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Military still dealing with cyberattack 'mess'

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A key military email system remains offline, one week after a cyberattack that one Defense Department official described as "serious."

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'Failed star' displays powerful auroras

Brown dwarf star

Astronomers for the first time have spotted an aurora outside of our solar system.

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IOS 9 makes the iPhone a smarter smartphone

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The trope used to be that Android was for nerds and iPhones were for technophobes.

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Primordial soup of compounds found on comet

Philae on Comet 67P

Could life on Earth have been kick-started by a comet strike? A startling discovery by the Rosetta comet-chasing mission has added fresh evidence to suggest that it is possible.

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Facebook is now the world's most-used tech product

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Think Facebook is passé? Think again.

At the end of June, nearly 1.5 billion people used Facebook at least once a month, the company reported on Wednesday. That's more than any other technology product in the world, including Microsoft's ubiquitous Wi...

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Samsung misjudged high demand for its smartphone

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Oops! Samsung hasn't been making enough of their flagship Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones.

Samsung experienced "supply difficulties from higher-than-expected market demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge," the company said in a statement released alongside their se...

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Amazon wants air space designated for drones

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Amazon wants a piece of the sky.

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Google Maps will help you avoid waiting in line

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Don't you hate waiting in long lines? Google knows how you feel.

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YouTube's 'RAT,' or webcam slaving problem

Cassidy Wolf

It's never been easier to learn how to hack, according to a new report.

Digital Citizens Alliance, a nonprofit advocacy group, has uncovered thousands of YouTube videos teaching wannabe hackers how to gain access to victims' webcams and computers.

One ...

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Twitter's Jack Dorsey: We know we must be easier to use

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Twitter's main problem has been, in a nutshell: People who know how to use it, love it. Everyone else kind of scratches their heads.

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Scientists warn world of killer robots

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Experts warn of "killer robot" arms race. CNN's Max Foster reports.

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Scientific community is abuzz about Pluto

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The scientific community is buzzing over images received from the New Horizons spacecraft. After a 10-year journey of more than 3.5 billion miles, it is now sending back images of Pluto in more detail than humans have ever seen.

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Pluto scientists whoop it up!

Pluto celebration

When you witness history, you have reason to celebrate.  A moment nine years in the making, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew by Pluto to capture never-before-seen images at close range on Tuesday. The unmanned vehicle took nearly a decade to travel 3 billion miles from Earth to the dwarf planet.

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NASA probe reaches Pluto today

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NASA's New Horizons probe flies by Pluto today and will begin sending back photos and data on the dwarf planet. NASA hopes to begin releasing photos on Wednesday.

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On Camera: Robot 'Pepper' can read your emotions

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Japanese telecom company Softbank has created a robot named ‘Pepper’ designed to recognize human emotions and show its own ‘feelings.’ Softbank envisions ‘Pepper’ as a companion for the elderly, a teacher or an office and retail shop assistant.

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Various realities on display at conference

Augmented reality

From the latest smart glasses to a 360-degree camera you can fit in your pocket, virtual and augmented reality were on display at the Augmented World Expo inhabits in Santa Clara, California.

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Rare Apple I computer found in trash

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An Apple I computer, believed to be worth $200,000, was found in the trash.

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Train tech may have prevented crash

PTC explained

CNN'S Tom Foreman takes a look at a safety system known as Positive Train Control and explains how it works.

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NASA tests electronic aircraft propeller

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NASA technicians took to the desert in Bakersfield, California to test a multi-rotor electronic flying wing to be used in a future commuter vehicle, experts said.

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Texas + emojis = TexMojis

Willie Nelson TexMoji

Rocksauce Studios in East Austin, Texas, is developing a series of Texas-based computer emoticons, or emojis, so Texans can text with special pride.

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