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  1. Kindle security flaw can be exploited by hidden codes in e-books
  2. Say hello to the FBI's national facial recognition system
  3. WikiLeaks posts the software governments use to spy on dissidents
  4. The NSA broke into big German networks to map their data traffic
  5. Google reveals the first low-cost Android One phones
  6. DARPA's jetpack will help soldiers run faster, stronger (video)
  7. HTC's next device could be an action camera
  8. Leaked Windows 9 screenshots hint at a redesigned desktop
  9. Facebook test lets users schedule when a post will be deleted
  10. 5 million Gmail passwords published, but don't panic
  11. PayPal and Coinbase are partnering to enable Bitcoin payments
  12. Here's what it's like to use a watch as a phone
  13. Boot content to any TV wirelessly with Screen Sharing for Lumia
  14. HTC introduces new midrange flagship phone with 64-bit support
  15. Nokia is bringing its mapping app back to iOS
  16. Opportunity rover is getting reformatted after ten years on Mars
  17. UK police threaten companies that sell domains to piracy sites
  18. Physics' best-known lectures are now available to everyone on the web
  19. Flaw lets hackers break your WiFi router's security with one guess
  20. World's first government-backed digital currency to launch in December
  21. Chrome update lets you share your browser, not your history
  22. Microsoft OneDrive for Android now lets you mix business with pleasure
  23. IBM lets scientists pay to play with its thinking supercomputer
  24. Mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones solved with GPS and time-lapse photos
  25. Microsoft explains how it's getting rid of fake Windows Store apps
  26. NASA's massive Space Launch System rocket is slated for a 2018 launch
  27. Lockheed Martin to track space junk from the Australian Outback
  28. Imagination Technologies will give its 'Raspberry Pi on steroids' away for free
  29. 8TB hard drives have arrived
  30. Back to School 2014: The 10 best tablets
  31. Spotify is now free for Windows Phone users
  32. European Space Agency chooses potential landing sites for its comet probe
  33. Europe launches two navigation satellites into the wrong orbit
  34. App security flaw makes your iPhone call without asking
  35. PlayStation Network goes down following cyberattacks
  36. China's government-backed operating system should hit desktops in October
  37. LG will reveal a circular smartwatch next week to compete with the Moto 360
  38. Russian official claims sea plankton was found clinging to ISS windows
  39. Your smartphone can now tell you if you have a heart condition
  40. Bing Maps spices up more than 100 cities with 3D and Streetside views
  41. Robin Williams tribute characters found in World of Warcraft data
  42. US military bans staff from reading a site devoted to leaks
  43. UK tries to protect kids by rating music videos like movies
  44. See-through solar panels provide power and a killer view
  45. Discarded car batteries could become low-cost solar cells
  46. PayPal's One Touch wants to power your in-app mobile purchases
  47. Octopus-like camouflage can hide you in plain sight
  48. Sound off! How do you keep your digital data safe?
  49. Now you only have to barely move your hand to control your smart glasses
  50. Spies used YouTube videos and Microsoft log-ins to take over devices
  51. 3D-printed wind turbine puts 300W of power in your backpack
  52. The US' first privacy-focused technology officer has left after one year
  53. Germany accidentally spied on phone calls from Hillary Clinton and John Kerry
  54. UK spies have scanned the internet connections of entire countries
  55. The second wave of Oculus' latest VR headsets start shipping in October
  56. Hackers transform a smartphone gyroscope into always-on microphone
  57. YouTube refreshes television app for set-top boxes, game consoles and smart TVs
  58. Google's experimental Hangouts app borrows inspiration from Facebook
  59. Twitter makes it easier for VIPs to reach each other above the noise
  60. Scientists turn to hemp for cheap, fast-charging batteries
  61. Snowden: The NSA's building Skynet to fight wars online
  62. Edward Snowden left behind clues so the NSA would understand his motives
  63. The NSA collected more of your personal data than it was legally allowed to
