Seen At 11: Is Your Virtual Assistant Letting Hackers Spy On You At Home?Virtual assistants do a lot to help around the house, but they may be doing a little spying too.
iPhone Update Will Allow Users To Stop Battery Slowdown, Tim Cook SaysApple's CEO says a future iOS update will give older iPhone users the option to disable Apple's ramping down of performance, which Apple claimed was done to improve power management
Google Blocking Addiction Center Ads Amid Dubious ReferralsGoogle is temporarily halting advertisements for addiction and rehabilitation centers following reports that the search giant was connecting people seeking drug addiction treatment with dubious referral services.
Google Arts & Culture App Matches Selfies To Classic Pieces Of ArtIt's often said that life imitates art. Now, there's an app for that.
Facebook Changing Feeds To Bring Less News, More SharingThe idea is to help users to connect with people they care about, not make them feel depressed and isolated.
NJ, NY Offering Big Tax Breaks To Land Amazon JobsNew Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday signed bipartisan legislation authorizing $5 billion in tax credits to lure Amazon to Newark
NeoMano Robotic Glove Helps Paralyzed Hands Grip AgainA new robotic glove called the NeoMano hopes to help people who suffer from spinal cord injuries regain use of their hand
Samsung Unveils 146-Inch, Wall-Sized TV Called 'The Wall'The 12-foot-2-inch screen is nearly twice the size of most big screen sets on the market and features a new technology called "microLED."
Hyundai Nexo: We drove Hyundai's hydrogen prototype to CES 2018CNET drives the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for CES 2018.
Bitcoin Called 'Unstable' By Microsoft, Dropped As A Payment MethodMicrosoft employees told reporters at Bleeping Computer that the cryptocurrency's market was too volatile to keep using for online transactions.
Study: Picking News Sources By Politics Hurts DemocracyResearchers have found that tailored social feeds and websites could be driving Americans apart by giving them views of the world that only reflect their personal bias.
Researchers: Obsessive Selfie Takers Suffer From Mental Disorder Dubbed 'Selfitis'If you are obsessed with taking selfies, then chances are you might be suffering from selfitis, according to a recent study.

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