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  1. Android Wear watches are reportedly getting iPhone support
  2. This is how Microsoft will unite your Windows 10 devices
  3. Cyanogen celebrates its new Qualcomm partnership with a complete rebrand
  4. These 'privacy glasses' make you invisible to facial recognition
  5. Microsoft will announce two Windows Phones tomorrow
  6. 'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy passes away at 83
  7. Swiss watchmakers are teaming up to fight Apple and Google
  8. Microsoft made an Android keyboard especially for Excel
  9. Google won't ban adult content on Blogger after all
  10. Scientists puzzled by 'bright spots' on surface of dwarf planet Ceres
  11. Police kill money-stealing botnet that infected millions of PCs
  12. Apple ordered to pay $532.9 million to an iTunes patent troll
  13. AMD's next laptop processor is mostly about battery life
  14. Russia will keep its pieces of the International Space Station in orbit
  15. I got a connected surveillance camera, but used it mainly as a puppycam
  16. Curiosity learns to drill into Mars rocks without breaking them
  17. Chrome warns users of malware-infected websites before connecting to them
  18. Google's banning sexually explicit content from its blogging platform
  19. The top 11 tablets you can buy today
  20. Hack puts iPhone notifications on an Android Wear watch
  21. Microsoft will soon help you find friends with Windows phones
  22. Hubble photo of a star can help scientists study how planets are born
  23. YouTube launches a dedicated app for kids on February 23
  24. US and UK spy agencies stole the secrets keeping your phone secure
  25. How to build a high-end, overclocked PC (as written by an idiot)
  26. 3D-printed tools from the ISS are back on Earth for testing
  27. MIT's light-up robot garden teaches you how to code
  28. Leader of webcam spying ring 'Blackshades' pleads guilty
  29. Beam's Android-powered projector fits in your light sockets
  30. See Russia's Tesla Tower through the eyes of a drone
  31. The black hole imagery of 'Interstellar' is now helping astrophysics
  32. The Big Picture: Rosetta gets up close and personal with a comet
  33. Office for iOS can store your files in iCloud
  34. Native Americans still battling Facebook over real name policy
  35. Find out if the UK used NSA data to spy on you
  36. The NSA hides surveillance software in hard drives
  37. A night in Richard Branson's state-of-the-art Virgin Hotel
  38. It's now possible to map your home's WiFi signal in 3D
  39. Study says Android 4.0 and iOS 8 are most likely to crash your apps
  40. Apple decides marijuana app belongs in the App Store after all
  41. Windows 10 Technical Preview arrives on phones
  42. UK makes 'revenge porn' illegal with punishment of up to two years in jail
  43. Find your pals in a crowd with this flashing phone app
  44. Parallels just made it easier to try Windows 10 on your Mac
  45. Facebook helps online services warn each other about security threats
  46. Smartphone 'kill switches' are reducing thefts in big cities
  47. UK government promises free WiFi on trains by 2017
  48. US launching a new cyberwarfare agency in wake of Sony attacks
  49. Nikon's D810A DSLR is designed for shooting stars
  50. iOS 9 reportedly focuses on under-the-hood upgrades
  51. France can order internet providers to block terrorist websites
  52. Ancestry website won't let you borrow its UFO records
  53. Schools ban watches from exams to keep cheating off wrists
  54. Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial
  55. The Big Picture: three Galilean moons make their way across Jupiter
  56. Take a look at the far side of the moon in this new NASA video
  57. UK court rules that GCHQ unlawfully spied on British citizens
  58. Canon's 5Ds and 5Ds R have whopping 50.6-megapixel sensors
  59. Chrome OS lets you lock lost or stolen computers
  60. Sound Off! Share what you're doing with a Raspberry Pi
  61. Twitter CEO admits 'we suck at dealing with trolls,' vows to fix it
  62. Monitoring Julian Assange has cost the UK government up to 10 million
  63. Spyware tries to lure gamers through fake in-game voice apps
  64. China will require your real name for internet account sign-ups
  65. 'Canary Watch' legally reveals when sites get national security requests
  66. Sneaky ad-spewing apps land on millions of Android devices
  67. Great, another 'solution' to your smartphone's terrible battery life
  68. London has a real problem with thieves targeting keyless cars
  69. Microsoft's putting Bing on your Android lock screen
  70. The end is reportedly near for RadioShack
  71. Windows 10 is coming to the Raspberry Pi 2 for free
  72. Dixons Carphone is planning its own mobile network too
  73. Raspberry Pi 2 announced with substantial hardware upgrades
  74. Entangled photons on a chip could lead to super-fast computers
  75. The US Army wants you to look at code it uses to spot cyberattacks
  76. The Big Picture: The mouth of an interstellar beast
  77. Your BMW just downloaded a security patch
  78. Google makes Earth Pro available to virtual travelers for free
  79. British thieves stole DVDs from a supermarket by mailing them home
  80. Google agrees to make its privacy policy clearer in the UK
  81. Microsoft's Office for Android tablet apps arrive today
  82. Canada's digital spies are watching what you download
  83. Robot finds fish beneath Antarctic ice, could be used to explore Europa
  84. Man lists his Tesla Model S as an $85-a-night Airbnb room
  85. Google explains why it's not fixing web security in old Android phones
  86. Google reveals Mac security holes before Apple's fix is ready
  87. Winklevoss twins want to make Bitcoin legit with US-based exchange
  88. Here's the code you need for Sony's 10 percent PSN store discount
  89. 'Project Eyes' tackles pirate fishing with satellites and algorithms
  90. Apple apparently hasn't solved the smartwatch battery life problem
  91. Forget detention: Illinois students might have to forfeit their Facebook passwords
  92. Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat encrypted video calling service
