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Facebook adds 'Reactions' to Like button feature

The Facebook "Like" officially has company -- but it's not a "Dislike" button.

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Verizon to add $20 to grandfathered unlimited data plans

If you're still clinging to your Verizon unlimited cell phone plan, your monthly bill is about to jump by $20.

Verizon is planning to raise the price of unlimited data plans from $29.99 to $49.99 per month. The company confirmed the move to CNNMoney o...



FAA tests technology to counter rogue drones

The Federal Aviation Administration is testing anti-drone technology that would counter rogue drones flying within a five-mile radius of select airports.

The technology is supposed to detect radio signals from rogue drones operating too close to airp...

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AT&T turns on Wi-Fi Calling for iPhone users

If you're an AT&T customer with an iPhone 6 or newer -- you can now make calls over Wi-Fi.

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Report: Iran-based hackers spy using LinkedIn

A group of suspected Iranian hackers are using a sophisticated network of fake LinkedIn profiles to spy on unsuspecting targets worldwide -- including the U.S. -- according to a new report.

The fake personas fell into two groups: one set that were ful...

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Slain woman followed Waze app to wrong street

The couple followed their Waze GPS app, thinking it would lead them to a touristy avenue in Niteroi, a large city across the bay from Rio de Janeiro.

Instead, it led them to another street of the same name in Niteroi in one of the city's most notoriou...

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U.S. scientists use Twitter to track earthquakes

When earthquakes happen, U.S. government scientists get a 60-second heads up from an unlikely partner -- Twitter.

Since 2009, seismologists at the U.S. Geological Survey have teamed up with the social media company. The result? More accurate emergency...

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NASA successfully launches sounding rocket

NASA successfully launched a sounding rocket Wednesday from its Wallops Flight Facility in Chincoteague, Virginia, USA Today reported.

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Twitter launches Moments

Now you can view Twitter through an editor's eyes.

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Europe's big data bombshell: What you need to know

Europe's top court has delivered a bombshell ruling that will force thousands of U.S. companies to change the way they treat personal data of users, customers and staff.

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