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The sins of tech companies

The sins of tech companies

This is an age where we depend on tech heavily. Concerns over the Obama administration's alleged abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance c ...

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'Dirty Chinese Restaurant' game app pulled following racism concerns

'Dirty Chinese Restaurant' game app pulled following racism concerns

A Canadian electronic game developer cancelled a mobile app game project after being subjected to the ire of Rep. Grace Meng, a liberal Democrat from ...

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Doomed German U-boat found near Belgium -- 23 bodies still on board

Doomed German U-boat found near Belgium -- 23 bodies still on board

More than one hundred years after what was known then as the Great War, divers have found one of the vessels that America and its Allies feared the m ...

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Michigan may see Foxconn windfall

Michigan may see Foxconn windfall

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Jared Kushner gives first public remarks

Jared Kushner gives first public remarks

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Should parents limit their children's use of smart phones?

Should parents limit their children's use of smart phones?

High school students everywhere struggle to control the use of their phones. Here is some sound advice from the Headmaster of The Heights School in Washington DC.

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Bill Gates' plan for tax reform

Bill Gates' plan for tax reform

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No word from Obama over Chinese seizure of U.S. sovereign property

No word from Obama over Chinese seizure of U.S. sovereign property

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Famed scientist pinpoints source of middle-class angst

Famed scientist pinpoints source of middle-class angst

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Artificial Intelligence reliably shows Trump a winner

Artificial Intelligence reliably shows Trump a winner

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National risk of electronically hacked cars

National risk of electronically hacked cars

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The dangers posed by Pokemon Go to businesses and national monuments

The dangers posed by Pokemon Go to businesses and national monuments

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Pragmatic millennials fueling political unrest in election year

Pragmatic millennials fueling political unrest in election year

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New batteries power military vehicles, and stop bullets

New batteries power military vehicles, and stop bullets

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University of Michigan seeks ban on aerial drones

University of Michigan seeks ban on aerial drones

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Corrupt politicians and police lead to cyber-porn and child abuse

Corrupt politicians and police lead to cyber-porn and child abuse

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Obama administration leaves U.S. military vulnerable to 'spoofing' navigational tools

Obama administration leaves U.S. military vulnerable to 'spoofing' navigational tools

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Israel: cyber-attack on electric grid causes concern

Israel: cyber-attack on electric grid causes concern

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Snafu: Hellfire missile 'mistakenly' shipped to Cuba

Snafu: Hellfire missile 'mistakenly' shipped to Cuba

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Encrypted phones endangered after FBI demand

Encrypted phones endangered after FBI demand

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Russia capable of destroying US undersea communications

Russia capable of destroying US undersea communications

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Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

To ensure the future of humanity, all autonomous offensive weapons must be banned.

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Moron selfie leads to destruction of Islamic State command-and-control

Moron selfie leads to destruction of Islamic State command-and-control

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Want to get pregnant? There's an app for that

Want to get pregnant? There's an app for that

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America's Great Silicon Divide

America's Great Silicon Divide

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US to defend civilians from cyber-attacks

US to defend civilians from cyber-attacks

Defense experts see role of government as defender of private computer infrastructure from state-sponsored cyber attacks.

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Sony was hacked from China

Sony was hacked from China

North Korean cyberterrorists are located 'on a permanent basis' inside China and behind the Great Firewall, says analyst.

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Kangaroos versus Drones: 1 to Zero

Kangaroos versus Drones: 1 to Zero

A drone got too close for comfort amid a group of kangaroos and joeys.

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The perils and pitfalls of technology addiction

The perils and pitfalls of technology addiction

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US seeks to fine websites if disabled are unable to use

US seeks to fine websites if disabled are unable to use

Justice Department sues H&R Block -- demands fine and website compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Innovative morphing glass can be dimmed, frosted or see-thru

Innovative morphing glass can be dimmed, frosted or see-thru

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Another thing to worry about: hackers can control your car

Another thing to worry about: hackers can control your car

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Conference to focus on advances for Paraguayan electronic media

Conference to focus on advances for Paraguayan electronic media

An international conference on digital migration will take place in Paraguay on July 4, just as the South American country concludes an agreement with El Salvador to share electronic content.

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Defeating terrorism on the internet

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Internet & social media encourages segregation and isolation

Internet & social media encourages segregation and isolation

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Be careful befriending strangers in social media

Be careful befriending strangers in social media

Who is Robin Sage? Members of the defense and national security establishment violated military operational security restrictions trying to get to know her.

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iSelf: Meditations on history and literature

iSelf: Meditations on history and literature

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YouTube to launch 13 French channels

YouTube to launch 13 French channels

Google loans content producers between $500k-$1M euros each for original entertainment produced exclusively for YouTube.

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New system improves spy cameras

New system improves spy cameras

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The death of King Rhesus of Thrace: A Homeric example of military incompetence

The death of King Rhesus of Thrace: A Homeric example of military incompetence

Special forces operators can learn lessons learned by the ancient Greeks, from nearly 4,000 years ago.

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The 'B' in IBM stands for deadly business

The 'B' in IBM stands for deadly business

IBM engineers created Hollerith codes to differentiate between a Jew who had been worked to death and one who had been gassed: 3 meant death by natural causes, 4 by execution, 5 by suicide, and code 6 designated 'special treatment' - in gas chambers.

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Ethics of a Technological Singularity: will robots rule?

Ethics of a Technological Singularity: will robots rule?

'Danger, Will Robinson!' A general artificial intelligence, with intellectual capabilities mimicking human beings, poses both social and technological issues.

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IBM and the Holocaust: an excerpt from Edwin Black's blockbuster investigation

IBM and the Holocaust: an excerpt from Edwin Black's blockbuster investigation

The new updated edition of IBM and the Holocaust includes new photos and documentation.

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GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

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Up the escalator in Colombian shanty town

Up the escalator in Colombian shanty town

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Essential tips to increase social media presence

As the use of social media grows, it pays to be savvy. Don't be a phony, for instance.

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Google StreetView rides the Swiss rails

Google StreetView rides the Swiss rails

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Australia: Barefoot Power wins 'clean-tech' prize

Barefoot Power manufactures solar-power cellphone rechargers.

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