  93. Microsoft's HoloLens headset is a holographic display for Windows 10
  94. Microsoft finally shows off Windows 10 for phones and small tablets
  95. Windows 10 browser includes Cortana, note-taking and offline reading
  96. Windows 10's messaging lets you use multiple chat services at once
  97. You can stream Forza or Halo from Xbox One to Windows 10
  98. LastPass native app for Mac works just like the browser add-ons
  99. Apple's latest acquisition will tell it what the world is listening to
  100. SpaceX is now a $10 billion company thanks to Google
  101. Hackers broke into Sony Pictures using an unpatched security hole
  102. What to expect from Microsoft's next Windows 10 event
  103. Please don't use these passwords. Sincerely, the Internet
  104. The FDA will regulate wearables making health claims
  105. Sky will soon switch on adult broadband filters for indecisive customers
  106. UK spies collected journalists' email as part of a test
  107. Google and SpaceX are talking about internet satellites
  108. The NSA knew North Korea hacked Sony because it hacked North Korea first
  109. NSA brags about turning the tables on cyberwarfare hackers
  110. Virgin wants to launch 'world's largest' array of internet satellites
  111. Google Maps for Android now lets you easily share directions
  112. Xiaomi mocks Apple with its very own premium phablet
  113. GoPro deal brings action cameras to live TV
  114. Russia starts banning Bitcoin websites
  115. Google's Android launcher lets you pretend you're using Lollipop
  116. Google won't fix a security bug that's in almost a billion Android phones
  117. The UK wants to essentially ban all secure communications
  118. Here's how accessories will use your iPhone's Lightning port
  119. Use your iPhone to access Google's Chrome Remote Desktop
  120. Thieves tried to swipe credit cards using an iPod nano
  121. Samsung's super-slim Galaxy A7 prioritizes looks over power
  122. Google's translation app will soon turn speech into text on the fly
  123. Brazil's enormous taxes chase Nintendo out of the country
  124. Watch SpaceX launch its Falcon 9 rocket and try to land it on a barge (updated)
  125. Neil Young's high-definition Pono Music is coming to cars
  126. Following Sony hacks, Congress revisits much-maligned spying bill
  127. Charlie Hebdo will print a million copies of its next edition with government and Google help
  128. Windows 10's new browser reportedly lets you search with your voice
  129. Samsung's latest SSD is absurdly fast and uses virtually no standby power
  130. Premier League football clubs are banning selfie sticks from stadiums
  131. Intel's Compute Stick puts Windows 8.1 on your TV for $149
  132. FBI explains how it linked North Korea to the Sony Pictures hack
  133. You can play 2,400 classic DOS games in your web browser
  134. The Big Picture: Andromeda galaxy panorama by Hubble
  135. BMW wants you to control your car's features from a Samsung tablet
  136. Samsung's first portable SSD packs fast storage for relatively little cash
  137. This power pack can charge your iPhone 6 in 15 minutes
  138. We're (eventually) doomed: passing stars may rain comets on Earth
  139. 'Smarter' TVs know what you're watching, react accordingly
  140. Avegant's headphone-like wearable display arrives this fall
  141. Xiaomi's smartphone sales tripled in one year
  142. Seagate outs a fleet of cloud, wireless and super-thin hard drives
  143. Mother welcomes developers into her creepy connected world
  144. The Smithsonian now lets you see 40,000 pieces of art online
