FriendO App Takes Off Among Middle Schoolers, Raises Concerns Among ParentsQuestions have arisen about a new quiz app called FriendO.
Google To Show Wait Times At Local RestaurantsDiners will soon have a new tool to balance hunger and patience when Google adds a new feature to help dodge long wait times at popular New York restaurants.
New iPhone Update Has Trouble With The Letter 'i'Some Apple users have discovered a bug that automatically corrects the lower-case letter "i" to "A" and a question mark symbol.
New Twitter Rules Aim To Clarify Abuse And Harassment ResponseTwitter is revamping its rules to better protect its 328 million users from online bullying and harassment.
Stephen Hawking Warns Robots May 'Replace Humans Altogether'Physicist Stephen Hawking is warning that the common movie theme is closer to reality than people think and fears AI may do away with the human race.
Astronauts Celebrate Zero G Halloween, Encourage Kids To 'Be Whoever They Want To Be'Astronauts and cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) participated in the beloved earthly tradition, sharing their out-of-this-world costumes on social media.
Artificial Intelligence Created To Write Horror StoriesComputer researchers at MIT have created a virtual author to write horror stories based on idea prompts from social media.
Study: For $1,000, You Can Track And Follow Someone's Cellphone AnywhereResearchers found an exploit in mobile technology and advertising has made cyber-stalking easier than ever.
Wi-Fi Security Flaw Could Make Every Device You Own Vulnerable To HackersResearchers in Belgium uncovered a flaw in WiFi security that makes every device you use on WiFi vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Mobile Payment App Venmo Coming To New York StoresUsers of Venmo, the social mobile payment service created to be help friends split bills, will soon be able to pay at retail stores around New York City.
4 Easy Ways To Print Photos From Your PhoneThanks to technology, turning digital memories into physical prints can be done in a snap.
Zuckerberg Apologizes For Facebook's Cartoon Tour Of Devastated Puerto RicoFacebook's virtual reality tour of post-hurricane Puerto Rico was meant to raise awareness for relief efforts, but the cartoon nature of the experience left some scratching their headsets.

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