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teens

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Families of teens lost at sea fight over recovered iPhone

One family worries that critical evidence about the boys' fate may be lost if the phone leaves law enforcement hands.

By April 26, 2016

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Almost half of parents know their teens' email password, says Pew survey

Technically Incorrect: A new survey about parents, kids and their online lives shows that parents are quite vigilant about their kids' virtual lives.

By January 8, 2016

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iPhone dominating Android more than ever among teens

Technically Incorrect: The latest Piper Jaffray Taking Stock With Teens survey shows an even greater enthusiasm from teens that their next phone be an iPhone.

By April 12, 2016

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Outrage after teen takes smiling selfie with car involved in fatal accident

Technically Incorrect: A Florida teen poses with the wrecked car he was a passenger in and posts the shot to Instagram. The driver of the other vehicle was killed.

By April 6, 2016

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Apple's intensely moving film about a teen with autism

Technically Incorrect: Dillan Barmache is 16 and lives in California. He describes his life as "hell" and "lonely."

By April 3, 2016

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Microsoft apologizes after AI teen Tay misbehaves

The chatbot was supposed to engage with millennials in a casual and playful way. Instead, she let loose a string of racist and sexist tweets.

By March 25, 2016

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How Twitter corrupted Microsoft's sweet AI teen 'Tay' (CNET Update show notes)

The chatbot didn't last a day before she was shut down for repeating horrible things she "learned" from Twitter. Meanwhile, Sony plans to make PlayStation games for smartphones and Apple Pay may be expanding to websites soon.

By March 24, 2016

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How Twitter corrupted Microsoft's sweet AI teen 'Tay'

The chatbot didn't last a day before she was shut down for repeating horrible things she "learned" from Twitter. Meanwhile, Sony plans to make PlayStation games for smartphones and Apple Pay may be expanding to websites soon.

By March 24, 2016

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Thanks, Twitter. You turned Microsoft's AI teen into a horny racist

Technically Incorrect: Microsoft's Tay seemed so innocent. Until she started talking to and learning from real-life humans.

By March 24, 2016

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Microsoft's 'Tay' chatbot speaks like a teen. Whatevs.

Explore the mysteries of teenage linguistics with the artificially intelligent Tay, ponder the end of Nintendo's Wii U, and speculate how the FBI could hack into an iPhone.

By March 23, 2016