  145. Twitter Video will be a lot more like YouTube than Vine
  146. Google posts Windows 8.1 vulnerability before Microsoft can patch it
  147. OnePlus unveils its own Android build without Cyanogen
  148. Twitter has a new way to keep you up to date while you're AFK
  149. IRL: The Polaroid Cube is a tiny camera that leaves you wanting more
  150. All of Samsung's new smart TVs run Tizen, stream TV to your phone
  151. Working adults are too busy emailing to care about social media
  152. New York City ponders bitcoin and Apple Pay for parking tickets
  153. FBI wants to know if US banks launched revenge hacks against Iran
  154. You can make a 143-megapixel camera using a scanner
  155. FBI maintains that North Korea hacked Sony as detractors mount
  156. Kim Dotcom's secure chat service is launching 'soon'
  157. Scientists show how you can restore lost memories
  158. Windows 10 will reportedly come with a new, lighter web browser
  159. Great Firewall of China gets blamed for Gmail block
  160. Russia lets anyone use Earth-sensing data from its civilian satellites
  161. Here are the security measures NSA spies hate the most
  162. 'The Interview' is already Sony's most popular online movie to date
  163. PlayStation Network recovers following attacks
  164. These are the hackers who wrecked your holiday gaming
  165. Your smartphone is changing the way your fingers work
  166. The Big Picture: NuSTAR telescope shows the sun blasting out X-rays
  167. Quantum physics theory is easier to understand than you think
  168. Bitcoin exec to spend two years behind bars for Silk Road transactions
  169. The US wants China's help blocking North Korean hackers
  170. BlackBerry's surviving, but not as a smartphone company
  171. Instagram purges spam fake accounts, costing celebs millions of followers
  172. Which Chromebooks are worth buying?
  173. NASA delays 'capture the asteroid' plan until next year
  174. Netflix says offline playback is 'never going to happen'
  175. Curiosity detects organic molecules in Martian atmosphere and soil
  176. Google blocks Gmail add-ons that can spy on your messages
  177. PocketQube kits make it easier for amateurs to build their own satellites
  178. Scientists dream up a credit card that no one can forge
  179. Supercomputer gives most accurate picture yet of star formation
  180. New app tells you if you're too drunk to drive, helps call a cab
  181. Hackers won't release Sony workers' personal info if they object
  182. Google Now is almost ready to control your Nest thermostat
  183. FBI warns businesses about large-scale Iranian hacking threats
  184. Apple worked to block '100 percent' of iTunes competitors from iPods
  185. The Big Picture: Galactic collision provides amazing X-ray light show
  186. Google shuts Russian office following Putin's internet crackdown
  187. Telling people how to remove DRM isn't illegal
  188. Amazon's Android app has quietly been removed from Google Play
  189. Google to kill News service in Spain due to new law
  190. Microsoft now accepting Bitcoin at Xbox and Windows online stores
  191. BitTorrent needs your help to build its peer-to-peer browser
  192. Sony is reportedly using hacker methods to take its stolen data offline
  193. The world's slimmest smartphone is now 4.75mm thick
  194. The Navy's new laser can do more than just shoot down drones
  195. Barack Obama just became the first US president to write a computer program
  196. Judges rule that UK spying doesn't violate human rights
  197. Video game pioneer Ralph Baer dies aged 92
