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Apple discontinues iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle

If by some slim chance you happen to be in the market for a tiny Apple gadget that can play music and do nothing else, we have some bad news.

Tom Brady is the owner of the Jets - according to Google

First the butt fumble. Now this.Tom Brady owns the New York Jets, according to Google.

Cool video shows Navy's electromagnetic railgun in rapid-fire test

A cool video shows the U.S. Navy firing a multi-shot salvo from its cutting-edge electromagnetic railgun.

Uber will charge you $15 if you leave something in the car

If you've ever taken an Uber, chances are you may have left something behind.Now, in order to get it back, Uber will charge you $15.

3 best free anti-virus software to protect your computer

Malware and viruses are as old as the personal computer – and as enduring. Here’s a few free programs that provide good protection.

iPhone 8 reportedly delayed — with a missing feature

Apple's iPhone 8 has again been tipped to suffer delays this year.

How sharks can help the US Military in the future

Could something in shark blood help American warfighters detect invisible, dangerous weapons – and defeat them?

Whoops! Walmart cancels all SNES Classic pre-orders

Nintendo's next retro console should never have been offered for pre-order on July 21.

How Jony Ive masterminded Apple's new headquarters

On a sunny day in May, Jonathan Ive —Jony to anyone who knows him—first encounters a completed section of Apple Park, the giant campus in Cupertino, California, that has turned into one of his longest projects as Apple’s chief designer. A section of workspace in the circular, Norman Foster–designed building is finally move-in-ready: sliding-glass doors on the soundproof offices, a giant European ...

Tech execs slam Trump's transgender military ban

Technology executives, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai took to social media to voice their displeasure over the President's latest stance on transgendered people in the military.

Trump's transgender military ban slammed by tech execs

Technology executives, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai took to social media to voice their displeasure over the President's latest stance on transgendered people in the military.

Facebook's new TV shows are coming sooner than you thought

Despite repeatedly denying it was a media company, Facebook is going to have its own version of television.

Is Facebook working on an answer to Amazon's Echo Show?

According to report from DigiTimes, social media giant Facebook is working on such a device, potentially putting itself in competition with the likes of Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft.

Why your Roomba may soon morph into a 'creepy little spy'

It may be "smart" to put robots to work in your home—but is it wise?

Nintendo Switch sales surpass 4.7 million

Zelda closes in on 4 million units sold and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has gone past 3.5 million. How long before the Switch hits 5 million?

Steve Jobs would be thrilled -- Adobe will pull the plug on Flash by 2020

The end is nigh for Adobe's Flash software.

Trump says Apple CEO has promised to build three manufacturing plants in U.S.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said in an interview that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook has committed to build three big manufacturing plants in the U.S., a surprising statement that would help fulfill his administration’s economic goal of reviving American manufacturing.

Elon Musk shows off Boring Company elevator for the first time

With Elon Musk, nothing is ever boring – except if it's his company.Musk, who is the CEO of infrastructure and tunneling company, The Boring Company, showed off the first footage of his company's elevator, designed to alleviate traffic.

You want snark with those fries? No one is safe from Wendy's tweets

Wendy's Co. has come the mean girl of Twitter.

NASA engineers test engine for world's most powerful rocket

NASA engineers tested the RS-25 rocket engine, which will play a crucial role in eventual missions to Mars, on Tuesday.

NASA engineers test engines for world's most powerful rocket

NASA engineers tested the RS-25 rocket engine, which will play a crucial role in eventual missions to Mars, on Tuesday.

Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk trade jabs over artificial intelligence

The Facebook CEO think's Musk's warnings about AI are 'irresponsible,' while the SpaceX and Tesla CEO says Zuckerberg's 'understanding of the subject is limited.'

The iPhone 8 isn't even here yet and Android owners are already switching to Apple

In a report published on Tuesday, market research firm CIRP revealed that Apple attracted more Android switchers in the most recent quarter than at any other time in the past year.

China announces quantum leap in encryption

Communications just got tighter between Alice and Bob, leaving Eve out in the cold.

Nasty Mac malware can control your webcam and record everything you type

Apple's Macs are a lot less susceptible to malware and virus attacks than their Windows-based counterparts, but they're not malware-proof.

Pokmon Go fest was a disaster

Attendees some of whom traveled far distances to get there were met with widespread network problems, which prevented many from being able to play the game.

'Pokemon Go' fest was a disaster

Attendees some of whom traveled far distances to get there were met with widespread network problems, which prevented many from being able to play the game.

Here's how Galaxy Note 8's camera will beat the iPhone

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled in less than a month.

Microsoft: MS Paint isn't dead, it's just moving

After 32 years, MS Paint will move from being a standard feature of Windows to being available on the Windows Store.

Great white shark lurks off California beach in stunning drone video

A stunning drone-shot video shows a great white shark swimming off a Southern California beach.

New Chicago skyscraper will contain a 'blow-through' floor

Only one guest is allowed on the 83rd floor of Chicago’s future 94-story skyscraper: the city’s famous winds.

Delta pilot turns fingerprints into boarding passes

The airline has announced that some customers can now use their fingerprint instead of a boarding pass to get on its planes at Reagan Washington National Airport.

Billionaire space prospectors are racing to mine the moon, and that's a good thing

Over the next 10 years, space-age prospectors will fly to the moon in hopes of striking it rich. And this interplanetary cash-grab might just be the key to human survival, centuries down the line.

Microsoft HoloLens 2 headset will include an artificial intelligence chip

Microsoft designed an AI chip to allow its mixed reality headset to implement Deep Neural Networks without the cloud.

Microsoft is going to kill Microsoft Paint

Microsoft is deprecating Paint, its simple, yet very useful graphics application. Removal from Windows 10 will likely follow soon after.

Apple and The Rock teamed up on an awesome ad about Siri

What do you get when you combine the world's most valuable tech company and the self proclaimed "hardest working man in show business?"

Apple's biggest announcement since 2007? All eyes on 'iPhone 8'

Expectations are so high for the upcoming high-end iPhone that it is being heralded as a milestone in iPhone history.

Tech Q&A: Essential Windows apps, secret Alexa commands, cybersecurity tests and more

On your national radio show, you spoke of a site that contains a lot of personal details on us, like our age, addresses, relatives, etc. What was the name of the site?

Chicago Pokemon Go festival goes awry when players can't log in

A gathering of Pokemon Go aficionados in Chicago's Grant Park went wrong Saturday when a technical glitch prevented many players from logging into the game.

5 insider tricks for a better Facebook experience

In many ways, Facebook has become a parallel universe. Millions of people use the app on their phones. Millions of others never think to log out. Entire businesses are run through Facebook, and some institutions use a Facebook page instead of an actual website. Though there are many methods of instant communication, Facebook users routinely use Messenger to write or call friends all over the worl...