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Former Twitter exec on short list to become Pandora CEO

Former Twitter exec on short list to become Pandora CEO

Microsoft's chatbots keep turning racist

Microsoft’s chatbots keep turning racist

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Things Every Modern Family Should Do In Indy

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How Photobucket is now shaking down its users

How Photobucket is now shaking down its users

A popular website used by sellers on auction sites like Amazon, Etsy, eBay and Gumtree is facing a growing backlash for effectively demanding a “ransom” from its members. Photobucket, an…
China’s car-swallowing bus might be a giant scam

China’s car-swallowing bus might be a giant scam

A car-straddling bus designed in China which took the internet by storm could be completely dead in its tracks. The innovative-looking vehicle, officially dubbed the Transit Elevated Bus, was designed…
VR is good for something other than video games and porn

VR is good for something other than video games and porn

Alex Wood’s blood and needle phobia went from being a source of anxiety to life-threatening after he contracted pre-diabetes in college. With skyrocketing blood sugar and hypoglycemia levels, Wood was…
Even Siri gets sexually harassed all the time

Even Siri gets sexually harassed all the time

There’s something about women’s voices — at least as far as the IT world is concerned. Numerous studies have found that they are perceived as less confrontational, more collaborative and…
Microsoft is ready to lay off thousands of employees

Microsoft is ready to lay off thousands of employees

Microsoft is expected to announce a major reorganization Wednesday — moves that may include pink slips for thousands of employees. The software giant will reorganize its global sales group as…
The one thing you must do after a breakup

The one thing you must do after a breakup

Breakups are messy and with so much of our lives conducted online, they have the potential to get even messier. With all the feels and general upheaval that comes with…
The end of days is all but inevitable

The end of days is all but inevitable

Earth is at “very high risk” of being hit by an asteroid large enough to have a “devastating” effect on humanity. That’s the ominous warning from the European Space Agency,…
Cybercriminals could soon be hacking your brainwaves

Cybercriminals could soon be hacking your brainwaves

Headsets that monitor your brainwaves could allow hackers to empty your bank account, scientists fear. High-tech helmets called electroencephalograms or EEGs are often used to diagnose epilepsy, but are beginning…
Fidget spinners are actually exploding now

Fidget spinners are actually exploding now

We all know that in this day and age, we really can’t have nice things. Hoverboards, Galaxy Note 7s, and BMWs are all going up in flames, and you can…
This incredible foam could save countless lives

This incredible foam could save countless lives

Countless military lives could be saved in the future thanks to a new remarkable foam. Made by Arsenal Medical and fittingly dubbed ResQ Foam, this remarkable innovation rapidly expands inside…
Gecko-inspired robot could help clean up space trash

Gecko-inspired robot could help clean up space trash

A new device inspired by a gecko foot could be the solution to our space junk problem. NASA scientists, in collaboration with engineers at the University of Stanford, have designed…
Why tech nerds are worse to date than finance bros

Why tech nerds are worse to date than finance bros

When Tinder first launched in 2012, a beautiful green-eyed New Yorker who works in public relations flew out to California to stay with the company’s co-founder Sean Rad during a…
Blue Apron slashes its IPO price by a third

Blue Apron slashes its IPO price by a third

The planned Amazon-Whole Foods merger is spoiling Blue Apron’s big day. The online meal-kit company took a butcher’s knife to its valuation on Wednesday when it repriced the 30 million…
Social media is the new crystal ball

Social media is the new crystal ball

Fortune tellers once used crystal balls to predict the future. But modern day soothsayers could use social networks like Facebook and Twitter to forecast events, researchers have claimed. A team…
Europe hit by massive cyberattack

Europe hit by massive cyberattack

PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard. Company and government officials reported serious…
More women are concerned about cyberbullying than men

More women are concerned about cyberbullying than men

Talk about macho men. A group called ReportLinker conducted a study of cyberbullying that found 45 percent of young women were very concerned about being attacked on social media while…
Social media is the new crystal ball

Social media is the new crystal ball

Fortune tellers once used crystal balls to predict the future. But modern day soothsayers could use social networks like Facebook and Twitter to forecast events, researchers have claimed. A team…
Europe hit by massive cyberattack

Europe hit by massive cyberattack

PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard. Company and government officials reported serious…
More women are concerned about cyberbullying than men

More women are concerned about cyberbullying than men

Talk about macho men. A group called ReportLinker conducted a study of cyberbullying that found 45 percent of young women were very concerned about being attacked on social media while…
Amazon wants to build a ‘beehive’ filled with drones

Amazon wants to build a ‘beehive’ filled with drones

Here’s the latest buzz from Amazon: a “beehive” warehouse that’s swarming with delivery drones. The Seattle-based Web giant has filed an application with US Patent and Trademark Office to create…
Social media giants team up to combat terrorist content

Social media giants team up to combat terrorist content

Social media giants Facebook, Google’s YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft said on Monday they were forming a global working group to combine their efforts to remove terrorist content from their platforms….
What sexting really does for your sex life

What sexting really does for your sex life

In this world of dick pics, best filters for nude Snapchats and eggplant emojis, it seems everyone is getting busy in the erotic cybersphere. Gone are the days when a…
The iPad’s biggest flaw: It’s too perfect

