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YouTube Launching Child-Friendly Video Platform

Due to ongoing requests from parents to make their site more child-friendly, YouTube has decided to launch a video app that is suited for kids.
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UMass recalls ban on enrollment of Iranians in enginering, science courses

The University of Massachusetts at Amherst's (UMass) on Wednesday recalled its new policy of banning Iranian students from enrolling in engineering an...
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Microsoft to update the Lumia 635 with 1GB of RAM in MWC

After the several entry level releases, Microsoft is set to unveil yet another affordable handset in the form of refreshed Lumia 635. This device is e...
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LG G Flex2 will come to the United States through Sprint

Like the previous G Flex handset, the second iteration is also a breath of fresh air. It has been one of the devices that have taken most of the spotl...
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Chinese Startup Xiaomi Bringing Accessories to the U.S.

Although Xiaomi manufactured smartphones are not yet available in the U.S., the Chinese startup is planning to bring mobile accessories to America.
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Hackers stole $1 billion from over 100 banks worldwide

Hackers have stolen as much as $1 billion from more than 100 banks worldwide since 2013 using a malware called Carbanak, according to cybersecurity fi...
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Anonymous hackers attack ISIS social media accounts

Anonymous hackers announced on Monday they have destroyed social media accounts and email addresses linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISI...
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Apple to Construct $2 Billion Global Command Center in Arizona

Apple is expanding their empire as they are planning to build a $2 billion worth data command center in Mesa, Arizona.
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The Best Travel Gadgets

Gadgets are great, they look good, they're easy to use and they usually make some aspect of your life a lot more straightforward. But which travel gad...
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Anthem reveals hacking of database, theft of customer records

The database of health insurer Anthem Inc. that contains records of 80 million current and past customers was hacked, the company said Wednesday.