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Sun Feb 25 6:16 AM
Millions of bots posing as real users are promoting celebrities, spreading misinformation and sowing discord. And it's far easier to build a bot than to kill one.
If your lightweight laptop comes with only one standard port for plugging in devices, adding a dock or hub allows you to reconnect with your hardware.
You can keep an eye on what people are talking about on Twitter even if you prefer to skip the apps and stick to a flip phone or a web browser.
In their annual update for the Gates Foundation, they say that they remain optimistic about the world's progress, but that President Trump's policies could hurt their efforts.
Security researchers uncovered evidence that the attack had been in the works since last year. But hackers stopped short of the damage they could have done.
High-speed broadband is plentiful in most cities, but for those out in the country with only metered cellular connections, every megabyte counts.
The problem isn't that poor children don't have access to computers. It's that they spend too much time in front of them.
Programs battling for resources, damaged driver software and other issues can drag down Windows 10 when it starts up.
New electrical architecture will help satisfy the demands of cars that are increasingly loaded with gadgets and will enable lower-cost hybrid drive systems.
Even if you delete a finished book right from the iPad's Kindle collection, you still have a backup copy in Amazon's cloud.
Rene James, who was president of Intel, is gunning for the company's most lucrative business with a competing start-up.
The activist hedge fund says corporate insiders showed a lack of faith in the chip maker by selling more of the company's shares than they bought.
Thanks to added voice narration, certain movies and television shows have become more accessible to those with blindness or limited vision.