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Fitbit activates female health tracking on the Versa and Ionic

Two months ago, when Fitbit unveiled its Versa smartwatch, the company also announced an upcoming feature called "Female health tracking"

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An advanced type of malware can spy on nearly every Android smartphone function and steal passwords, photos, video, screenshots and

MIT’s self-driving car can navigate unmapped country roads

There's a good reason why companies often test self-driving cars in big cities: they'd be lost most anywhere else.

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When Kia unveiled the Niro EV at CES, it prompted one main question: how much would the electric crossover change

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California to require solar panels on most new homes

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Today is the 15th anniversary of the legendarily fascinating virtual world EVE Online, a massively multiplayer spaceship game that has

YouTube pulls hundreds of videos over essay cheating ads

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Ben Heck’s mini pinball game: Analysis and programming

Ben is moving walls around, but don't expect him to quit his day job to become an architect just yet.

Facebook’s friend suggestions helped connect extremists

When you think of internet giants fighting terrorism online, there's a good chance you think of them banning accounts and

Ticketmaster hopes to speed up event access by scanning your face

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Elon Musk’s next project might be… a candy company?

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