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U.N. Monitoring Twitter for Mood on Climate Change

With a big summit on climate change coming up, the U.N. wants to keep up with the latest news — and, it turns out, how people online feel about it.

Moon-Hoax Claim Shot Down With Video-Game Tech

Graphics hardware company Nvidia decided to prove the moon landing really happened — by simulating it in a video game.

Navy Triton Spy Drone Completes Cross-Country Flight

The Navy's huge Triton unmanned aerial vehicle has just finished a nearly 3,800-mile trip across the country.

U2 Working With Apple on New, Secure Music Format

U2 is planning a new "audiovisual interactive format" that will resist pirating — but is that even possible?

iFans Line Up Around the World for New Phones

Eager iPhone fans surrounded Apple Stores and other retailers around the world Friday as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit shelves.

Opportunists Cash in on Delayed iPhone Launch in China

Regulatory hurdles mean the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus won't be available soon in China, the world's biggest smartphone market.

Watch Man Drop New iPhone Minutes After Purchase

The first person to buy the new iPhone six in Perth, Australia, dropped it as he was being interviewed by a TV reporter.

Marriott Wants You to Vacation on a Virtual Beach

Marriott Hotels is betting the future of travel will be, at least in part, virtual.

Are Laser Weapons the Future, or Just Hype?

Defense contractors have been trotting out new weapons systems. But will they ever be ready for battle?

How High-Tech Chats Are Saving Domestic Abuse Victims

For some survivors of domestic violence, the veil of privacy that talking online affords is the only way they will consider seeking help.

iPhone 6: Apple Fans Line Up Around the World

Hordes of iFanatics mobbed Apple Stores and other retailers around the world Friday as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit shelves.

World's Biggest IPO: Alibaba to Raise $21.8 Billion

The Chinese e-commerce company is expected to begin trading at the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning.

Alibaba Prices Biggest IPO Ever at $68 a Share

The Chinese e-commerce company is expected to begin trading at the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning.

iOS 8 Lets You Buy Things With a Fingerprint

Apple's Touch ID used to be just for unlocking your phone, but apps like Amazon can now use it to let you log in securely and make purchases.

56 Million Cards at Risk, Home Depot Says After Breach

Payment information for 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach.

56 Million Cards Affected in Home Depot Breach, Company Says

Payment information for 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach.

Oracle's Larry Ellison Stepping Down as CEO

Oracle said Larry Ellison, its co-founder and longtime CEO, will be stepping down, effective immediately to be replaced by Mark Hurd and Safra Catz.

Lines Form Around the World for the iPhone 6

There's pent-up demand for Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which officially go on sale on Friday.

Robot Bartenders? Why Not, Says 'Love Boat' Star

Royal Caribbean has hired a robot bartender. Ted Lange from "The Love Boat" says bartenders should not be worried.

Do Something About Those Superbugs, Obama Orders

President Barack Obama issued an executive order Thursday telling his administration to hurry up and do something about drug-resistant bacteria.

iPhone Users Lament: iOS 8 Takes up Too Much Space!

The latest version of iOS takes up a bit more space than expected on the iPhone, and people are losing it trying to figure out what to delete.

Uber, Others Cause 65 Percent Drop in SF Taxi Rides: Report

Consider the San Francisco taxi industry disrupted. A new report shows that taxi rides have dropped dramatically since Uber came on the scene.

Real People (Not Tech Reviewers) Hold iPhone 6 Plus

Are the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus too big? Real people try them out.

With iOS 8, Even Apple Can't Give Data to the NSA

Apple announces that it can't snoop on your phone without your passcode.

Amazon Unveils New Lineup of Tech Devices

The annual busy season for tech gadgets continues with Amazon's announcement of more than a half a dozen new devices.

Let the Frenzy Begin: What People Are Saying About the iPhone 6

Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on official sale Friday, but critics have already begun to weigh in.

Sex in the Sink: Gene-Swapping Bacteria Are Making New Superbugs

Bacteria appear to be having the microbial equivalent of inter-species sex in hospital sinks, swapping genes that help them resist antibiotics.

GAO Report: HealthCare.gov Still Has Security Flaws

A new report from the General Accounting Office (GAO) claims that HealthCare.gov has security flaws that put personal information at risk.

Facebook, Drag Queens Meet Over 'Real Names' Rules

The groups are at odds with the company's longstanding rule that people must register with their legal names to open an account.

This App Promises to Keep Your Pictures Safe From Hackers

In the wake of a string of celebrity iPhone hacks, one mobile app company is ramping up its efforts to keep all messages safe from hackers.


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