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There's trouble in paradise: a recent study shows that relationships started online are more likely to break up and less likely to end in marriage.
It will offer advertisers Facebook data to help them target customers, and also track whether the ads lead to sales.
China's Communist Party responds to Hong Kong protests by blocking access to Instagram and other social media sites in mainland China.
With increasingly stringent mileage and emissions standards planned around the world, automakers are turning to tech to keep the pedal to the metal.
Tech companies are scrambling to issue updates for products affected by the so-called "Shellshock" bug, which affects untold numbers of machines.
New social network Ello claims to be a mix of Tumblr and Facebook minus the ads and plus a whole lot of privacy. Will it stick or will it turn out to be too good to be true?
NBC News Tony Dokoupil takes a look back at the long strange history of weather modification.
Netflix subscribers are consuming 93.2 minutes of programming every day.
BlackBerry's still got some fight in it yet: the beleaguered phone manufacturer's latest model is selling well enough to crow about.