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Technically Incorrect: After North Korea launches its own streaming video service, Netflix bows its head in respect. Sort of.
Computer believed to be a prototype sells for $815,000 in an auction that sees a portion of the sale price being donated to charity.
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The list of hugely popular little drawings on your phone are going to expand again, making your life a little more colorful, one message at a time.
Almost 60 years ago, an account emerged of aliens from a planet around Proxima Centauri. It's been largely forgotten, but now that we know the planet is real, does the wild story deserve another look?
Ben Affleck might feel a little envious if he sees this tour of a crazy Batsuit with a suite of functional crime-fighting gadgets.
The social network restores the account of a sports writer suspended for posting a GIF of US gymnast Aly Raisman.
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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a hand-tossed Hawaiian with mushrooms. And you don't even have to tip the delivery drone.
Technically Incorrect: At the University of Texas, some students decided that gadgets of pleasure were the way to protest a new state law that allows guns in classrooms. The campaign has quite some name.
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