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Your Instagram Post Can Now Have More Than 1 PhotoInstagram is rolling out a new option that allows users to post more than one picture or video at a time.
Last-Second Launch Delay For SpaceX At Historic Moon PadLast-minute rocket trouble forced SpaceX to delay its inaugural launch from NASA's historic moon pad on Saturday.
Your Next iPhone Could Cost More Than $1KMajor iPhone upgrades are in the works at Apple and it might mean a hefty price to pay for consumers.
Facebook Takes Aim At Fake News With New 'Trending' FormulaFacebook is updating its "trending" feature that highlights hot topics as part of its effort to root out fake news stories.
President's Twitter Account Sees First Ever Transfer Of PowerJust as the office of president saw a peaceful transfer of power during inauguration day, so too did the commander-in-chief's social media mouthpiece.
Cuba Sees Internet Access Explosion As Ties With U.S. GrowTwo days before Christmas, Cuban Luis Gonzalez received a little Chinese modem from the island's state-owned telecommunications company.
The Big Thing In TV Sets This Year Is ... Big TV SetsWhen we ask ourselves what does 2017 look like when it comes to TV? Well it looks like bigger screens, a clearer picture and cheaper prices but that's it.
Shhh, Your Washing Machine Might Overhear You Is your Amazon Echo spying on you? It's a fair question, yet, the popularity and capabilities of voice-enabled products such as the Echo continue to grow.
New Tech Aims To Stroke Your Way To Better HairThe world's first smart hairbrush is out.
Fitness Tech Is Moving Beyond WristbandsThe latest electronic devices will be on display when the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) starts in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Trump Says He Doesn't Trust Computers As He Rings In 2017President-elect Donald Trump says that "no computer is safe" when it comes to keeping information private, expressing new skepticism about the security of online communications his administration is likely to use for everything from day-to-day planning to international relations.
Hacker Group 'GrizzlySteppe' Blamed For Malware Attack At Vermont UtilityA Vermont electric utility confirmed on Friday it had found on one of its laptops a malware code the U.S. government says is used by Russian hackers.

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