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Toddler electrocuted putting phone charger in mouth

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Most people absentmindedly keep phone chargers plugged in, even when they are not charging a phone. That danger is now more apparent after a 2-year-old child was electrocuted after she put a phone ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley takes on big tech with privacy bill

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As Attorney General of Missouri, Josh Hawley took on big tech and social media companies and Google over privacy issues. He investigated Google for potential violations of the state’s consumer-protection and antitrust ...

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SpaceX to launch first of 6,000 internet satellites this week

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SpaceX wants to beam cheap broadband internet all over the planet. It’s gearing up for the first crucial step toward making that a reality. Elon Musk’s rocket company will try to deliver a ...

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Japan tests world’s fastest bullet train

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Japan has started testing its fastest-ever bullet train—capable of reaching 249 mph (400 kph)—as it continues to develop the revolutionary mode of travel. The ALFA-X version of the Shinkansen train began three years’ ...

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Alexa spying on users worse than ‘East German Police’

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Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, “Are you crazy?” Yet that’s essentially what Amazon has been doing to millions ...

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ADHD 7 times higher in preschoolers who get over 2 hours screentime

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Preschoolers who spend more than two hours per day with screentime on smartphones and tablets are seven times more likely to develop the symptoms of ADHD, according to shocking new research. The ...

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Israeli scientists create first 3D print of a heart

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The first 3D print of a complete heart was disclosed by Israeli scientists on Monday. The Tel Aviv University researchers called it a “major medical breakthrough,” advancing options for transplants even though ...

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Social media companies don’t like pro-life message

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Multiple pro-life supporters have seen their posts removed in another round of censorship from popular social media sites Instagram and Facebook. Recently, Christian satire site founder Adam Ford and pro-life filmmakers Nick ...

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Feds wait too long, so state AGs begin their move against tech giants

It has become increasingly apparent over the years that the major Silicon Valley-based tech companies have tried to straddle the line between being open platforms for the sharing of information or biased ...

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Topeka man helping people see Pilots games through the eyes of players

A Topeka man has come up with new technology that offers a new way to watch hockey. Austin Wright started his company Experience FPV in January, and it offers a new experience. ...

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Leaked documents show conservative, Christian speech being suppressed

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Facebook engineers have proposed measures to suppress content on the platform that attempts to convince people to shift their viewpoints away from the left, as revealed by photographs of leaked internal documents ...

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Parents giving away their baby’s privacy to digital world

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Wanting to get your newborn’s photo on social  media? Not so fast if you value your baby’s privacy. Overzealous parents-to-be are creating a digital footprint for their children — before they’re born, ...

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Israel to make history this week with Moon landing

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In another show of God’s promises fulfilled in restoring the Jewish people to their land and destiny, Israel will make history this week when it launches a ship into outer space. When it lands ...

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Bill would ban drones over state prisons

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As drones become more common and of greater use to both criminals and terrorists, state legislators are considering bills to ban their use in certain places like prisons. Since 2016, the Missouri ...

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Apple iPhone bug allowed spying through FaceTime

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We all know Big Brother is listening, and watching. We were shocked to learn it was Apple. Apple has announced it has a fix for the FaceTime eavesdropping bug that was discovered last week ...

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Were your passwords caught in the largest data breach ever?

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A database that contained almost 773 million email accounts and more than 21 million unique passwords was recently leaked to an online hacking forum in a breach called “Collection #1” that has ...

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Lunar eclipse tonight is sight not to miss

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Whoever staged the celebrations around tonight’s AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and the Patriots did a great job. Enter…the lunar eclipse. As seen from Kansas City, the Moon will be high ...

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Teen sold kidney for iPhone, now bedridden for life

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A Chinese teen who sold his kidney for an iPhone a few years ago is reportedly bedridden for life. Wang Shangkun, who was 17 years old when he sold the organ, began ...

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Netflix raising prices in biggest increase ever

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Enjoy Netflix? It’s gonna cost you more. The streaming giant is increasing prices for customer anywhere from 13 percent to 18 percent. It will be the biggest jump in prices since the ...

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Cable prices going up in 2019

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If you are not one of the tens of millions of Americans abandoning cable and satellite, you may be joining them soon.  Cable and satellite prices are going up in 2019 in ...

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Israel Moon landing to make history

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Israel is set to join an exclusive club in February with the launch of an unmanned spacecraft that will land on the Moon. If successful, Israel would become the world’s fourth nation ...

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Is China’s control of 5G speeds a Pearl Harbor for US?

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Communist China is determined to control fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) networks, posing a threat to American telecommunication firms and raising national-security concerns. To win the next-generation mobile race, the U.S. government has ...

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These are the worst passwords you could have this year

For what seems like the umpteenth time, “123456” and “password” are the most commonly used passwords this year. Those combinations sit in the number one and two spots respectively, according to SplashData, who ...

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Solar-powered Bible makes God’s word available to billions

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Leading The Way’s solar-powered Navigator audio devices are reaching young people for Christ in the world’s largest Muslim nation. Founded and led by Christians, Harapan Children’s Centre* is seeing a remarkable response among their pupils ...

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Missouri hopes to totally ban texting and driving

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Missouri may join other states that completely ban texting and driving. State Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, wants to join most U.S. states by enforcing a total ban on the dangerous habit. Hansen ...

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