An Emmy Nom, Makes Plans For More Original Content
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A Big Music Streaming Company Is Reportedly Struggling To Stay Afloat
This Study Says Video Games Might Take Young Men Out Of The Workforce
The Federal Trade Commission Is Cracking Down On Instagram Influencers
How Do Isaac Asimov's Laws Of Robotics Hold Up 75 Years Later?
Millions of Verizon Customer Records Were Exposed Online
Esports' New Overwatch League Draws In Heavy-Hitting Sports Execs
That Spotify Playlist You're Listening To Might Feature 'Fake Artists'
Trump's Twitter Use Prompted A New Lawsuit Against Him
Microsoft Wants To Fix Rural America's Internet Issues
AT&T Surprises Everyone And Joins Pro-Net Neutrality 'Day Of Action'
Will Newspapers Be Allowed To Take On Google And Facebook?
Oculus Rift Price Drop Could Mean Tough Times Ahead For The VR Set
The UK Press Association Wants Robots To Write The News
Facebook And Google Campuses Are Idyllic — But At What Cost?
Microsoft Lays Off Thousands To Focus On Cloud Services
France Has Set A Date To Ban Gas And Diesel Vehicle Sales
Another Silicon Valley Company Is Facing Sexual Harassment Claims
CNN Says It Won't Expose Who Made The Video Trump Tweeted — For Now
Traffic Jams Are Pesky, But Scientists Say They Know How To Stop Them
The Long Wait For The Tesla Model 3 Is Almost Over
$15 Million Investment Levels Up Esport Company 'Super League Gaming'
Seed-Bombing Drones Could Be A Speedy Solution For Reforestation
Sites That Don't Remove Hate Speech Will Get Big Fines In Germany
The iPhone Is Officially 10 Years Old
Online Trolling Wreaks Havoc On People — And On Democracies
How To Defend Against That Recent Cyberattack
Here's How Facebook Determines What Hate Speech Looks Like
The Future Of Flu Vaccines Doesn't Involve Getting A Shot
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