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  1. Hacker-turned-FBI informant may have orchestrated foreign cyberattacks
  2. Your connected home could one day save your life
  3. US government approves Facebook's purchase of Oculus
  4. Google Street View now serves as your own personal time machine
  5. This Chrome add-on lets you copy and erase text inside any image on the web
  6. Shocker! Nobody uses Samsung bloatware
  7. Google initiative will lease solar panels to consumers
  8. Kittyo looks after your cats so you don't have to
  9. Hacker attacks on websites shot up 75 percent last quarter
  10. Whatsapp now has 500 million active users to offer its new social overlord
  11. Google offered to help Samsung with Apple patent battle costs
  12. Google's new mobile ads help find apps that fit your daily habits
  13. Google Glass now displays your iPhone's text messages
  14. Here's how Microsoft tried to win the early instant messaging wars
  15. This 3mm-thick connector will let you Snap things onto your phone
  16. Yes, China employs censors to watch nothing but porn
  17. You can now pay for your Domino's Pizza with Google Wallet
  18. Americans are optimistic about technology, except drones... and robots... and...
  19. Samsung opens its own Innovation Museum: we take an early tour
  20. Drones help find World War II's missing soldiers
  21. Samsung data center fire causes outage, errors on smart TVs and phones (update: fixed)
  22. Irish school children are building worlds for the Oculus Rift
  23. Hide your stash, heat-seeking drones are helping thugs hijack UK weed crops
  24. FCC sets up the 'incentive auction' that will lead to faster wireless internet for everyone
  25. NASA just crashed a satellite into the moon on purpose
  26. Microsoft's now letting developers respond to app store critics
  27. Turkey to censor tweets with 'malicious' content
  28. Facebook's Nearby Friends feature keeps track of your pals, but only if they want you to
  29. My connected home turned me into a spy and an addict
  30. Putin tells Snowden live on air: no 'massive scale' surveillance of public communications
  31. Google's latest Street View algorithm beats its bot-sniffing security system
  32. Google's new camera app brings Photo Sphere and Lens Blur to Android devices
  33. Better's mobile app lets you call a Doctor as if they were tech support
  34. Microsoft's new keyboard is meant to be used with Smart TVs
  35. OnePlus One will cost under 290 / 350 in UK and Europe
  36. Mt. Gox faces liquidation as recovery plans scrapped
  37. Kim Dotcom will celebrate getting his fortune back on the race track
  38. Uber still offering rides in Belgium despite court order
  39. Lenovo's banking on motion control and Flex-able laptops with latest releases
  40. How Google's internet-balloon idea got off the ground
  41. NASA catches a glimpse of Saturn birthing a new moon
  42. Why the IRS wants to be your Facebook friend
  43. Here's the software that helps Edward Snowden avoid the NSA
  44. Why Amazon is right to steer clear of Bitcoin
  45. The Galaxy S5's fingerprint reader can be fooled by fake digits
  46. Google makes it easier to email your smartphone snaps from the web
  47. There'll be no escape from the FBI's new facial recognition system
  48. Belgium bans Uber, threatens 10,000 fine for each attempted pickup
  49. Google's new terms of service tell you that it's scanning email for ads
  50. Crooks use Heartbleed exploit to steal 900 Canadian tax IDs
  51. The UK's stolen phone market is as healthy as ever
  52. Windows Phone's latest update finally makes the OS feel whole
  53. Microsoft offers early download of Windows Phone 8.1
  54. This tiny generator can power wearable devices using your body heat
  55. NASA is looking for an alternative to battery power for its spacecraft
  56. NSA can keep quiet on internet flaws it discovers in 'clear national security' cases
  57. Cherry trees blossom six years early after a trip to space
  58. IRS tastes its own medicine, will pay Microsoft millions for Windows XP support
  59. ?What is Heartbleed, anyway?
