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Smarter Smartphones: What Is a Kill Switch?
With smartphone thefts on the rise, the mobile phone industry is working to make stolen devices worthless to criminals.
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Martha Stewart Explains: 'Why I Love My Drone'
The lifestyle maven got a drone last year as a birthday present, and apparently life hasn’t been the same since then.
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A new study finds that the "Internet of Things" often lacks common security features, leaving devices and possibly your home open to attack.
Hands Free: Driverless Cars Could Hit U.K. in 2015
British officials have announced two official efforts to jump-start driverless vehicle testing and regulations in their country.
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Will Feds Go After OkCupid for Deceiving Daters?
On Monday, President Christian Rudder disclosed in a blog post that OkCupid had conducted experiments on its users.
'Bronie' Boom? How 3D Printing Could Change the Toy Industry
The 3-D printing is making it easier than ever for fans to express their love for TV shows, movies and video games.
Instagram Hopes to Shock Snapchat with Bolt
Bolt, the new ephemeral messaging app from Instagram, lets users send self-destructing photos and videos with a single tap.
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Netflix Inks Paid Connection Deal With AT&T, Too
Add AT&T to the list of Internet providers that now have a paid connection, or peering, deal with video streaming giant Netflix.
Facebook Gives Up on Gifts
Say goodbye to those messages on Facebook asking you to send birthday gifts to your friends.
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