  64. Up to 23 million active Twitter accounts are bots
  65. California's smartphone kill switch bill is about to become law
  66. Microsoft Research project turns a smartphone camera into a cheap Kinect
  67. Smart collar turns your cat into a WiFi hacking weapon
  68. Watch the ISEE-3 lunar flyby live, beginning at 1:30PM ET
  69. Xiaomi issues fix amid privacy scare over its cloud messaging service
  70. First satellite with high-resolution public imaging launches on August 13th
  71. Stacking solar cells leads to more efficient energy collection, lower bills
  72. T-Mobile will now unlock select phones via an app
  73. China wants you to use your real name on social media
  74. You can now add a callback number to your lost (and locked) Android phone
  75. Desktop-sized laser supercomputers could be coming by 2020
  76. Microsoft wants you to say farewell to ye olde Internet Explorer
  77. IBM's new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power
  78. Edward Snowden gets a three-year extension on his stay in Russia
  79. Microsoft's idea of severance pay is a free Lumia 630
  80. Internet Explorer will block old plugins that leave your PC open to attack
  81. Ninja Sphere promises to turn your house into a smart home for $329
  82. China bans Apple products for government use
  83. Samsung teases a Galaxy Note 4 reveal for September 3rd
  84. US government says someone besides Snowden is leaking secret docs
  85. Explore the moon and Mars with Google Maps
  86. Apple will reportedly announce its next iPhone on September 9th
  87. The FBI uses malware to combat online anonymity
  88. In-car heads-up display lets you respond to texts with hand motions and voice
  89. Aussie electric vehicle breaks 20-year-old world speed record
  90. Viber's Snapchat-like voice feature comes to Windows Phone 8
  91. Now you can catch Cat Fact fever from your phone
  92. Xiaomi, not Samsung, makes China's smartphone of choice
  93. Robotic exoskeletons give dock workers superhuman lifting abilities
  94. What you need to know about hybrid and electric cars
  95. UK government wants one huge database to help it run the country
  96. Android Wear app tries to squeeze Wikipedia onto your wrist
  97. Chinese government drops foreign security software
  98. UK spy agency gives thumbs up to grad degrees in online security
  99. LG fixes G Watch charging flaw that can irritate your skin
  100. Google explains how it handles Europeans' requests to be forgotten online
  101. Catching waves with Rip Curl's SearchGPS surf watch
  102. James Cameron found himself at the bottom of the ocean
  103. YouTube comes to Sky's Now TV box
  104. New malware can live inside any USB device undetected
  105. The government still won't let Twitter share details about national security requests
  106. CIA admits to spying on US Senate computer network
  107. Tesla seals landmark deal to mass-produce EV batteries in the US
  108. The top 9 wearables you can buy right now
  109. Russia wants Apple and SAP to prove that their software isn't used for spying
  110. Life on the ISS as seen through social media
  111. Three's smartphone app for calling and texting over WiFi now available
  112. Samsung's phone market share takes a bruising as Chinese rivals surge
  113. Google now shows what you can do near your hotel
  114. How to make your dumb home smarter without spending a fortune
  115. UK copyright police hit piracy sites where it hurts: their wallets
  116. Microsoft and Intel's latest development board will cost you $300
  117. Opportunity rover breaks record for longest distance driven off-Earth
  118. Russia offers a $110,000 bounty if you can crack Tor
  119. What you need to know about card skimming
  120. Europe approves Apple's $3 billion takeover of Beats
  121. Next-generation lithium cells will double your phone's battery life
  122. Solar cells cool themselves to produce more power
  123. Turn your Android phone into a PC gamepad with this new app
  124. UK politician calls for in-game thieves to be prosecuted like real criminals
  125. Google Maps' new, context-savvy local guide reaches Android
  126. Denon unveils its first receivers with extra-immersive Dolby Atmos sound
  127. 'Father of the internet' Vint Cerf explains how web addresses work
  128. Virtual reality project has you reaching for the stars