  60. Audi competition aims to unlock the potential of connected cars
  61. We may soon use lasers to redirect lightning strikes
  62. Facebook report shows where and how often it blocked illegal content
  63. Sprint's cellphone for kids lets parents keep a close watch
  64. US will force Facebook to protect WhatsApp user privacy
  65. The Heartbleed bug is affecting routers, too
  66. Google will protect your phone by looking for sketchy apps you already installed
  67. In France, you can buy a phone contract from a vending machine
  68. Samsung's Galaxy S5 is trickier to repair than its ancestor
  69. Google Play Music can now stream direct to Sonos on Android
  70. eBay attempts to lure back UK users with 20 free listings a month
  71. Welcome to Mars on Earth
  72. The Solar Impulse 2 could fly around the world without a drop of fuel
  73. Samsung Galaxy Gear 2's battery is pretty easy to replace
  74. First UK Google Glass trial gives Parkinson's sufferers more independence
  75. Investigator worries that UK authorities may be misusing surveillance powers
  76. How to turn Sky's 10 Now TV box into a networked media player with Plex
  77. Court rules that the EU's data retention law violates privacy rights
  78. Gogo planning 70Mbps WiFi on transatlantic flights
  79. Internet security key flaw exposes a whole load of private data
  80. Watch the Navy's electromagnetic railgun blow stuff up before it hits the high seas
  81. Raspberry Pi's computer now fits in the space of a tiny memory stick
  82. Scientists testing an 'acoustic shield' to protect cities from earthquakes
  83. The Micro is a $200 3D printer that can make a teacup in an hour
  84. NASA is offering code from more than 1,000 programs for public use
  85. UK's Ministry of Defence has its own creepy hazmat testing robot (video)
  86. Windows Phone may come to your car with Cortana as copilot
  87. EU to require that EVs and hybrids make noise to alert pedestrians
  88. This is Earth's malware threat, visualized
  89. This Android add-on lets you multitask with your Chromecast
  90. Google's Project Loon balloon goes around the world in just 22 days
  91. Explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat through Google Street View
  92. Internet Explorer 11 now looks nicer no matter what device you're using
  93. TomTom's new GPS watches track your heart rate without a chest strap
  94. Gmail's mobile app may soon let you snooze and pin messages
  95. Kitchen smart scale will weigh food in calories as well as ounces
  96. Windows will be free on phones, small tablets and the Internet of Things
  97. Universal Windows apps are coming to your Xbox One
  98. Microsoft teases a classic Start Menu for Windows 8.1 with built-in Live Tiles
  99. Viber's Windows Phone 8 app now allows you to call any number you want
  100. NASA's game collaboration lets you steer asteroids without leaving home
  101. This quarter-sized chip platform could power future Android Wear devices
  102. Samsung confirms thinner and lighter Galaxy Tab 4 tablet range
  103. Study claims kill switch for stolen cellphones could save $2.5 billion per year
  104. The NSA had an easier time breaking web encryption than previously thought
  105. Samsung looks to Google for help in its latest legal battle with Apple
  106. Intel's SD card-sized computer may not be so tiny after all
  107. Ultrakam lets your iPhone capture higher resolution film-like video clips
  108. Google clamps down on Android apps with deceptive ads
  109. Newly discovered dwarf planet could challenge what we know about our solar system
  110. NSA may have spied on 122 foreign leaders
  111. Japanese phones will soon get alerts for inbound missiles and other attacks
  112. Search engines allowed to block political websites in the name of 'freedom of speech'
  113. Google now lets you arrange its web apps just the way you like them
  114. Office Mobile is now completely free to use on Android and iPhone
  115. Samsung's first Smart Bulb is Bluetooth-only and lasts 10 years
  116. MIT develops new platform to spy-proof websites
  117. NASA captures over half the galaxy's stars in new infrared panorama
  118. Slighty smarter watches: Casio reveals two new G-Shock concepts
  119. Apple engineer explains where the iPhone came from
  120. IRS says bitcoins are taxable property, but not currency
  121. Apple's latest App Store experiment makes finding apps easier
  122. Ducati's new bike jacket turns you into a human airbag
  123. Google Search on Android now warns you when traffic grinds to a halt
  124. Panasonic's HX-A500 wearable action cam serves up 4K video at 25fps
  125. NSA spied on Huawei founder's emails to implicate him as a Communist Party insider
  126. LG's first smart light bulb flashes when you get a phone call
  127. Twitter testing ways to hide @replies and hashtags
  128. Volvo's connected cars could make winter driving safer for everyone
  129. NSA claims that technology firms are aware of its data collection
  130. Using the PlayStation 4's virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus
  131. Samsung reportedly working on a SIM-equipped watchphone
  132. New Skype for Android promises not to drain your battery
  133. The NSA can reportedly collect 100 percent of an unnamed country's phone calls
  134. vrAse turns your smartphone into a VR headset (hands-on)
