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A video ad for a new lesbian magazine featuring a lookalike of German leader Angela Merkel being kissed by a woman has gone viral.
If you want to be sure you're getting all the vitamins you need, but don't want to wrangle a shelf of supplements, the Nourish might be for you.
Sen. Al Franken has sent a letter to two federal agencies urging them to look into the business practices of Apple's music streaming service.
Lawmakers have unveiled legislation aimed at preventing more cyberattacks like recent massive breaches at the Office of Personnel Management.
Turns out you're not the only one letting a friend log into your Netflix account every once in a while. In fact, if you don't, you're in the minority.
Self-driving cars must be able to protect themselves from 'bad actors,' says the chief of the federal agency in charge of keeping our highways safe.
It's not quite "CSI: Cyber," but the the United States has its own cyber crimes task force, and its headquarters is getting a major upgrade.
Facebook can't block nearly 400 search warrants seeking users' postings for a criminal fraud investigation, an appeals court has ruled.
The announcement clears the way for the merger of the No. 2 wireless carrier and the No. 1 satellite TV service.
A team from Montana is taking home $1.5 million after triumphing in a competition to create a way to autonomously test the acidity of ocean waters.
This palm-sized projector claims to hit the projection trifecta of compact size, bright image and HD resolution.
Apple's latest financial report shows the iPhone is still its cash cow. The impact of its newest product, the Apple Watch, isn't clear.
A new study finds men who are less skilled players are more likely to act hostile to their female counterparts during the game.
Robotic surgery is on the rise as doctors look to make procedures less invasive, but according to a new study, the strategy comes with risks.
After hackers proved that they could remotely disable a Jeep, two Senators introduced a bill aiming to protect the security and privacy of people
Some Apple users experienced service issues with a broad range of functions for more than three hours on Tuesday.
Jeh Johnson admitted Tuesday that he banned DHS officials from using personal email on work computers after a Bloomberg View article exposed their use
Toshiba's chief executive Hisao Tanaka resigned to take responsibility for doctored books that inflated profits by $1.2 billion over several years.
Google is shutting down its Google+ Photos service to make way for its very similarly named Google Photos.
Instagrammers were up in arms last week after the social media site banned the hashtag #curvy. Instagram doesn't hate curves - but it does hate porn.