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Governments are stepping in to regulate social media, but there may be a better way
Whose responsibility is it to keep fake news and terrorism off social media? An NYU Stern study suggests social networks, not the government, should be responsible for moderation, but not liable.

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Ancient lost city in Mexico had as many buildings as Manhattan
Using sophisticated laser surveying technology, archaeologists have discovered a “lost city” in western Mexico that may have been home to as many buildings as Manhattan.

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Picasso masterpiece reveals lost painting, hidden details
Scientists have harnessed sophisticated X-ray and imaging technology to reveal a lost painting and other details hidden in a Picasso masterpiece.

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Facebook to verify ads with postcards after Russian meddling
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.

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Is a bigger iPhone X coming in 2018?
Apple may bring out an outsized version of the iPhone X later this year, which would address a large hole in the company's lineup.

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People keep walking into glass at Apple Park
Apple's futuristic-looking new campus, known as the Apple Park, had employees slowly start to move in earlier this year following construction delays (the move was meant to start last April).

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10 incredibly useful online sites you didn't know about until now
If you had to guess, how many different websites do you think exists in the world today? From simple blogs to complex businesses, the internet spans the gamut dispensing and gathering a myriad of information. Keep your answer in your head because, at the very end of this article, I'll tell the closest estimate we have.

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Tech Q&A: Boosting Wi-Fi, finding phone numbers, picking a streaming service and more
I am so frustrated by the crappy Wi-Fi in my house. I try this and that, and nothing really works. Help me Obi-Wan Komando!

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U.S. intelligence, lawmakers 'deeply concerned' about Chinese phone companies
U.S. lawmakers and intelligence officials are expressing concern about the threat of Chinese telecommunication companies operating inside the country.

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Terrifying high-tech porn: Creepy 'deepfake' videos are on the rise
Programmers use existing video and photos to superimpose the source images into a pornographic movie.

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Internet Research Agency indicted: Who is the Russian company behind the fake Facebook ads?
In Sept. 2017, Facebook's announced that it uncovered approximately $100,000 in fraudulent ad spending has shed new light on the Russian company purportedly behind the ads that may have helped shape the 2016 U.S. election.And now, a federal grand jury has indicted 13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian entities accused of violating U.S. law for interfering in U.S. elections, including the Internet Research Agency.

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School shootings: How Army technology could help save the lives of teachers and students
Teachers will soon have access to advanced Army technology that will help prepare them for active shooters in schools.

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Single-character bug crashes iPhones, Apple promises fix
Apple's iOS woes continue. And now there's a new problem that's wreaking havoc on iOS 11.

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Apple's iCal calendar mysteriously deletes Easter
Easter Sunday, which arrives on April 1 this year, is the the most important holiday in the Christian religion. However, it's absent from some Apple users' iCal calendars.

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Parting ways? Here's how to delete a Netflix profile from your account
Need to delete an unwanted profile from your Netflix account? It's easy to do, no matter what kind of equipment you've got. Check out our handy explainer for step-by-step instructions.

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Twitter to live stream major breaking news
Twitter is partnering with local news stations to live stream broadcasts during major breaking news stories, a report said Wednesday.

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UC Berkeley researchers design cockroach inspired robot
A cockroach, the insect that causes most people to cringe at the sight, might be the key to a scientific breakthrough in robot technology.

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Amazon sex toys mystery: Unsolicited parcels sent to strangers
Amazon has become known as "the everything store," selling everything from pots and pans to books and furniture. It's racked up hundreds of billions in revenue and is now worth over $700 billion, making it the third-largest company in the S&P 500 by market cap, behind only Apple and Google.

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Surprise visit: Police warn alleged darknet drug buyers
DRIEBERGEN, Netherlands (AP) — It was an unexpected knock on the door for those who allegedly bought drugs anonymously — or so they thought — on a darknet market place.

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Apple's new $349 HomePod leaves strange white stains on wood furniture
Apple's new HomePod smart speaker is leaving a strange white stain on wooden surfaces, according to some users.

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How the Florida high school shooting unfolded on social media
In a country familiar with scenes of students being evacuated during shootings, the massacre that claimed the lives of 17 people at a South Florida high school on Wednesday unfolded in particularly heartbreaking and harrowing fashion on social media.

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Smart speakers: Facebook apparently has Amazon's Echo Show in its sights
Amazon has lots, Google has three, and Apple has one. Now Facebook looks as if it's about to launch its own smart speakers, with two display-equipped devices expected land in July, 2018.

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SpaceX's satellite broadband receives FCC Chairman's support
A SpaceX project to supply satellite-powered broadband cleared a regulatory hurdle on Wednesday.

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New York Times hires writer to cover 'consequences of technology,' fires her for tweets hours later
Just hours after the New York Times heralded its hire of a lead opinion writer to cover the "power, culture and consequences of technology" on Tuesday, the paper fired the new scribe -- citing, in an ironic twist, her past tweets.

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