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Apple CEO Tim Cook on climate change: No trade-off between economy and environment

Apple CEO Tim Cook on climate change: No trade-off between economy and environment

Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in New York to discuss sustainability, climate change and what his company is doing to make the world a greener place.
Matt Bradwell
Perth's first iPhone buyer immediately drops brand new phone on live TV

Perth's first iPhone buyer immediately drops brand new phone on live TV

Jack Cooksey's elation at being the first iPhone 6 buyer in Perth, Australia, was smashed when he dropped his brand new device on the ground on live television.
Gabrielle Levy
Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police

Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police

The next generation of Google's Android operating system will encrypt user data -- making it harder for police to get users personal information.
Heather Records
iOS 8 has a "killswitch" to help lower theft

iOS 8 has a "killswitch" to help lower theft

iOS 8 has a killswitch in the software to help cut down on iPhone theft.
Heather Records
Report: Facebook Messenger app is loaded with spyware

Report: Facebook Messenger app is loaded with spyware

A new report claims Facebook's Messenger App is loaded with spyware.
Heather Records
Facebook reportedly creating another photo sharing app

Facebook reportedly creating another photo sharing app

Facebook is reportedly creating an app for super-secret photo sharing.
Heather Records
Bug infects iOS 8's HealthKit, slowing app launch

Bug infects iOS 8's HealthKit, slowing app launch

Apple said its HealthKit feature has a bug -- delaying the launch of related apps.
Heather Records
Audi gets permit to test self-driving cars in California

Audi gets permit to test self-driving cars in California

Audi gets the first permit to test driver-less cars in California.
Heather Records
Apple's latest operating system rolls out Wednesday afternoon

Apple's latest operating system rolls out Wednesday afternoon

Tuesday afternoon, Apple's newest operating system -- iOS 8 -- will be available for users to download on compatible devices.
Heather Records
Water-powered emergency battery charges cell phones

Water-powered emergency battery charges cell phones

A Japanese company said its Mg Box water-powered emergency battery generates enough juice to charge a smartphone up to 30 times.
Ben Hooper
The NSA will now map out the entire Internet

The NSA will now map out the entire Internet

The NSA is creating a map of the Internet that will be close to real time in monitoring activity.
Thor Benson
Electric supercar race ends in a serious crash

Electric supercar race ends in a serious crash

An electric supercar flipped and flew through the air at Beijing's FIA Formula E Championship on Sept. 13.
Thor Benson
iPhone 6 pre-orders begin overnight

iPhone 6 pre-orders begin overnight

Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 start overnight Friday
Heather Records
Sky-high cell phone bill? Facebook's autoplay could be to blame

Sky-high cell phone bill? Facebook's autoplay could be to blame

Use Facebook's app on your smartphone or tablet? Buyer beware of high bills because of videos that automatically play.
Heather Records
Google is building computer, reported to be world's fastest

Google is building computer, reported to be world's fastest

Internet search company, Google is joining forces with researchers at University of California, Santa Barbara to take computing speed to the next level.
Heather Records
Apple reportedly delays launch of rumored iWatch

Apple reportedly delays launch of rumored iWatch

Apple fans have the date circled on their calendar: September 9th. That's the day when two iPhones are rumored to be unveiled plus the long talked about iWatch.
Heather Records
Poacht follows dating app model to match job seekers with careers

Poacht follows dating app model to match job seekers with careers

A new smartphone app called Poacht promises to find new jobs for the already employed by discreetly distributing their information from their smartphone.
Matt Bradwell
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.
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