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The New York Lottery has created a game allowing players to use mobile phone—something lottery officials say is a first in the nation.
The parent company of Ashley Madison, hit by a devastating hack last year, is now the target of a U.S. Federal Trade Commission investigation.
A NASA spacecraft is about to start unlocking the many secrets of giant, mysterious Jupiter.
A recent report suggests that China began to tone down some of its activities amid a shift in strategy started by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Forget your boring old paddle board, snorkel or kayak.
Self-exile in Russia isn't stopping Edward Snowden from making his Off Broadway debut this weekend.
A popular subreddit is plagued by constant infighting and infiltration by white supremacists. Now the site is changing its rules.
Two experts found more than 570 clinics offering "stem cell" treatments, many with little or no proof they work or are even legal.
A California jury ordered Oracle to pay Hewlett-Packard Enterprise $3 billion in damages in a case over HP's Itanium servers.
NHTSA said preliminary reports indicate the vehicle crash occurred when a tractor-trailer made a left turn in front of the Tesla at an intersection.
Apple declined to comment. A Tidal spokesman denied that Tidal executives had held talks with Apple.
Apple just had a patent approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that would disable iPhone cameras from recording or photographing live shows.
An apparent hacker has used the Twitter account of the CEO and co-founder of Oculus to announce a new head of the company.
Amazon has finally lifted the lid on its second-annual Prime Day sale, which it's touting as the 'biggest Amazon event ever.'
Americans want to buy and ride in self-driving cars, but they do not want the "brains" of those vehicles to come from automakers, a survey found.
Google has bought the entire 12-year power production from a wind power farm to supply its European data centers with renewable energy.
Facebook is going out of its way to show its neutrality - an increasingly urgent matter as the U.S. presidential election approaches.
Toffler is also credited with having coined the term "information overload" to describe people's struggle to keep with exponentially expanding data.
Facebook says it will now put posts from friends and family that users are 'likely to care about' at the top of their news feed.