  198. North Korea treats its state-sponsored hackers like royalty
  199. New bill aims to curb US government backdoor spying
  200. What to get when you want a smarter home
  201. Samsung set to release its slimmest smartphone ever
  202. ZX Spectrum handheld smashes 100,000 funding goal in two days
  203. The fight over online sales tax and how it impacts you
  204. FBI warns businesses over malware that can override hard drive data
  205. The ZX Spectrum has been reimagined as an all-in-one gamepad
  206. Seller of StealthGenie spyware app gets fined $500,000
  207. Rosetta's camera takes the first color image of its comet
  208. The Big Picture: measuring the distance of the 'Eye of Sauron' galaxy
  209. The next Google Glass will be powered by Intel
  210. Sony Pictures is worried that North Korea hacked its computers
  211. Japan's Hayabusa 2 spacecraft will soon start its journey to a carbon-rich asteroid
  212. Microsoft reportedly planning Windows 10 event for January
  213. Windows 10 will play your .MKV and .FLAC files all on its own
  214. European Parliament passes vote asking for Google to be broken up
  215. Twitter will track which apps you use on your phone
  216. US warns about spyware that many believe it wrote
  217. Microsoft rolls out Bing Maps traffic guesstimation worldwide
  218. Sony Pictures' computers are still locked as hackers demand equality
  219. Skype now lets you videocall while doing other things on your Android phone
  220. The Big Picture: cooling molten metal in space
  221. Samsung reveals new eye-tracking mouse for the disabled
  222. NSA Privacy Director says fears of government spying are unwarranted
  223. A new project promises to turn your iPhone into a VR headset
  224. The Big Picture: our clearest view yet of Europa, Jupiter's icy moon
  225. UK wants internet providers to identify who's using their connections
  226. Sophisticated malware has been spying on computers since 2008
  227. Philae comet lander is sleeping, but not quiet
  228. European Parliament expected to push Google to break itself up
  229. Chinese devs can now sell their Android apps on the Play Store
  230. Yahoo will be Firefox's default search engine for the next five years
  231. Senators kill bill aimed at ending NSA's mass phone surveillance
  232. The Big Picture: giving birth to a solar system
  233. Create your own smart home with littleBits' house-friendly kit
  234. Google is cracking down on bad Android TV apps
  235. Uber says it won't track journalists after (allegedly) doing just that
  236. Tor users' IP addresses can be identified by exploiting routers
  237. What if your game console only allowed one move per day?
  238. US Marshals will auction 50,000 Bitcoins seized from Silk Road
  239. Sony's new sensor could bring DSLR-like autofocus to phones
  240. Sweden considers adding 'sexism' ratings to video games
  241. You'll soon be able to make Skype calls in your browser
  242. British retailers are using Shazam to hijack rivals' Christmas ads (update)
  243. In Germany, these servers wants to keep every home warm
  244. Exploit lets attackers replace your iPhone's apps with malware
  245. Samsung's experimental Galaxy Note Edge is coming to the UK
  246. Watch a rocket-powered bicycle outrun a supercar
  247. China suspected in US Postal Service hack that exposed data on 800,000 workers
  248. Raspberry Pi's new computer is somehow even smaller and cheaper
  249. Harvard used cameras to track attendance without telling students
  250. The top 9 tablets you can buy right now