  135. Astronomers find evidence of cosmic inflation, gravitational waves and the Big Bang
  136. The other thing Holland has legalized: carrier-free SIM cards
  137. Google helps devs create cross-platform Android and iOS multiplayer games
  138. Fleet of underwater gliders could improve global weather forecasts
  139. Alleged Bitcoin founder hires a lawyer in bid to 'clear his name'
  140. How would you change the original Surface?
  141. Lego Cubestormer robot solves Rubik's Cube in less time than it takes to read this headline
  142. Xiaomi confirms 5.5-inch, octa-core Redmi Note phone with teaser
  143. Google Maps for Android now tells you about upcoming events
  144. Your bank will pay Microsoft to keep running its ATMs
  145. EU law to require that all cellphones charge through a common standard
  146. 'Acoustic cloak' could shield submarines with a cone of silence
  147. Threes is finally available for Android
  148. Apple now warns users of in-app purchase settings in iOS 7.1
  149. Here's how the NSA can collect data from millions of PCs
  150. NVIDIA says most laptops die after 50 minutes of gaming, claims new GPUs will double that
  151. Apple drops iPhone return policy back to 14 days, matches carriers
  152. This is the thinnest LED that anyone can make
  153. Flappy Bird creator 'considering' bringing the game back
  154. Snoop Dogg gives us a tour of his SXSW 'man cave'
  155. When you cram an entire smartphone into a watch, you get the Exetech XS-3
  156. Raspberry Pi gets its own sound card
  157. Snowden says encryption and oversight are key to protecting the public from surveillance
  158. Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy in the US
  159. A closer look at Titanfall's not-so-secret weapon: Microsoft's cloud
  160. Android lead says wearable developer tools coming in two weeks
  161. Samsung announces security-minded Cloud Print apps for Android and iOS
  162. WikiLeaks head doesn't believe Obama is serious about NSA reform
  163. Dell's Precision M2800 workstation is for prosumers who need performance on the cheap
  164. HP quietly launches an 8-inch Android tablet for $170
  165. Bitcoin's elusive founder reportedly discovered living in California
  166. Samsung's wearable blitz may not be over: here comes the 'S-Circle'
  167. Dell charging EU customers for Firefox installation, Mozilla's not having it
  168. Samsung devices no longer boosting benchmark scores after Android 4.4 update
  169. The Bitcoin drama continues: another exchange shuts down, while Overstock reports over $1 million in
  170. Tesla plans European expansion with service centers and showrooms
  171. Microsoft tries to get users off Windows XP with migration tools and warnings
  172. Pizza Hut's concept touch table lets you swipe your way to a perfect pie (video)
  173. First dual-boot Windows Phone 8 and Android handsets said to arrive by June
  174. Scientists get a shark's eye view using wearable computers
  175. Nintendo 64 mod promises HDMI output, soldering burns
  176. Why did Samsung play it safe with the Galaxy S5's processor?
  177. Bing search gets a scientific calculator almost two years after Google
  178. Mt. Gox exchange faces US lawsuit over Bitcoin losses
  179. Virgin Media pushes its fiber broadband top speed to 152Mbps
  180. Federal Reserve has no authority to regulate Bitcoin, according to Chairwoman
  181. BBC head wants all iPlayer users to pony up the licence fee
  182. Google adds the 'Polar Bear capital of the world' to Street View
  183. Google+ for Android learns even more photo editing tricks from Snapseed
  184. Apple explains how the iPhone's fingerprint sensor keeps your info secure
  185. US Senator asks for a Bitcoin ban, but don't hold your breath
  186. Skype now lets you sign up with a Microsoft account, updates its Windows Phone app
  187. IBM wants to put the power of Watson in your smartphone
  188. Goophone took just two days to rip off the Galaxy S5
  189. The company behind Candy Crush withdraws US trademark application for 'candy'
  190. Bitcoin wallets and other cryptocurrencies compromised by more advanced 'Pony' botnet
  191. Netflix mocks Amazon Prime Air with hilarious 'Drone 2 Home' video
  192. The i'm Tracer bracelet means never having to ask 'where's the kid?'
