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Amazon reportedly developing a subscription video game streaming service
T-Mobile switches on spam call protections for some cellphone users
What’s Deepak Chopra doing at CES of all places?
Facebook literally can’t be deleted on some phones
Just a few weird tech products we saw at CES 2019
AT&T is being criticized for upgrading its phones to ‘fake’ 5G. Now Sprint, T-Mobile and Ve...
Artificial intelligence stars at CES 2019
Apple stars at giant tech confab CES -- without actually being there
The app-store war between Netflix and Apple is heating up
Google moves closer to creating ‘Minority Report’-style sensors for controlling devices wit...
Deepfakes: How a new technology is being used to put women’s faces on porn stars’ bodies
2018 was the year of 5G hype. The 5G reality is yet to come.
‘I’m in your baby’s room’: A hacker took over a baby monitor and broadcast threats, parents say
A ride through Elon Musk’s first Boring Company tunnel
Elon Musk’s first Boring Company tunnel opens
Start a post, then delete it? Many websites save it anyway.
Russia Used Every Major Social Media Platform To Help Elect, Support Trump, Report Says
This patent shows Amazon may seek to create a ‘database of suspicious persons’ using facial...
Eight simple tricks to keep hackers from ruining Christmas shopping
Bomb threat at Facebook’s Silicon Valley HQ sparks evacuation
Google reveals new security bug affecting more than 52 million users
‘I do not respect the SEC’: 6 noteworthy moments from Tesla CEO’s ’60 Minutes’ interview
Gmail ‘Promotions’ bug reveals an algorithmic mystery
Your Apple products are getting more expensive. Here’s how they get away with it.
The ‘soap opera effect,’ explained
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket misses barge, makes water landing
SpaceX’s rocket crash lands in water after spinning wildly
How a court battle between Amazon and Oracle could shape the Pentagon’s cloud computing
Delta opens first U.S. facial recognition airport terminal
Marriott Discloses Data Breach Affecting Up to 500 Million Guests Since 2014