The iPad’s biggest flaw: It’s too perfect

Some of the world’s biggest technology companies are facing an unusual and costly problem: their products are proving too good to replace. Sales of traditional tablet computers are falling and…
Facebook is looking for scripted Hollywood TV shows

Facebook is looking for scripted Hollywood TV shows

Facebook is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programming by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The…
Pandora Media founder stepping down as CEO

Pandora Media founder stepping down as CEO

Music streaming service Pandora Media’s founder and chief executive, Tim Westergren, plans to step down, Recode reported citing people familiar with the company’s plans. The company has not yet selected…
Tech titans may be the solution to underemployment

Tech titans may be the solution to underemployment

Earlier this month during his commencement speech at Harvard, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg — one of the college’s most famous non-graduates and among the world’s wealthiest people — put forth a…
Even Kim Jong Un’s ears get Photoshopped

Even Kim Jong Un’s ears get Photoshopped

North Korea really loves to Photoshop their pictures. It can make everyday life look normal, their missiles look real and Kim Jong Un’s ears look nicer. “Over the past few…
Science has found the perfect way to take a selfie

Science has found the perfect way to take a selfie

Want to take your best selfie? Tilt the camera. A new multipart study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that the best ways to take pictures of yourself involves getting…
Hackers can ruin your life with just two numbers

Hackers can ruin your life with just two numbers

Cybercriminals are using a simple trick to steal people’s mobile phone numbers, move them to a different carrier and use the stolen number to gain access to the victim’s other…
Your iPhone addiction is giving you carpal tunnel

Your iPhone addiction is giving you carpal tunnel

Smartphone addiction could be doing damage and causing pain — including numbness and tingling — in your hands and wrists, a study has found. An international study, starting with 500…
These LED eyelashes will turn heads on the dance floor

These LED eyelashes will turn heads on the dance floor

The future has arrived for clubgoers, thanks to interactive LED eyelashes called “f.lashes.” The wearable technology was developed by designers Tien Pham & Davey Taylor, whose Kickstarter has become a…
Apple’s war on leaks, leaked

Apple’s war on leaks, leaked

It’s no secret that a culture of secrecy exists at Apple, but even so, Apple leaks are quite frequent. Tim Cook pledged that the company would double down on security…
Amazon wants to take over your closet next

Amazon wants to take over your closet next

Amazon.com is entering the fashion subscription-box business. Sure, the e-commerce giant shook the supermarket world Friday when it unveiled its takeover of Whole Foods — but on Tuesday, it revealed…
Apple and the iPhone are ‘sex,’ professor says

Apple and the iPhone are ‘sex,’ professor says

CANNES, France — The iPhone isn’t just sexy. It’s sex itself. That’s according to New York University marketing professor Scott Galloway, who told a crowd at the Cannes Lions marketing…
Hacker swiped confidential customer info from Thinx: suit

Hacker swiped confidential customer info from Thinx: suit

Thinx underwear may be period-proof, but it’s not hacker-proof. A hacker stole confidential customer lists from the leak-resistant panties company earlier this month, according to a new lawsuit. The Manhattan-based…
An e-cig can hack your computer

An e-cig can hack your computer

Hackers could use an electronic cigarette to crack into a computer and steal a victim’s most sensitive information. All crooks need to do is add a small chip to an…
Google amps up campaign against online extremism

Google amps up campaign against online extremism

Google is intensifying its campaign against online extremism, saying it will put more resources toward identifying and removing videos related to terrorism and hate groups. Google says in a blog…
Amazon’s latest patent will enrage consumers

Amazon’s latest patent will enrage consumers

People have been using Amazon to compare prices since the site made its debut in 1994, but soon Amazon may kill customers’ ability to do just that in its own…
Angry Birds maker weighs a possible IPO

Angry Birds maker weighs a possible IPO

Rovio, maker of the Angry Birds game, said it could list on the stock exchange in the future, while declining comment on a media report that China’s Tencent Holdings was…
Facebook deploys new AI to help keep terrorists offline

Facebook deploys new AI to help keep terrorists offline

SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook has started deploying its artificial intelligence capabilities to help combat terrorists’ use of its service. Company officials said in a blog post Thursday that Facebook will…
Elon Musk shares plan to colonize Mars

Elon Musk shares plan to colonize Mars

If there’s one thing you can definitively say about Elon Musk it’s that he most certainly does not lack ambition. The boss of SpaceX, Tesla and The Boring Company makes…
NASA’s supersonic plane will fly 1,074 MPH

NASA’s supersonic plane will fly 1,074 MPH

NASA has vowed to launch the maiden flight of a pioneering 1,000 mph jet within five years. The space agency is hoping to test its Quiet Supersonic Transport (QueSST) plane…
Slack said to draw interest from Amazon

Slack said to draw interest from Amazon

Slack Technologies, a corporate messaging and collaboration software startup, has received inquiries about a potential takeover from technology companies including Amazon, according to a report on Thursday. A deal could…
Worm grows two heads during space experiment

Worm grows two heads during space experiment

A worm mysteriously grew two new heads after it was sent into space as part of a cosmic experiment. The flatworm was on the International Space Station when it grew…
Startup selling AI to low-tech firms gets $100M in funding

Startup selling AI to low-tech firms gets $100M in funding

A startup that’s looking to bring cutting-edge artificial intelligence to less tech-savvy companies just raised more than $100 million. Element AI, a Canada-based company that will go head-to-head with tech…
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