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'Call of Duty' creators: Noriega suit absurd

Manuel Noriega

The creators of the "Call of Duty" video game franchise on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who says the 2012 video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" has damaged his reputation.


The UPS Store will 3-D print stuff for you

The UPS Store

Can't afford your own 3-D printer? Just head to the UPS Store. UPS announced plans Monday to bring in-store 3-D-printing services to nearly 100 stores across the country, billing itself as the first national retailer to do so.


7 safety tips from hackers

Hands on keyboard

It's easy to get hacked. And yes, it can happen to you. Follow this advice from actual hackers, and you'll be a lot safer online.


MAVEN spacecraft enters Mars orbit


MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.


Launch brings new technology to space

International Space Station from Shuttle Atlantis

A spacecraft that launched early Sunday is transporting a 3-D printer that could change life on the International Space Station.


Emerging clues may point to dark matter

International Space Station file

Take a look around you, and in your mind's eye, randomly wipe out all but a small fraction of what you can see. Pretend the vast rest of reality is there but invisible.

You'd probably like a device that helps you see much more of it.

Scientists workin...


'Dead Beat' page exposes 'absentee parents'

Facebook home page

Private parental disputes in Kenya are going online -- and viral.

Single parents in the East African nation are turning to a new Facebook page to share their outrage against people they claim abandoned their offspring.

The page, dubbed Dead Beat Kenya...


Hot startups not following Alibaba to Wall Street

Alibaba IPO

Bankers advising Alibaba on its IPO aren't charging top dollar, but they are thrilled for whatever fees they can get. That's because high-profile startups are shunning IPOs, turning to private investors for cash.

Take just two high-profile startups: U...


Larry Ellison: The billionaire with the shiniest toys

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison, the top-paid CEO and fifth-richest person in the world, now has a bit more time to live his extraordinarily glamorous life.

It's not exactly a retirement for the 70-year old Oracle founder. He stepped down as Oracle's CEO but became the...


Digital tip jar coming to a coffee shop near you


The tip jar at coffee shops is often an embarrassment for the kind of people who pay for everything with their credit cards and rarely have small change on hand.

The electronic DipJar, a device that accepts credit and debit cards for $1 tips, is here...


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Staying safe in the cloud

Photos to the cloud

Recent hacks are drawing attention to the security of your data in the cloud. Here's some tips to stay safe.


IPhone 6 breaks sales records

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

Apple sold 4 million iPhone 6s and 6 Pluses in the first day they were available -- more than the company had ready in advance of Friday's release.


Scientists try to land space probe on comet

rosetta probe

Scientists are trying to decide the best place to land a space probe on a moving comet.


Facebook bans dad's photo of sick newborn

Facebook bans dad's photo

Facebook rejects a North Carolina father's photo of his newborn son in the hospital as too graphic.


Apple reveals smartwatch, larger iPhones

Apple Watch series

Apple unveils a smartwatch, a mobile payment system and two new, bigger smartphones at its "big event" Tuesday.


Apple unveils 2 new iPhones

iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus

Apple unveiled two new iPhones at its "big event" Tuesday -- the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.


What happens when credit cards get stolen?

Home Depot credit card breach

CNN breaks down what happens to your data on the black market if it's been hacked.


'Madden 15' glitch results in itsy bitsy linebacker

Itsy bitsy linebacker

Honey, I shrunk the…linebacker? At 14 inches, he’s adorably cute and leaving football fans oohing and awwing.


Synching devices can mean accidental sharing

Risks of synching devices

Synching devices can be convenient, but it can also lead to a photo, text message or Google search accidentally popping up where you don't want it to be.


Teacher in trouble for tweets about students

Teacher tweets about students

She may have just been letting off some steam, but a California teacher's tweets about students have upset many parents.


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