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NSA Uses Google-Like Search Engine
NSA Uses Google-Like Search Engine

The National Security Agency has developed its own version of Google to search through the billions of phone calls, e-mails and other electronic communications it monitors, according to a new report.

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Verizon Hops on the Voice-Over-LTE Bandwagon Verizon Hops on Voice-LTE Bandwagon

HD quality, video calling is on the way.

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Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in California; Will Other States Follow? Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in Calif.

Free speech, free assembly in jeopardy.

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Secure Your Phone Without Passcodes Secure Phones Without Passcodes

Smartphone makers are getting smarter.

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Teens Turning to E-Cigarettes: A Dangerous Trend Teens and E-Cigs: A Dangerous Trend

Twice as likely to smoke when older.

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Computing
HP Recalls 5 Million AC Power Cords
McAfee Beefs Up Server Security
Backoff Hack Hits 1,000+ Businesses
Digital Life
NSA Uses Google-Like Search Engine
Verizon Hops on Voice-LTE Bandwagon
Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in Calif.
Discovery
Mom, Son Find Fossils 22 Years Apart
Ancient Flying Lizard Discovered
Greece: Important Tomb Found in Dig
Space
Planning a New Way To Find Moons
Astronauts Release Baby Satellite
Space Specks May Be Alien Visitors
Innovation
Glass Adds Voice Access to Contacts
Samsung Buys SmartThings
BioBattery Tattoo May Power a Phone
Health
Teens and E-Cigs: A Dangerous Trend
Ebola: Finding Its Natural Source
Study: More Mental Disabilities in Kids
Science News
Kids' Brains Make Shift To Learn Math
Bacterium Destroys Tumors' Heart
Ebola Treatment Made in Tobacco
Environment
Expert Wants Calif Nuke Plant Closed
Earthquake Damage Could Reach $1B
Study Blames Humans for Ice Melt
World Wide Web
NSA Uses Google-Like Search Engine
Are Gov't Spies Tipping Off Tor?
PlayStation Network Up After Attack
Mobile Tech
Verizon Hops on Voice-LTE Bandwagon
Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in Calif.
Apple To Fix Some iPhone 5 Batteries
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Earthquake Damage Could Reach $1B
 
Planning a New Way To Find Moons
 
Are Gov't Spies Tipping Off Tor?
 
Apple To Fix Some iPhone 5 Batteries
 
PlayStation Network Up After Attack
 
Multitasking on Mobile Devices
 
Bacterium Destroys Tumors' Heart
And triggers immune system boost.
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HTC One M8 Windows Phone Unveiled
Can be POS device for small business.
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Ebola: Finding Its Natural Source
Discovering origins could halt spread.
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Sprint Dumps T-Mobile Merger
Looks to the future with new chief exec.
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Network Security Spotlight
Are Government Spies Tipping Off Tor?
Less than a month ago, tech news headlines heralded a Tor Project breach. Now, some are saying that government spies are sharing information with Tor to help it prevent future breaches.
 
Backoff Malware Hits 1,000+ Businesses, Likely More
More than 1,000 businesses across the U.S. might have been affected by Backoff, a new kind of point-of-sale (PoS) malware, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
 
PlayStation Network Back Online After Attack
Sony’s PlayStation and Entertainment Network are back online after a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack crashed the systems on Sunday. But Sony says no personal info was accessed.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Alert: HP Recalls 5 Million Notebook AC Power Cords
HP is recalling about 5.6 million notebook computer AC power cords in the U.S. and another 446,700 in Canada because of possible overheating, which can pose a fire and burn hazard.
 
Acer's New Desktop Box Rides the Chrome OS Wave
Filling out its Chrome OS line, Acer is following the introduction of a larger Chromebook line earlier this month with a new tiny $180 desktop Chromebox and also a smaller Chromebook.
 
Feds OK $2.3 Billion IBM-Lenovo x86 Server Deal
IBM and Lenovo are celebrating U.S. approval of their x86-based server deal, having cleared some major security hurdles. The deal makes Lenovo a major player for enterprise data centers.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Verizon Hops on the Voice-Over-LTE Bandwagon
Wireless provider Verizon is gearing up for a nationwide launch of its Voice-over-LTE service over the next several weeks, promising clearer and crisper phone calls and a Skype-like video service.
 
Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Law in California; Will Other States Follow?
California’s new law -- signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday -- aimed at deterring cellphone theft could mean most mobile phones sold in the U.S. will soon include similar “kill-switch” tech.
 
Apple To Replace 'Small Percentage' of iPhone 5 Batteries
If you've noticed your iPhone 5 isn't acting right, it might be because of a bad battery -- and you might be eligible for a replacement. Apple is offering new batteries, though only for a small percentage of users.
 

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