  129. The top 12 tablets you can buy right now
  130. Digify helps you protect your data by sending self-destructing files
  131. eBay's ticket site StubHub says it's the victim of a 'global fraud ring'
  132. ASUS has the world's fastest WiFi router... for now
  133. Edward Snowden's preferred OS has a major security flaw
  134. A newer kind of web tracking is almost impossible to stop
  135. O2 Travel add-on offers unlimited data in Europe for 2 per day
  136. What you need to know about the Apollo 11 moon landing
  137. Tiny device aims to tell you if your drink has been spiked
  138. Pranksters can hijack your Chromecast to show whatever they want
  139. Sainsbury's becomes first supermarket to power a store with food waste alone
  140. UK government weighs Tesla's Model S for its 5 million electric vehicle fleet
  141. Search engine turns the tables on hackers by exposing their info
  142. Control high-speed photography from your phone with this camera trigger
  143. NASA says lunar caves could provide living spaces for future astronauts
  144. New York wants Bitcoin exchanges to be heavily regulated
  145. The top 15 smartphones you can buy right now
  146. You can buy your next Dell laptop with Bitcoin
  147. Google finally agrees to fix Chrome bug that drains Windows laptop batteries
  148. This bacteria eats nothing but electricity to survive
  149. Snowden reports NSA employees intercept, share private nude photos
  150. Facebook's got a new app and you (probably) can't have it
  151. Why Tesla Motors can't sell cars in most of the United States
  152. Microsoft lets the EU exercise its 'right to be forgotten' on Bing
  153. Australian bill would jail those who report on leaked spying operations
  154. Senate passes a bill that legalizes cellphone unlocking
  155. Experimental stem cell treatment causes woman to grow parts of a nose on her spine
  156. Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega is suing Activision for putting him in Call of Duty
  157. Generating power from heat will soon be dirt cheap
  158. Carphone Warehouse could launch its own mobile network with Three's help
  159. NASA's new telescopes could spot alien life within 20 years
  160. UK police begin trialling the world's fastest face recognition tech
  161. Google now tells you how much your Bitcoin is worth
  162. Some new Windows Phones won't let you change your web search provider
  163. Yahoo Japan will erase your digital footprint after you pass away
  164. Snapchat outs location-based filters, but only for LA and NYC
  165. Add a battery-saving, E Ink display to your phone for $79
  166. Data thieves want to track what you type at hotel business centers
  167. Microsoft says super-cheap Windows devices are on the way
  168. $20 reusable chip detects type-1 diabetes quickly and cheaply
  169. In Pictures: The spectacle of the 'Supermoon'
  170. Samsung cuts ties with factory following child labor findings
  171. Online ticket companies could soon face the music over expensive booking fees
  172. UK plans to build first spaceport outside the US by 2018
  173. Raspberry Pi launches Model B+ with extra USB ports, microSD support
  174. US claims Chinese exec used hackers to steal warplane data
  175. Google's Play Store is getting a big, visually intensive makeover
  176. Russia's new tram is a Batmobile on the outside, tech hub on the inside
  177. If you're buying an Android Wear watch this weekend, read this first
  178. Microsoft's Climatology Android app is all about what the weather's usually like
  179. The Big Picture: How astronauts keep things clean
  180. Microsoft kills off 'Streets & Trips,' hopes you'll use Bing Maps instead
  181. What you need to know about Kickstarter, Indiegogo and the concept of crowdfunding
  182. China thinks the iPhone's tracking features are a risk to national security
  183. Amazon sidesteps French ban on free shipping by charging a penny
  184. Google says it's struggling to cope after being asked to censor 250,000 EU webpages
  185. PC shipments appear to flatten out after two years of steep decline
  186. Revived NASA space probe might not go back to work after all
  187. Tour Mythbuster Adam Savage's collection of collections with Street View
  188. India plans to build the world's largest floating solar farm
  189. Gmail for Android adds a faster way to attach Google Drive files
