The Smart-Tech Future Beckons to Us From the CES Gadget ShowThere's no better time to geek out over new technology than during the annual gadget extravaganza known as CES.
Trump: 'We Have To Go See Bill Gates' To Close Internet In Certain AreasRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump is now going after the Internet.
Senate Passes Bill To Push Sharing Of Info On Hacker ThreatsThe Senate passed a bill Tuesday aimed at improving cybersecurity by encouraging companies and the government to share information about threats. It took roughly six years to win approval for such a program.
LOOK: 67 New Emojis Could Be On Your Keyboard in 2016There could be dozens of new emojis to choose from next year, including new facial expressions, new animals and new foods.
Study: Tweets Reveal Income And Social Status Of UsersResearchers found Twitter users who have more followers and mention politics and business more often tend to have higher incomes.
Photos: Guy Proposes to Girlfriend Using Virtual Reality HeadsetOh how technology has changed marriage proposals. Elaborate videos, strategically placed photographers - and now, virtual reality.
Smarter Siri, Better Battery Life in Apple Software UpdateApple's iPhones and iPads are getting free software updates Wednesday, including battery improvements and a smarter virtual assistant.
Facebook Ready to Test Button That Goes Beyond 'Like'Facebook may finally be getting a button that lets you quickly express something beyond a "like."
Pope Emojis Released For U.S. Papal VisitAs D.C., New York City and Philadelphia prepare for Pope Francis's visit, Swyft Media has released papal emojis for the occasion.
Apple Unveils Latest iPhone, Bigger iPad, Revamped TV BoxApple is taking a small step with its latest iPhone while trying to make a bigger leap in other key markets with its largest iPad yet and a long-awaited overhaul of its online video box for TVs.
VIDEO: Man Takes Off In Flying Lawn Chair Powered By 54 PropellersA drone, 54 propellers, and a controller were all part of a grand plan to fulfill one man's dream.
Study: 43 Percent Of Americans 'Main Source' Of News Is From OnlineOnline outlets for news are the No. 1 source of news in the US, surpassing both television and print, according to a new study.

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