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Apple Pay Will Be Much More Important Than the iPhone 6
Steve Jobs Would Have Hated the New iPhones
Don't Waste Your Money on a Farmer's Almanac
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Insurance Companies Want to Use Your Personal Data to Determine Your Premiums
When Low-Tech Solutions Win
Netizen Report: Chinese Man Sues ISP Because He Can’t Access Google
You Should Be Terrified of Superintelligent MachinesNot because they might develop the worst human characteristics, but because they’re nothing like humans at all.
Your Gmail Probably Wasn't Hacked. But That Doesn't Mean You're Safe.
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The MOOC Gender GapOnline learning may be different for girls, but not in cognitive ways.
Lindsay Lohan’s New App Is Like Watching a Comments Section Come to Life. (That’s Not a Good Thing.)
You’re Probably Going to Want the Apple Watch
This Researcher Hopes to Find a Way to Slow Aging
Human Rights for Cyberconscious BeingsEven if they aren’t flesh, “mindclones” deserve protection.
A Hurricane Is Flooding the Southwest, but It Won’t Cure the Drought
Is It Time for You to Buy a Smartwatch?
No One Will Read Margaret Atwood’s Newest Work For 100 Years