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Google says discussions among staff to censor conservative news are real

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Google has admitted the authenticity of internal chats showing Google employees debated demoting conservative media outlets in its search results after President Donald Trump won the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton. The ...

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Alert: Clever Cyber Monday scam is after your money and identity

Cyber Monday is here! If you avoided the retail stores and skipped their Black Friday deals, don’t worry, you’ll get another chance for major savings today. From clothing to travel to exclusive ...

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Apple admits faulty iPhones, offers free repairs

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Apple Inc said last week it had found serious issues affecting some of its iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook pro products and said the company would fix the faulty products free of ...

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Schools contribute to identity theft of children

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Identity thieves love to steal children’s identities. Nobody thinks to check their child’s credit report because there’s no reason to expect them to have one. Criminals can exploit the stolen identity undetected ...

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Love of the typewriter shows in ‘Type-Out’

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Kevin Kittle states that his love of the venerable typewriter began early.  “I didn’t like handwriting as a boy,” he begins.  “And because my parents owned a print shop, typewriters were readily ...

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Ozark, MO man central to spaceflight program

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Although he never left the ground, an Ozark, Missouri man had a front row seat to the glorious history of American spaceflight. While the astronauts got all the attention, thousands of technicians ...

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Hyperloop between Kansas City and St. Louis possible?

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Virgin Hyperloop One has announced the results of a feasibility study on a planned route connecting Kansas City, Columbia and St. Louis. The study, which has yet to be published in full, purports that ...

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New Apple watch will track you “all day”

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Consumers increasingly pay big bucks to give away their privacy. Mesmerized by consumerism and shiny new electronic gadgets, do they know what they’re giving up? Now Apple wants you to purchase their ...

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New clever bank phishing scam is spreading and it’s duping even the experts

Crooks are getting sophisticated and they are polishing their techniques constantly, waiting for the perfect moment to pounce. And you won’t believe the latest phone phishing scam that’s going around. It’s so clever ...

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Windows Update halted by Microsoft, cites “Major Problems”

The big Windows 10 October 2018 Update was officially released publicly last week and it brings a few updated features like improved Storage Sense, a Your Photos desktop pin, an updated Emoji ...

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Top 5 uncommon phone apps every Christian needs

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Are you looking for the best Christian apps for your smartphone or tablet? If yes, then you came to the right place. I personally use different applications that help me with my ...

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How teens and parents navigate screen time and device distractions

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Roughly half (54%) of U.S. teens are worried they spend too much time on their cellphones, according to a new Pew Research Center report released today. Some 52% of ...

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Tech giants to face Congress, this time over privacy

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Sparks could fly next week between six major Web companies and a Congressional Panel investigating privacy. The tech giants and internet-service providers, including AT&T Inc, Twitter Inc, and Alphabet Inc’s Google, will ...

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FTC may examine bias as lawsuit against Google filed

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Google is coming under new Congressional pressure over claims of bias in its search Engine. U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on Aug. 30 asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to examine the ...

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Consumers fear tech will increase loneliness

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It’s hard to know what the future will bring, but a majority of US consumers think that five decades from now, we’ll all be overly dependent on tech and spend less time ...

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