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Tech industry All Stars developing 'Star Trek'-style communication badges

Tech industry All Stars developing 'Star Trek'-style communication badges

Innovators from Silicon Valley's top firms have come together to form OnBeep, a startup hoping to make "Star Trek"-style communication badges a reality.
Matt Bradwell
Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg: I'll take the ice bucket challenge, and improve it

Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg: I'll take the ice bucket challenge, and improve it

Microsoft founder Bill Gates responded to Mark Zuckerberg's ice bucket challenge by "improving" upon it and challenging other prominent innovators to take part.
Matt Bradwell
Sheryl Sandberg on Facebook newsfeed experiment: 'We never meant to upset you'

Sheryl Sandberg on Facebook newsfeed experiment: 'We never meant to upset you'

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's second-in-command, has stopped short of apologizing for Facebook's psychological experiment on 700,000 unknowing users.
Kate Stanton
Elon Musk: 'We could definitely make a flying car'

Elon Musk: 'We could definitely make a flying car'

Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, has said he would be interested in building a flying car "just for fun."
Kate Stanton
U.S. ambassador sworn in on an e-reader

U.S. ambassador sworn in on an e-reader

Suzi LeVine, U.S. ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, is the first U.S. official to swear the oath of office on an electronic Constitution.
Kate Stanton
'Flappy Bird' game to return in August

'Flappy Bird' game to return in August

The re-released version of "Flappy Bird" will include a mutli-player option.
Danielle Haynes
Stephen Hawking: Dismissing artificial intelligence would be a mistake

Stephen Hawking: Dismissing artificial intelligence would be a mistake

Scientists say not enough research being done on effects of artificial intelligence.
Danielle Haynes
Pictures of human faces on social media more popular

Pictures of human faces on social media more popular

On Instagram, pictures with human faces are 38 percent more likely to receive likes than photos with no faces, U.S. researchers say.

Gazprom Neft joins arctic spill response venture

Oil company Gazprom Neft said Wednesday it's the first Russian company to join an international group tasked with assessing the safety of arctic oil work.

Google Play Store brought down by hacker twice

A Turkish hacker has issued an apology after crashing Google's app publishing system for Android smartphones.

New chat app causes problems in middle schools, high schools

A new smartphone chatting application called Yik Yak is causing problems in middle schools and high schools across the United States, officials say.
NASA: 'Planet X' not found during sweep of sky

NASA: 'Planet X' not found during sweep of sky

NASA discovered thousands of stars are closer to the solar system than previously thought, but found no signs of a new planet orbiting the sun, officials said.
Smartphone 'kill switch' legislation introduced in U.S. House

Smartphone 'kill switch' legislation introduced in U.S. House

Legislation that would require a "kill switch" on smartphones to deter thefts has been introduced in the U.S. House, Rep. Jose Serrano, D-N.Y., said.

Lawmakers tackle email privacy

Lawmakers have proposed legislation that would bar law enforcement agencies from obtaining emails in investigations without warrants.

European Commission mulls best defense for cybersecurity

The European community needs a cybersecurity strategy that prevents the advantages of the digital age from misuse, a security official said Friday.

Google Glass app could do remote diagnoses, save lives in remote areas

The Google Glass -- eyewear with computer capabilities -- could diagnose illness and save lives, especially in isolated locations, a U.S. researcher says.
Scientists fit sharks with 'flight data recorders' in ocean study

Scientists fit sharks with 'flight data recorders' in ocean study

Instruments strapped onto and ingested by sharks show how the feared but largely misunderstood ocean predators swim, eat and live, U.S. researchers say.
Google to offer Lego-like modular phone in 2015

Google to offer Lego-like modular phone in 2015

U.S. tech giant Google has announced it plans to offer $50 customizable modular phones -- that users can modify themselves -- by early next year.
Russian phone maker unveils second-generation dual-screen smartphone

Russian phone maker unveils second-generation dual-screen smartphone

Russian smartphone maker Yota Devices has revealed its latest e-ink display equipped YotaPhone at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Spain.
India unveils its own astronaut crew capsule, plans test launch

India unveils its own astronaut crew capsule, plans test launch

India, hoping to become the fourth nation to send humans into space, has unveiled a key element in the effort, an indigenously manufactured astronaut capsule.
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