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Your latest selfie might reveal more about what's going on in your community or country than what's going on with your hair today.
In times past, if your favorite TV character was about to get married or have a baby, there was a good chance it would happen in February, May or November, because those were Sweeps Week periods. What are the Sweeps, and are they still relevant?
Flying cars! Colonies on Mars! Yes, science fiction has gotten a lot of predictions wrong. But what's remarkable is how much it got right.
Amazon's jumped into the smartphone market with a device that's loaded with bells and whistles. But does the Fire phone pose a threat to privacy? And is it just geared to making us buy more things from Amazon?
Can selfies predict moods?
How Sweeps Week Works
Does scifi predict tech innovations?
How the Amazon Fire Phone Works
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- Computer Peripherals
- Computer Security
- Computer Software
As the famous cartoon has it, "On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog." Online fraud is one of the fastest-growing crimes -- so how can you protect yourself?
Microsoft is a software company. It makes money by selling its software for use on computers. That's an accurate summary, but it doesn't tell anywhere near the whole story. Microsoft rules the world, but just what does it do, anyway?