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The FBI Is Now Investigating Facebook's Security Breach Where Attackers Accessed
Facebook says millions of users had names, search history and location data stolen in recen...
Google’s Pixel 3 screens your calls and judges your photos
Microsoft welcomes scrutiny of tech industry that has roiled its competition this year, say...
Laughing at the Google+ bug? You’re making a big mistake.
How to delete your Google+ account
Facebook's new video chat camera, Portal, can follow you
Facebook unveils the Portal, a video chat camera for the people who still trust Facebook
Amazon’s $15 minimum wage doesn’t end debate over whether it’s creating good jobs
‘Presidential alert’ test sets phones to buzzing across country
What's that presidential alert message on your phone?
Apple CEO Tim Cook says giving up your data for better services is ‘a bunch of bunk’
Verizon customers in four cities are officially getting 5G-based Internet service today
SEC sues Musk, seeks his removal from Tesla
Google overhauls search to show more pictures, videos and context
Co-founders of Instagram submit resignations
A content moderator says she got PTSD while reviewing images posted on Facebook
Amazon’s Alexa is coming for your microwave, wall clock and more
Sony's robot dog Aibo vs. a real puppy
’This is my lifelong dream’: Japanese billionaire aims to fly to the moon
Apple designer Jony Ive is ‘zealous’ over the tech giant’s most personal device
5 things that are smaller than the screen on Apple’s new iPhone Xs Max
Apple reveals iPhone XR
Apple shows off new iPhone XS camera features
Apple reveals ‘the most advanced iPhone’ ever created
Apple Watch Series 4 revealed
Disaster preparedness apps are flourishing ahead of Hurricane Florence
Apple event 2018: Live coverage
The explosive problem with recycling old devices
Verizon’s troubles with AOL taught it a lesson: Consumers care about privacy