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China's state-run television says that iOS 7's location services could inadvertently expose state secrets.
New information published by the Washington Post shows that much of the data intercepted by the NSA comes from individuals not suspected of any wrongdoing.
The virtual reality company works to keep developer versions of its headset off the black market to ensure actual developers will be able to get one.
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A recently released research paper shows that the emotions others express on Facebook rub off on you—even with the absence of nonverbal social cues.
Aereo subscribers wake to find their service cancelled after a US Supreme Court ruling against the company.
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Google's new "Fit" service would bring together your health data from various apps and devices, according to a Forbes report.