  193. Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox goes dark, digital currency biz calls it a 'tragic violation' of user trust
  194. Samsung's Galaxy S5 has an 'ultra power saving' mode to maximize battery life
  195. Samsung Galaxy S5 preview
  196. HTC wants to combine all your Android phones to cure diseases
  197. Qualcomm updates its top-end chip, reveals future 64-bit Snapdragons
  198. Fujitsu's working on another senior-friendly smartphone for Europe
  199. Garmin's new app turns Sony's Smartwatch 2 into a tiny sat-nav
  200. Intel promotes its latest smartphone chips with some carefully chosen benchmarks
  201. Google and LG are reportedly working together on an Android smartwatch
  202. Mozilla aiming for a $25 smartphone with new chip partner Spreadtrum
  203. Netflix coughs up cash to solve Comcast traffic woes
  204. Microsoft: Windows Phone 8.1 will come with more hardware support and is backwards-compatible
  205. Bing search results now show key events in famous people's lives
  206. Waze for Windows Phone 8 promises not to drain your battery anymore
  207. Apple and Samsung headed for another patent trial in March after they fail to reach a settlement
  208. Samsung's new Galaxy Gear wearable will come in two models, according to fuzzy leaked images
  209. Microsoft is cutting Windows prices to compete with Android and Chrome OS
  210. Apple quietly issues iOS update to patch faulty SSL authentication
  211. LinkedIn now allows you to block other users
  212. Your Facebook privacy settings will now live on after you pass
  213. Nokia Here Maps coming to all Windows 8.1 devices
  214. Smartwatches are dumb, but they don't have to be
  215. White House offers new web tools to help fight patent trolls
  216. Dell to be the first PC maker to adopt a wireless charging standard
  217. 5TB hard drives are here, shipping now in LaCie's five-bay NAS
  218. Google reportedly offered to acquire WhatsApp for $10 billion
  219. New Google WiFi app could automatically log you into Starbucks and other public hotspots
  220. Broadcom's new chip brings GPS to smartwatches without killing the battery
  221. Garmin's Fenix 2 GPS watch can track your sporting life and talk to your phone
  222. Google opens official Chromecast support forum
  223. New Google Maps is now rolling out to everyone's desktops
  224. Homeland Security reconsiders plans for a national license plate recognition database
  225. The Supersmoker Bluetooth pairs an electronic cigarette with a speakerphone
  226. Researchers are working on a lie detector to sniff out false tweets
  227. Google's Russian rival offers free alternative apps and services on Android
  228. Amazon's virtual currency now works on Android phones and tablets
  229. Samsung's new Galaxy Gear might run Tizen instead of Android
  230. Microsoft makes it easier to sign your Office 365 documents
  231. Samsung Galaxy S5 might come with a fingerprint sensor
  232. Snowden documents reveal that the NSA spied on WikiLeaks website visitors
  233. iTunes Radio recording comes to Mac via DoubleTwist
  234. New Bing fitness app for Windows Phone tracks you after the run is over
  235. The first limited edition PS4 is a regular PS4 with a gold sticker
  236. Samsung countersues Dyson over vacuum copycat claims
  237. This three-year-old pizza won't kill you
  238. Microsoft reportedly prepping Office for iPad to release in the first half of 2014
  239. Windows Phone, Chromecast and YouTube get together thanks to Tube Cast
  240. Twitter claims Venezuela is blocking its images to stifle protests
  241. South Korea shuns Huawei over fears that it spies on the US
  242. Google deems Android ready for more Chromecast apps, let the floodgates open
  243. Biggest-ever solar thermal power plant goes online in California
  244. Windows 8 sales pass the 200 million mark, still trail Windows 7's success
  245. Facebook now lets you specify a custom gender in your profile
  246. Scientists get meaningful energy from laser-based nuclear fusion
  247. The best alternatives to Google's own Android apps
  248. China sees rare drop in smartphone shipments as its market matures
  249. Skype's new tweaks will sync all your devices and notify you quicker
  250. StreamNation copies all your cloud media into a central hub