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Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying

In 2013, an NSA program developed to intercept electronic devices and plant snooping equipment on them was discovered.

Facebook Now Automatically Detects Imposter Accounts

Users will be alerted if an impersonator is using their profile photo or username.

This Wearable Made From Graphene Could Help Regulate Diabetes

The stretchable patch can monitor blood glucose levels and deliver medication when necessary.

Report: iPhone Catches Fire Mid-Flight

The Alaska Airlines flight was traveling from Bellingham, Wash., to Hawaii, and was somewhere over the Pacific Ocean when the fire started.

Google Glass Enterprise Version Spotted on eBay

A San Francisco pawn shop is selling the new iteration of Google Glass, and you're going to have to pay a lot more than the Glass Explorer version to get your hands on it.

Some Apple Engineers Threaten to Quit if Forced to Break iPhone Encryption

Multiple Apple employees told the New York Times they would resist a direct order to create an encryption backdoor.

Car Makers Just Agreed to Make Their Vehicles a Whole Lot Safer

Another 10 vehicle makers signed on to make automatic emergency braking a standard feature on all new cars.

Why the Term 'Unicorn' Needs to Die

That Silicon Valley jargon is simultaneously the dumbest and most perfect appellation for overvalued startups.

Like It Or Not, Drones Will Soon Be Buzzing Overhead

FAA chief Michael Huerta says new rules and tools for drones are being developed faster than skeptics thought possible.

Microsoft Using Minecraft to Teach its AI to Learn

'The things that seem really easy for us are actually the things that are really difficult for an artificial intelligence,' researcher says.

Humanity Notches First Go Victory Against Google's AI

Champion Go player Lee Sedol picks up his first win against Google's not-so-unbeatable AlphaGo after three losses.