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Apple: Celeb photo attack was targeted, not widespread breach

Hackers accessed celebrities' iCloud accounts through targeted attacks on usernames, passwords, and security questions -- something Apple says is "all too common on the Internet."

Google: Android Wear about to get even smarter

Q&A: The search giant hasn't said much about its OS for wearable devices since a demo in June. CNET asks two of its head engineers what's new.

Revamped Google for Work puts new spin on courting businesses

Ten years after the search giant started eyeing business customers, it's doing some rebranding to catch the eye of people bringing their devices to work.

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Apple lists the top 10 reasons apps get rejected

What gets an app rejected from the iTunes app store? Apple has released a breakdown of what developers are doing wrong.

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7 useful Google Now commands

Anyone who owns an Android device should know these seven Google Now commands.

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Google satellite exec reportedly leaves company

Greg Wyler, a key executive in the company's efforts to deploy Wi-Fi beaming satellites, has made an "abrupt" departure, according to news reports.

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Tomorrow Daily 045: Apple's spaceship campus progresses, Amazon revives 'The Tick,' and more

On today's show, we take a look at Apple's newest campus during the early stages of construction (it's huge and looks really cool), watch a tiny robot run on two legs, and happily freak out about Amazon bringing "The Tick" back, even if it's only for one pilot episode.

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Tomorrow Daily 045: Apple's spaceship campus progresses, Amazon revives "The Tick," and more

On today's show, we take a look at Apple's newest campus during the early stages of construction (it's huge and looks really cool), watch a tiny robot run on two legs, and happily freak out about Amazon bringing "The Tick" back, even if it's only for one pilot episode.

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Tap millions of copyright-free book images via Flickr

More than 2.6 million images from public domain e-books have been uploaded to Flickr as part of an Internet Archive project -- with 12 million more to come.

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The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is here (pictures)

Land Rover's revealed its new baby, the Discovery Sport. We've got the first set of pictures and some info on the smallest Disco money can buy.

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Peek-a-boo! Astronomers spot 'T-Rex' of galaxies

By using the world's preeminent telescopes, astronomers peer behind a curtain of dust to find a giant star-making factory known as "Sparky."

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Wear the sands of Tatooine on your wrist

This limited-edition watch features sand from the "Star Wars" set of Tatooine in Tunisia, and is proudly worn by none other than Chewbacca himself.

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The queen misses eye contact, blames cell phones

England's Queen Elizabeth II really doesn't like the sea of cell phones with which she's confronted these days.

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Beware! 8 sinister consequences of Google and Amazon drones

If Google, Amazon, and Facebook usher in a new era of urban delivery drones, will we lose more than we gain? Crave's Eric Mack sees danger ahead for everything from Spam to Slurpees.

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Just how safe is iCloud and other online services?

Even if you're not a celebrity like Jennifer Lawrence, there are plenty of reasons why the average computer user might be targeted by a hacker. In light of the recent celeb photo hack, here are some ways to protect yourself when storing information in the cloud.

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Japan's ISS Kirobo robot is lonely in space

The humanoid robot created to keep astronauts on the International Space Station company seems to have caught a case of intergalactic ennui. Cheer up, Kirobo!

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How those nude photos were leaked (and why you should care)

What does the hack mean for your own cloud security? Here are all of your nude selfie-related questions answered.

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Celebs, beware: Those nude selfies will be hacked and shared

Celebrities will continue to take nude photos of themselves and certain hackers will try their damnedest to uncover the goodies. All the more reason, say security experts, to fix bad habits.

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