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Google plants Star Wars Easter egg

Google plants Star Wars Easter egg

Google "a long time ago in a galaxy far far away," and you'll see one of the better jokes that Google has hidden in its search code.

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Google expands its next-day delivery program

Google expands its next-day delivery program

Bloomberg’s Brad Stone reports on Google’s next-day delivery expansion on "Bloomberg Markets.”

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The secret hackers trying to bring down ISIS

The secret hackers trying to bring down ISIS

In July, a threat emerged from an ISIS-associated Twitter account with few followers. The account alluded to an upcoming terror attack at a beach resort in Tunisia. Just a month before, a similar attack left 38 dead.

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Windows 10 is getting a massive update

Windows 10 is getting a massive update

Windows 10 is getting its first mega-update on Thursday. After updating your Windows 10 PC, your computer will boot faster, your photos will be clearer, reminders will be easier to set, and your PC will perform more smoothly.

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Is There a Neanderthal Lurking in Your Genes?

Is There a Neanderthal Lurking in Your Genes?

Those of us of European or Asian ancestry probably wouldn’t exist today, at least not in our present form, if it were not for those open-minded Neanderthals who mated with our ancient Homo sapiens ancestors

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Apple's Jimmy Iovine thinks women can't find music

Apple's Jimmy Iovine thinks women can't find music

Apple's Jimmy Iovine may be a record industry titan, but he appears to be tone deaf when it comes to women.

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Facebook can now hide your exes

Facebook can now hide your exes

You just broke up with your girlfriend of a year. You've spent the last three days sulking on your sofa, too devastated to shower or eat anything but string cheese. You idly open Facebook between Netflix binges and see your ex has posted a smiling photo of a night out on the town.

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Facebook defends using Safety Check after Paris attacks

Facebook defends using Safety Check after Paris attacks

In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, more than 4 million people marked themselves as "Safe" 24 hours after Facebook activated its rarely-used Safety Check tool.

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Google says an EU antitrust fine would be 'inappropriate'

Google says an EU antitrust fine would be 'inappropriate'

Google has hit back at EU antitrust regulators' warning of a possible hefty fine, saying this would be inappropriate because of the unusual nature of the case and its willingness to settle the case with concessions last year.

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Apple announces 1,000 new jobs in Ireland as EU tax ruling nears

Apple announces 1,000 new jobs in Ireland as EU tax ruling nears

Apple is to hire an additional 1,000 staff in Ireland, the government said on Wednesday, as the iPhone maker bids to boost its presence in the country where it declares much of its overseas profit for tax purposes.

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Facebook pushes shopping features in move to e-commerce

Facebook pushes shopping features in move to e-commerce

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks on stage during a town hall with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California September 27, 2015. Photo: Reuters/Stephen Lam

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Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet

Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet

Letters spell the word ''Alphabet'' as they are seen on a computer screen with a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Paris, France, August 11, 2015. After U.S. markets closed on Friday, Alphabet replaced Google as the publicly traded company that will house Google's search and Web advertising businesses, maps, YouTube and its "moonshot" ventures such as driverless cars.

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'Dislike' button coming to Facebook

'Dislike' button coming to Facebook

Facebook is to add a "dislike" button to its social network, founder Mark Zuckerberg has said. In a Q+A session held at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California, the 31-year-old said the button would be a way for people to express empathy. In an email, she wrote: "They may use a dislike button to express some negative emotions (like frustration with ads popping up in their feeds) but I doubt it will cause them to start wantonly disliking pictures of their friends' babies, dogs, cats and cooking experiments.

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To regulate or not to regulate? EU to launch study on Uber

To regulate or not to regulate? EU to launch study on Uber

The logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone over a reserved lane for taxis in a street is seen in this photo illustration taken in Madrid on December 10, 2014. Brussels will launch a study in September of the taxi-hailing app Uber, in an effort to settle the legal disputes that have pitched the U.S. start-up against conventional taxis across Europe, three people familiar with the matter said.

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Vietnam triumphs at Asia-Pacific Robocon Contest

Vietnam triumphs at Asia-Pacific Robocon Contest

VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese team - Hungyen Techedu has been crowned at the the Asia-Pacific Robot Contest (ABU Robocon), that rounded off on August 23 in Indonesia. The team comprising students from Hung Yen University of Technology and Education defeated rivals from Egypt (5-1), Kazakhstan (5-0), Japan (5-1) and the host Indonesia (5-1) to qualify for the final round. They trounced Hong Kong (China) team 5-1 to grasp the first prize.

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Hackers dump data from cheating website Ashley Madison online: reports

Hackers dump data from cheating website Ashley Madison online: reports

Hackers have followed through on a threat to release online a huge cache of data, including customer information, that was stolen a month ago from cheating spouses website AshleyMadison.com, several tech websites reported on Tuesday.

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Wikipedia traffic to Google fell dramatically from

Wikipedia traffic to Google fell dramatically from

Traffic, ie users, visit the Wikipedia page is reduced to 250 million in three months. What is happening here? There must be a new seo algorithm is being updated?

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Google, Samsung to issue monthly Android security fixes

Google, Samsung to issue monthly Android security fixes

Google Inc and Samsung Electronics Co will release monthly security fixes for Android phones, a growing target for hackers, after the disclosure of a bug designed to attack the world's most popular mobile operating system. The change came after security researcher Joshua Drake unveiled what he called Stagefright, hacking software that allows attackers to send a special multimedia message to an Android phone and access sensitive content even if the message is unopened. "We've realized we need to move faster," Android security chief Adrian Ludwig said at this week's annual Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas.

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If you want to fake it, don't do it around this computer

If you want to fake it, don't do it around this computer

In the ever-expanding contest between artificial intelligence and the ordinary human mind, you can chalk up another one for the computer. Scientists have developed a computer system with sophisticated pattern recognition abilities that performed much better than humans in differentiating between people experiencing genuine pain and people who were just faking it.

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Microsoft's rules, not Metro, killed Metro Firefox dead

Microsoft's rules, not Metro, killed Metro Firefox dead

A former Mozilla engineer who worked on the “Metro” version of Firefox argued yesterday that poor adoption of Windows 8’s radical user interface (UI) was not the real cause of the decision to shelve the browser.“Is Windows 8.1 ‘Modern’ UI in trouble? No,” said Brian Bondy, who led the Metro-ized Firefox development, in a post on his personal blog.

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