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Pokémon Go Popularity Skyrockets: We Try To Understand Why

'Pokémon Go' launched on Android and iOS devices in the United States, Australia and New Zealand on July 6. Since then, hordes of people have been zoning out to the colors on their displays, shuffling to the GPS coordinates of imaginary creatures.

Video Games July 11, 2016

Autistic Woman Kept In Cage In Backyard Of Amite Home, 5 People Arrested On Human Trafficking Charges

Louisiana authorities have taken five people into custody for allegedly housing an autistic woman in a cage. The group is suspected of having arranged for the woman to be prostituted out to several males.

Public Health July 10, 2016

Facebook Testing Secret Conversations On Messenger: This Secure Message Will Self-Destruct In 3...2...1

Facebook just shared the secret to truly keep conversations on Messenger secure. The solution is Secret Conversation, a new tool that brings end-to-end encryption to Messenger.

Apps/Software July 10, 2016

Facebook Live-Stream Video Gives Marginalized A Voice But Here's Where It Draws The Line

After what some perceived as a fumbling of viral, yet violent video, Facebook has shed some light on its live video policies. As long as the violence isn't celebrated, Facebook should be OK with it.

Internet July 10, 2016

Weight Loss Diet: Eating Pasta May Help Beat Obesity, Claim Italian Researchers

Researchers are causing people to rethink pasta. Those who have been cutting pasta dishes out of their diets for the sake of forsaking carbs might not be doing themselves any favors there.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 7, 2016

Tesla Misses Q2 Delivery Target, But The Company's Doing Better Than You Think

Tesla missed its mark on electric vehicle production and order fulfillment, but it's not as bad as it may sound. The automaker has set even loftier goals for the second half of the year.

Car Tech July 6, 2016

A Monster? Facebook Rebuts Israel's Accusations That It Sabotages Work Of Israeli Police And Abets Terrorism

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook's string of bad press continues. This time, the Israeli security minister is calling the social network out for allegedly "sabotaging" the effort of the country's police.

Internet July 5, 2016

570 Clinics In The US Are Offering Expensive, Unproven And Unregulated Stem Cell Therapies And That's Very Dangerous

Many of the more than 570 US clinics offering stem therapy are promising healing for dozens of diseases. However, researchers in the field haven't had nearly as many breakthroughs as those promised by direct-to-customer businesses offering treatment for top dollars.

Life & Style July 5, 2016

Skullgirls Coming To Android, iOS With RPG Twist: How To Participate In Closed Beta

Skullgirls is taking the fight to Android and iOS later this year, with closed beta registration open now. This mobile game will combine its fighter formula with elements of RPGs and turn-based strategy games.

Video Games July 5, 2016

NuAns Hits Kickstarter To Make Windows 10 Phone Popular

NuAns is hoping to have a breakthrough Windows 10 Mobile device on its hands. After launching the Neo in Japan earlier this year, the company is turning to Kickstarter to fuel the next stage of the phone's early life.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 4, 2016

Fourth Of July Fireworks: Macy's Fireworks 2016 Location, Start Time And How And Where To Watch

To help America celebrate its 240th anniversary, Macy's is preparing to put on its biggest fireworks display since the Y2K. For those who want to watch the show in person, time is running out for making a move.

Life & Style July 4, 2016

World UFO Day: People Celebrate UFO Sightings But Do Alien Life Forms Really Exist?

Some of NASA's directives have given rise to conspiracies, and so has the censoring of certain areas on Google Maps. But at the end of the day, we all want to meet aliens.

Life & Style July 3, 2016

Apple Rebuts Spotify's Claim That Apple Is Using App Store Approval Process As 'A Weapon' To Harm Spotify

One of Apple's top lawyers has responded to Spotify's accusations of anti-competitive behavior. Spotify says Apple is hindering the latest update for the Spotify app, while Apple says the Swedish company's claims are "half truths."

Business Tech July 3, 2016

US Senate Will Not Issue BlackBerrys To Staffers As BlackBerry Decides To Discontinue BlackBerry 10 OS Devices

The U.S. Senate's love affair with BlackBerry devices is coming to an end. But BlackBerry's ambition of restoring its glory hasn't died out just yet.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 3, 2016

Blizzard Makes 'Overwatch' Basketball More Satisfying To Score With Confetti - Finally!

As the NBA season is over and Olympic basketball is just only a month away, Blizzard has offered something for the off season blues. While the basketball hoop isn't new to the game, it's been given a grand update.

Video Games July 2, 2016

PlayStation Vue Arrives On Android Just As Sony Promised

Hot on the heels of an update that brought support for the Roku, Sony has made good on its promise to expand PlayStation Vue to Android. Along with the Android release, Sony also rolled out new features for PS3 and PS4.

Internet July 1, 2016

Facebook Paper News App Shutting Down Next Month

Facebook's Paper news app is about to fold and be tossed into a bin filled with other Facebook apps that just never really took off. Paper goes down at the end of this month.

Apps/Software July 1, 2016

Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 Price Drops To $149: Here's The Deal

Alcatel's bank-account-friendly OneTouch Idol 3 has gotten even friendlier. The Android smartphone has seen its price cut by $50 over the last few months.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 30, 2016

Anki's AI-Powered Cozmo Robot Is A Pixar Character In Real Life

Cozmo is a tiny robotic companion animated by machine learning, computer vision and artificial intelligence. The little robot is so powerful, its makers claim it can process more data than all of the Mars Rovers combined.

Robotics June 30, 2016

Google+ Officially 5 Years Old Now: Here's A Look At The Social Network And Its Services

Google+ is a survivor, still alive and kicking after five full years. And while it still hasn't commanded a corner of the market, Google appears to be far from done with the social network.

Google June 29, 2016

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