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How did she do with last year's prediction of a billion photo uploads per day?
The headphone and streaming music outfit also brings Apple the swagger of rapper Dr. Dre and recording impresario Jimmy Iovine
U.S., Russian and German crew members blast off on a mission that will include 5 spacewalks
The two terms are often used interchangeably, but draw vastly different reactions
Google shows off its vision of future automobiles: No steering wheels, brakes or gas pedals
iPhone and iPad users from California to Australia are falling victim to a mysterious hacking scam. After hackers gain control of the device, the phone becomes locked, and a message pops up demanding $100 from the owner to regain control of their phone. KCAL-TV's Crystal Cruz reports.
The Web and social media are abuzz with petitions and criticism of Amazon's recently-awarded patent, but did they miss the point?
Hackers lock iPhones, iPads remotely and demand money to release them; first cases reported in U.S.
From nose masks to fresh mountain air sold in bags, the pollution isn't choking creativity
A group of doctors and medical experts have created a 3-D simulation of the human heart. They say it will revolutionize the way doctors diagnosis cardiac conditions and offer a way to personalize heart devices.
LG unveils its new G3 smartphone with big, high-resolution screen and laser auto-focus camera
Ubisoft's newly released "Watch Dogs" wins praise for creating immersive world, but some say it doesn't live up to the hype
Stars stage dramatic reading of Albert Einstein's personal letters, introducing a little-known side of the renowned scientist
A former hacker who helped the FBI bust Anonymous and LulzSec gets leniency from judge
Girls were involved in designing robots to assist search-and-rescue divers, bridge models and safer football helmets
Complaints that Facebook-owned apps Instagram and Whatsapp violate people's privacy spark judges unusual move
Five white tiger cubs, one which was named Obama were recently born in a zoo in Austria. The white tigers originate in India and Bangladesh and such large litters are rare.
Apple's smart home technology would reportedly put lights, home security and appliances under the control of an iPhone or iPad
Hector Xavier Monsegur disrupted hundreds of cyberattacks on Congress, NASA and other sensitive targets, according to federal prosecutors
Zoomable mosaic image of our planet was created using thousands of snapshots uploaded on Earth Day