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    Facebook slammed by Sandy Hook parents over lies, hoax claims

    Parents of Sandy Hook victim slam Facebook The Parents of a Sandy Hook victim have written a letter to Facebook’s Mark Zuckerburg asking to protect them from lies, abuse and harassment resulting from hoax claims. In a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg the parents of a Sandy Hook massacre victim are pleading with the […] More

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    Smartphones are killing teenagers’ memories, study says

    A new study suggests that radiation from smartphones is negatively impacting the memories of adolescents. (Credit: iStock)  (Rostislav_Sedlacek) New research suggests that radiation from smartphones is negatively impacting teenagers’ memories, leaving them with short-term memory loss. The concern is that a year’s worth of radiation could be enough to damage the part of the brain […] More

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    Uber suspends driver who live-streamed St. Louis passengers

    FILE: An Uber driver has been suspended after recording hundreds of riders without their permission and streamed the live video online, a report said.  (AP) Ride-sharing company Uber has suspended a driver who recorded hundreds of St. Louis-area riders without their permission and streamed the live video online. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported 32-year-old Jason […] More

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    Safe online banking, smart homes and more: Tech Q&A

    (Credit: iStock)  (Anchiy) Secure Online Banking Q: I need to access my bank account when traveling. How do I this the safe way? A: Online banking is a real luxury, especially when you’re on the road. No one likes to check his or her balance at a service station’s ATM, and things get even more […] More

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    ‘Fortnite’ player uses trick on Ohio teen to hack account

    Everything to know about ‘Fortnite’ ‘Fortnite’ has become a cultural phenomenon and mega-hit for video game developer Epic Games, boasting 125 million players around the world. What is it that makes this game so immensely popular, and how did it come to be? A 13-year-old boy learned a valuable lesson after his “Fortnite” account was […] More

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    Emergency warnings might someday interrupt your Netflix binges

    The logo of American entertainment company Netflix is pictured at an event in Netflix.  (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File) People might find their Netflix binges interrupted by emergency alerts under a bipartisan bill announced in the Senate Wednesday. The READI Act—Reliable Emergency Alert Distribution Improvement—was introduced by Sen. John Thune of South Dakota and Sen. Brian […] More

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    Google is fined $5 billion by EU in Android antitrust case

    Brussels –  The European Union hit Alphabet Inc.’s Google with a record antitrust fine of €4.34 billion ($5.06 billion) and ordered changes to its business that could loosen the company’s grip on its biggest growth engine: mobile phones. In the EU’s sharpest rebuke yet to the power of a handful of tech giants, the bloc’s antitrust […] More

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    Pentagon sees quantum computing as key weapon for war in space

    WASHINGTON — Top Pentagon official Michael Griffin sat down a few weeks ago with Air Force scientists at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio to discuss the future of quantum computing in the U.S. military. Griffin, the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering, has listed quantum computers and related applications among the Pentagon’s must-do […] More

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