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SpaceX Test Flight Explodes Over Texas Town

A SpaceX prototype rocket automatically detonated Friday after a problem during a flight over McGregor, Texas, the company told NBC News Friday night.

FBI Shreds Millions of Files, Goes All-Digital

The FBI has done away with millions upon millions of paper files, stashed in rows of cabinets, as it moves to an all-digital records system.

Security Breach Hit 25,000 Federal Workers

A recent computer breach at a government contracting firm may have affected the internal files of as many as 25,000 Homeland Security workers.

Google's Self-Driving Cars To Get Steering Wheels

California rules for testing of autonomous vehicles require that a driver be able to take “immediate physical control” in case something goes wrong.

Most People Download Zero Apps a Month

Download overload! It turns out most people are happy with the few apps that they have.

Zoo Design Envisions Habitats Without Humans

A new plan for the Givskud Zoo in Denmark gives animals more freedom in captivity while effectively placing humans inside protective barriers.

'Flappy Bird' Creator Launches 'Swing Copters' Game

The creator of the ultra-difficult game sensation, "Flappy Bird," has released a new title — and believe it or not, it's even harder.

Sneak Attack: Android Apps Can Spy on Each Other

Researchers have shown that one app can "spy" on another and possibly even steal passwords, credit-card numbers or sensitive photos.

New Technology May Help Stop ATM Skimming Fraud

American ATM manufacturer Diebold has developed technology it claims will stop card skimming, the most common type of ATM fraud.

No Copyright for Monkey Selfie, U.S. Regulators Say

Before you go bananas over a monkey selfie, know that the U.S. Copyright Office is on the side of humans.

No Copyright for Monkey Selfie, U.S. Regulators Say

Before you go bananas over a monkey selfie, know that the U.S. Copyright Office is on the side of humans.

Five Free Apps Help College Kids Save, Sleep, Study

Here are five free mobile apps to help college students study, find special student discounts near campus and cheaply rent textbooks.

Research Lays Groundwork for Moth Biobots

Researchers are using a novel method to better understand how moths' nervous systems work, with the ultimate goal of controlling their flight.

Hitchhiking Robot Made its Way Across Canada

HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot created by two professors in Canada, has arrived home to British Columbia after a 3,870-mile journey across Canada.

Hackers Target Colleges to Steal Data, Research

As college students head back to school, cybercriminals are heading back to work.

Secret Users Are Now Hosting Exclusive Dinner Parties

Anonymous users of the gossipy app Secret are now throwing dinner parties.

For Twitter, James Foley Tragedy Raises Tough Questions

Twitter banned users sharing graphic images of deceased journalist James Foley. Did it make the right call?

UPS Stores Hack Puts Customer Info at Risk

Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card info exposed by a computer virus found on systems at stores in 24 states.

Stop. No, Go! Traffic Lights Prove Easy To Hack

A team of researchers managed to take control of a system of nearly 100 traffic lights with nothing more than a laptop and a bit of custom code.

Internet Invaders: What Exactly Is a Troll?

Trolls are more than just characters in fairy tales. They've been stirring up trouble in the comments section of many websites.

Mom Builds an App so Her Son Will 'Ignore No More'

Ever get the feeling your calls are being ignored? In the age of smartphones and caller ID, we all know it happens, but what can be done?

Uber and Lyft Scramble for Lead in Hired-Car Market

Will the escalating shenanigans of Uber and Lyft hurt consumers, or is it just good old-fashioned competition?

Uber and Lyft Scramble for Lead in Hired-Car Market

Will the escalating shenanigans of Uber and Lyft hurt consumers, or is it just good old-fashioned competition?

Uber and Lyft Race for Edge in Hired-Car Market

Will the escalating shenanigans of Uber and Lyft hurt consumers, or is it just good old-fashioned competition?

Barnes & Noble and Samsung Unveil New Nook Tablet

Barnes & Noble and Samsung on Wednesday unveiled a new co-branded tablet called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook that will replace B&N's own Nook tablets.

Want Pot Delivered to Your Door? Just Press This Button

Companies including Eaze and Canary aim to make marijuana delivery as easy as the tap of a few smartphone buttons.

California Solar Plant Incinerating Birds Mid-Air

FBI Investigating Theft of 1.2 Billion Passwords

Hold Security, a cybersecurity firm, said earlier this month that it has uncovered 1.2 billion logins and passwords amassed by a Russian crime ring.

'Selfie' the TV Show Has Arrived

Karen Gillan and John Cho let the social media references flow on the new comedy "Selfie."

Top Guns: Drone and Pilot Team Up on Historic Flight

The Navy proves that unmanned drones and fighter pilots can fly together.


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