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Pictures of supermoon eclipse are in

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The sun, the Earth and the moon lined up in a row to put on a light show in Sunday's night sky, and people around the world looked up to watch the lunar eclipse.

It was a special one for at least two reasons.

First, this moon was a supermoon. It happe...


LinkedIn to pay $13 million for unwanted emails, lawyers could get $3.3 million

Linked in headquarters

LinkedIn agreed to pay $13 million to settle a lawsuit from members who complained that unwanted emails were sent out on their behalf.


Google will become Alphabet today

Google headquarters sign

Google said that its long-awaited -- and complicated -- restructuring will happen at the end of the day on Friday.


Why people fall for the biggest hoax on Facebook


You've probably seen it in your News Feed.


Tinder adds Super Like option

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As any sixth grader can tell you, sometimes you like someone, and sometimes you like like them.

Dating app Tinder is adding a new way to show interest in potential dates. It's called a Super Like. Swipe up on a person's Tinder profile to indicate tha...


Trump hotels hacked, credit card data at risk

Trump berates Rubio

Hackers snuck a computer virus into Trump hotels across the United States and Canada, potentially stealing customer credit card data for an entire year.


Facebook rolls out video profile pictures

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Lights, camera, action. Get ready to get more creative with your Facebook profile picture.

The company started rolling out several changes to the way mobile profile pages look on Wednesday.

Why? Facebook wants to give you as many ways to "express who...


Everything we know so far about the Apple Car

iPhone platform in car

There's plenty of evidence that Apple is working on something car-related, even if Apple hasn't said anything publicly about it yet.

Since Apple is being typically tight-lipped about the project ( it declined to comment on "rumors and speculation"), i...


Why your cat needs an iPad

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The old ball of yarn isn't cutting it anymore when it comes to cat toys.


U.S. pulls spies from China after hack

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The United States is pulling spies from China as a result of a cyberattack that compromised the personal data of 21.5 million government workers, a U.S. official said Tuesday.

The U.S. suspects that Chinese hackers were behind the breach at the U.S. O...


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Tesla trots out its first electric SUV

Tesla brakes

Tesla Motors' first SUV is finally on the road. Tesla officially unveiled the Model X Tuesday night at its California factory.


NASA says there's flowing water on Mars

water streaks on Mars

NASA officials say the discovery of flowing, liquid water on Mars may point to life on the red planet.


NASA: Liquid water found on Mars

liquid water found on mars

NASA announced that liquid water was found on Mars.


Obama, Xi to discuss cyber espionage

Chinese president plane

Cyber espionage is expected to be a hot topic when China's president meets with President Obama at the White House on Friday.


Apple announces iPad Pro keyboard

Schiller with iPads

The new, larger iPad Pro will now have its own special keyboard.


Missouri boy's Lego robot solves Rubik's Cube

Legos robot solves Rubik's Cube

Noah Hinkle, a 9-year-old Missouri boy, created a robot from Legos that can solve the Rubik's Cube puzzle.


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.


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.


Rare Apple I computer found in trash

first Apple computer

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


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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