  190. UK details new laws to retain users' internet and phone activity
  191. ?Tor Project is being sued for enabling a revenge porn site
  192. 'Watch Dogs' web app turns real data into a virtual surveillance state
  193. Google, Dropbox, Canon and others team up to disarm future patent trolls
  194. Refusing to decrypt data for investigators gets student 6 months in jail
  195. Microsoft's Video Tuner outfits Windows Phone 8.1 with easy clip editing
  196. Chromecast update lets you mirror your Android screen on a TV
  197. RocketSkates let you zip along the sidewalk at a top speed of 12MPH
  198. FBI and NSA targeted prominent Muslim-American leaders for surveillance
  199. Prominent climate change skeptic claims he's been 'banned' by the BBC
  200. Methane-powered rocket wants to conquer space on the cheap
  201. See what makes Android Wear tick in these teardowns
  202. Microsoft offering $75 credit if gamers upgrade to an Xbox One
  203. Key fob phone alerts friends that you need help with the press of a button
  204. Account-stealing bank machine skimmers are now virtually invisible
  205. Retired NASA probe brought back to life after 27 years drifting in space
  206. The TSA won't let you board some flights unless your devices turn on
  207. Most of the NSA's intercepted messages involve ordinary people
  208. Qualcomm briefly takes down Android code for CyanogenMod, Sony and itself
  209. NASA gives the go-ahead to a rocket designed for deep space exploration
  210. Google makes sure its founders will survive a Terminator assault
  211. The Big Picture: NASA flies massive SOFIA telescope to the stratosphere
  212. If you've researched online privacy then the NSA may already be tracking you
  213. The forgotten losers of the console wars
  214. This stackable media hub plays your old 16-bit game cartridges
  215. What you need to know about social media activism
  216. Irish court ruling says defacing Facebook and physical property are the same thing
  217. Microsoft is testing a fix for Windows 8.1 upgrade woes
  218. Facebook used you like a lab rat and you probably don't care
  219. Microsoft's new encryption makes it tougher to spy on your email
  220. 50 Cent's new sports headphones aren't subtle, and that's OK
  221. Madrid's parking meters now charge extra if you drive a fuel hog
  222. Aereo asks users to fight back against Supreme Court ruling
  223. 'Super-Earth' is closest planet yet that could support life
  224. Windows 9 will morph to fit the device it's running on
  225. Massachusetts Supreme Court says it can order you to decrypt your computer
  226. UK cinemas to ban Google Glass over piracy fears
  227. Watch a sniper nail his target from 500 yards without even 'looking' at it
  228. Record-breaking magnet crams three tons of force into the size of a golf ball
  229. Privacy-focused Blackphone starts shipping for $630
  230. Microsoft hints that Windows Phone will soon let you put apps in folders
  231. Facebook explains why it briefly toyed with users' emotions
  232. California makes it legal to pay with Bitcoin and other virtual currencies
  233. Google will have sole control over the interfaces of Android Auto, Wear and TV
  234. ASUS is reportedly making the cheapest Android Wear smartwatch yet
  235. The NSA's 2013 transparency report is more opaque
  236. For $10,000, here's a mechanical watch you'll never have to set
  237. 'OK Google' voice commands are coming to your Android lockscreen
  238. Forget.me makes it slightly easier to wipe yourself from Google's memory
  239. Balloons could power space tourism by 2016
  240. LG's G Watch has a smartphone processor inside and goes on preorder today
  241. Android L is bringing better battery life to all, battery saver squeezes out 90 extra minutes
  242. Android still the dominant mobile OS with 1 billion active users
  243. The Big Picture: Punching a hole in a (simulated) spacecraft
  244. Planetary Resources wants your help spotting asteroids
  245. Sit back and watch hacks around the world in real time
  246. Powerful spyware apps let the government control everything on your phone
  247. How to Disappear (almost) Completely: the illusion of privacy
  248. Google Glass goes on sale in the UK for 1,000
  249. Microsoft giving away 15GB of OneDrive storage, 1TB for Office 365 users
  250. Watch lightning strike around the world in real time