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Facebook Launches 'Place Tips' Local Recommendations

With the new feature, location-based recommendations pop up at the top of your News Feed.

'Anonymous' Credit Card Data Can Still Give You Away

A researcher has shown that knowing just a handful of charges out of millions of "anonymized" purchases will serve to identify a card and its owner.

You Can Now Pre-Order Sony's $1,200 Walkman

Do you have an extraordinary sense of hearing and a couple thousand bucks burning a hole in your pocket? Sony wants to talk to you.

FCC Sets New, Faster Definition for Broadband

U.S. regulators have determined that only connections with download speeds of 25 megabits per second or faster will qualify as broadband.

Want to Watch the Ads, Skip the Game? Dish Says OK

For the Monday morning commercial quarterbacks, Dish offers a way to skip the touchdowns and interceptions and just focus on the ads.

Here's What the Tech Industry Really Looks Like for Women

People on social media expressed outrage on Thursday with a Newsweek cover that depicts a woman whose dress is being lifted by a cursor.

France Launches Online Campaign to Deter Would-Be Jihadis

Three weeks after deadly attacks rocked the country, authorities began an Web campaign to dissuade would-be jihadis from joining terror groups.

France Launches Online Campaign to Deter Would-Be Jihadists

Three weeks after deadly attacks rocked the country, authorities began an Web campaign to dissuade would-be jihadists from joining terror groups.

Smart Mattress Cover Warms Your Bed, Tracks Your Sleep

The Internet of Things has made its way into a lot of homes already, but the Luna is one of the first devices to get all the way into the bed.

Facebook Users Are Increasingly Going Mobile

Facebook says more than eight of every 10 people who use its service now do so on a mobile device.

Natural Disaster? Cyborg Cockroaches to the Rescue

Researchers have harnessed nature's most enduring survivor, the cockroach. By outfitting the insects with remote controls and audio sensors, scientists can use the bugs to explore disaster sites and find survivors.

FAA: Super Bowl is 'No Drone Zone'

Hoping to buzz Tom Brady with a drone during the Super Bowl? Too bad.

Microsoft's Cortana Picks Patriots to Win Super Bowl

Will Tom Brady and the New England Patriots defeat the Seattle Seahawks in NFL Super Bowl XLIX? Cortana thinks so.

How Games like Trivia Crack Get Inside Your Head

Quick, before you start this article, isn't there time for a quick round of Trivia Crack?

Happy 'Data Privacy Day,' Now Lock Your Cellphone

No one plans to lose their cellphone, but if it happens and the phone isn't locked, the consequences can be devastating.

Man Hacks Into Baby Monitor

A nanny is terrified to learn someone hacked into baby monitor camera and watched her every move. KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

Instagram for a Cause: Movement to Feed Homeless

HashtagLunchbag, a movement that began with a few brown-bag lunches for the homeless on Skid Row, has spread to 100 cities and five continents.

It's Official: Apple Watch Will Ship in April

Chief Executive Tim Cook announced the timing as part of the company's holiday quarter earnings call.

Lawmakers: Should Social Media Ban Terrorist Posts?

Lawmakers and policy experts discussed whether social media sites should be held responsible when terrorists use them.

Yahoo to Spin Off Its Remaining Stake in Alibaba

A newly formed entity called SpinCo will inherit ownership of Yahoo's remaining 384 million shares in the Chinese ecommerce giant.

Pay Attention! Your Car May Be Watching You

The next wave of technology designed to keep drivers from getting distracted or dozing off could soon be watching you behind the wheel.

Forget Your Keys? Use Your Phone Instead With 'Bolt'

If you're forgetful, Lockitron's smart Bolt door lock might be a good backup plan for when you leave your keys in the office or a cab.

Apple Sells Record 74.5 Million iPhones in Three Months

Apple had another blowout quarter thanks to its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which helped the company smash sales records for the holiday season.

Hackers Infiltrating Your Cellphone? It Could Happen

These days, it's the norm to protect your home computer from malware. But what are you doing to protect your cellphone?

Obama: Drones Need to Be Better Regulated

One day after a small drone drifted onto White House property, President Obama told CNN that the US needs to do more to regulate drone use.

Driverless Cars Get Green Light on German Autobahn

Prototypes of driverless cars are set to get the go-ahead on a stretch of Germany's busy A9 autobahn.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown: Social Sites Suffer Outage

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

Snow Letdown: How Do Weather Forecasts Go Wrong?

New York City was expecting a massive amount of snow, but it never materialized.


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