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French court rules on hate tweets

A French court says Twitter must identify the posters of racist and anti-Semitic tweets by alerting French authorities to "illegal content" on its French site.

Verizon, AT&T in wireless spectrum deal

Verizon Wireless says it is selling some spectrum to AT&T for $1.9 billion as U.S. carriers scramble for bandwidth to carry increasing smartphone data traffic.

Girl Scout cookie sales go high-tech

Girl Scouts in Florida say they're turning to technology -- a smartphone app -- to help in their annual fundraising cookie sales.
U.S. research may yield safer batteries

U.S. research may yield safer batteries

U.S. scientists say they have developed a nano-structured solid electrolyte for more powerful, efficient -- and safer -- lithium ion batteries.
Dutch firm envisions iPhone cup holder

Dutch firm envisions iPhone cup holder

A Dutch marketing company says it's seeking funding for the ultimate iPhone accessory -- a phone case complete with cup holder.

Tweets shut down after al-Shabaab threats

The English-language Twitter account of the militant group al-Shabaab was suspended Friday after the group posted graphic images and threats, officials said.

Patients accepting of digital check in

A small survey indicated 94 percent of U.S. patients reported they enjoyed using Digital Assent's PatientPad tablet computer during a doctor's appointment.

High-tech system keeps electric car on road

A car with four electric-powered wheels that track independently can turn on a dime but needs sophisticated software to operate, its U.S. developers say.

Study: Good grammar makes bad passwords

Good grammar may be important, but when used to concoct a long computer password, grammar -- good or bad -- undercuts its security, U.S. researchers say.

Google reveals data request numbers

Google says U.S. government requests for data on Google users have jumped 70 percent since 2009, culminating in 21,389 requests in the last six months of 2012.
Nokia makes Drive+ beta available

Nokia makes Drive+ beta available

Nokia says the beta version of its Drive+ navigation app has been opened to all Windows Phone 8 users in the United States, Canada and Britain.

Apple promises more fixes for Map app

Apple, which has already provided a number of fixes and upgrades for its error-prone Maps software, says "more improvements" will come this year.

Wire can heal itself after being cut

Researchers at North Carolina State University say they've used liquid metal to create stretchable wires that are self-healing if they are cut.
System warns drivers of icy roads

System warns drivers of icy roads

Researchers in Finland say they're working on a system to automatically inform drivers if a road ahead is slippery with ice in winter conditions.

U.S. announces hacking indictments

U.S. authorities have announced indictments against three Eastern European men who allegedly infected computers worldwide to steal millions of dollars.

French exchange student missing in Sweden

A 23-year-old French exchange student who disappeared in southern Sweden nearly two weeks ago may have been kidnapped, police said.

Carney: New threats must be dealt with

President Barack Obama will pursue a strategy that protects the United States and Americans, his press secretary said to a question on drone strikes.

UPI NewsTrack Science and Technology News

DNA links early human to present peoples ... Bigger iPhone? Maybe not this year ... Men do more scientific fraud than women ... Antibiotics detected in Minnesota lakes ... Science and Technology news from UPI.

Azerbaijan to launch telecom satellite

Azerbaijan will launch its first telecommunications satellite in early February, the country's information and communications technology minister says.

Samsung readying Galaxy S IV release?

Samsung has announced an event for March at which it's widely expected to announce its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, tech watchers are reporting.
First Firefox OS smartphones announced

First Firefox OS smartphones announced

A small Spanish start-up company called GeeksPhone has announced the first smartphones running the Firefox mobile operating system from Mozilla.
Bigger iPhone? Maybe not this year

Bigger iPhone? Maybe not this year

Apple is rumored to still be working on a larger iPhone but consumers shouldn't expect to see it this year, Chinese tech news website Digitimes says.

Student expelled for reporting cyber fault

Students at a Canadian college say they are seeking the reinstatement of a fellow student who reported an online security flaw that exposed student information.

Rumors of multiple iPhones from Apple

New rumors suggest Apple will bring out three new iPhone models this year, including one dubbed the "iPhone Math," tech sites say.

'Vibrobelt' can help bicyclists navigate

A belt that vibrates to indicate left and right turn directions can help bicyclists navigate while they keep their eyes on the road, Dutch researchers say.
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