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Apple Is Sharing iPhone X Face Data — And A Lot Of People Are Worried
This Smartphone Is A Shrunken-Down Gaming Laptop
Here's What Kind Of Content Russian Interests Paid To Run On Facebook
New Details Show How Russia Used Social Media To Divide Americans
For Civil Rights Groups, Facebook's Problems Go Beyond Russia
A Tiny Camera Wants To Change How You Film Everyday Encounters
126 Million People May Have Seen Russian-Linked Content On Facebook
The iPhone X Starts At $999 — But Hidden Costs May Be Lurking
This Country Just Became The First To Give A Robot Citizenship
Twitter Doesn't Have As Many Monthly Users As Previously Reported
Netflix Is Giving 'Stranger Things' Its First Original Aftershow
Twitter Bans Ads From Two Russian Media Outlets
Power Companies Helping Puerto Rico Get Praise And Criticism
Reddit Banned Nazi Forums In Its Crackdown On Violent Rhetoric
Autonomous Tech Is Popular In Cars, But Do People Know How To Use It?
Amazon Wants To Enter Your Home When You're Not There
The 'Bad Rabbit' Cyberattack Hit Almost 200 Targets In Eastern Europe
Twitter Is Changing Up The Look Of Political Ads On Its Site
11-Year-Old Is The Latest Innovator In The Fight Against Lead In Water
New York City Wants Its Subways And Buses To Be More 21st Century
US Warns Of Advanced And Persistent Cyberthreats Against Utilities
Giant Balloons Are Delivering Cell Service To Puerto Rico
Digital Mental Health Therapy Is Improving, But It's Still Not Perfect
A Proposed Bill Would Change How Political Ads Are Regulated Online
Twitter Just Laid Out Its Schedule To Tackle Online Abuse
Some Cities Are Going To Extraordinary Lengths For Amazon HQ2
Blue Apron Lays Off 6 Percent Of Employees After A Rough Quarter
Computers No Longer Need Human Input To Beat Us At Our Own Games
#MeToo Sparks National Discussion On Sexual Assault
Winning Amazon's HQ2 Sweepstakes Has Pros And Cons
Wi-Fi Flaw Leaves An Ever-Larger Internet Of Things Vulnerable
Equifax's Latest Tech Snafu Could Cost It A $7.2M IRS Contract
Leaders In The Technology World Want To Reprogram Digital Education
Convert Or Close: The Big Choice Many Coal Plants Are Facing
Code On Equifax Site Sent People To Fake Flash Downloads
Official Says North Korean Hackers Stole US-South Korea War Plans
Apple Is Remaking A Series From The '80s In Push For Original Content
Facebook Uses Devastated Puerto Rico To Show Off Its VR App
Google Reportedly Finds Political Ads In Its Network Linked To Russia
Large Internet-Beaming Balloons Might Be Headed To Puerto Rico
Elon Musk Thinks Tesla Can Rebuild Puerto Rico's Power Grid
Say C U L8R To Your Screen Name: AIM Will Be Discontinued
Google's New Earbuds Could Change How People Communicate
John Kelly's Personal Cellphone Might Have Been Compromised
Debunked: Using Money To Honor The Fallen At Arlington
Russian Hackers Reportedly Stole A Bunch Of NSA Hacking Tools
Netflix Plans On Spending More, So It's Making You Spend More, Too
The Cost Of Letting A Computer Sort Our Online News
Facebook Tests Another Feature To Fight Fake News
'Sonic the Hedgehog' Could Be Headed To A Theater Near You
New Gene-Editing Techniques Might Not Be As Foolproof As We Thought
The European Commission Hit Another Tech Giant With A Large Fine
This Study Says Video Games Might Make People Better Learners
Yahoo: All 3 Billion Accounts Affected By 2013 Hack
Facebook Says Around 10 Million In The US Saw Russia-Linked Ads
Equifax's CEO Knew A Breach Took Place Over A Month Before The Public
The Next Key To Online Security Could Be A Physical One
Twitter Says It Shut Down Dozens Of Russian-Linked Bots
The Canadian Government Is Teaming Up With Netflix — Here's Why
Another Social Media Giant Met With Lawmakers To Discuss Russia
Zuckerberg Says He Shouldn't Have Called Election Interference 'Crazy'
These Major Entertainment Companies Are Banking On Virtual Reality
Sonic May Have Been Hacked — Here's How To Protect Yourself From Fraud
Twitter Is Testing A Change For One Of Its Most Iconic Features
Homeland Security Will Soon Collect Immigrants' Social Media Info
Equifax CEO Retires Amid Massive Data Breach Scandal
Why Twitter Won't Remove Trump's Controversial Tweet On North Korea
YouTube Videos Show Evidence Of War Atrocities — Until They're Deleted
Trump Wants To Spend $200M A Year On STEM, Computer Science Education
Securities And Exchange Commission Finally Discloses 1-Year-Old Hack
Zuckerberg Announces Facebook's Plans To Combat Election Interference
Avril Lavigne Is 2017's 'Most Dangerous Celebrity'
Clear Your Schedule: 'Will & Grace' Is Now On Hulu
Equifax Fell For A Clone Of Its Website — And Then Sent Users To It
WNBA Finally Gets Its Due In A New Video Game
Tesla Might Have Competition For Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicles
Apple Just Dropped iOS 11 — But Is It Worth Upgrading Now?
Special Counsel Mueller Is Investigating Facebook Ads Linked To Russia
Apple Is Hiring Counselors To Improve Siri's Mental Health Support
Facebook Pulls Ads Targeting People Who Searched Anti-Semitic Terms
Google Was Just Hit With Another Gender Discrimination Complaint
Equifax Was Warned To Fix System Flaws Months Ago
Sen. Al Franken Has A Couple Concerns About Apple's New Face ID
The US Government Is Getting Rid Of Moscow-Based Kaspersky Products
Why Trump Deemed A Business Deal A National Security Concern
Facebook Is Hitting Fake News Where It Hurts: The Wallet
People Are Mad About This 'Bodega' Startup — Here's Why
Tesla Found Partly To Blame For 2016 Autopilot Crash
Public Outrage Over Equifax Could Hurt This GOP Bill
Is The iPhone X Really 'The Future Of The Smartphone'?
A Computer Rebuilt 'Super Mario' From Video Of Someone Playing It
Tesla Offers Free Battery Upgrades For Owners Caught In Irma's Path
Best Buy Cuts Ties With Moscow-Based Kaspersky Lab
Democrats' Biggest Cybersecurity Upgrade Is Their New Tech Chief
Equifax Fine Print Could Keep Data Breach Victims From Suing
The FBI Is Investigating Uber's 'Hell' Program For Tracking Lyft
Not Quite 'FarmVille': An Orwellian Dystopia Is Becoming A Video Game
Massive Data Breach At Equifax Leaves 143M At Risk
These Planes Fly Into Hurricanes To Study Them
Facebook Ties $100,000 Of Sketchy Political Ad Buys To Russia