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Pokemon Go players in Bosnia are being warned to avoid straying into areas still sown with landmines from the war in the 1990s. A Bosnian...

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Nintendo has finally launched Pokemon Go in Japan, the birthplace of the little virtual monsters. Amid a flurry of social media excitement, Niantic Labs, the...

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Nintendo shares have seen a stellar rise since the release of Pokemon Go, gaining more than 50%. Shares shot up 16% on July 13, making...

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NASA’s Juno probe has successfully arrived in Jupiter’s orbit. The satellite, which left Earth five years ago, had to fire a rocket engine to slow...

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The first death potentially caused by self-driving technology is now being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The driver of a Tesla...

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SpyStealth phone tracking software gives you the opportunity to track up to three devices, and what those devices are used for, giving you the...

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Futurologist guru Alvin Toffler has died at the age of 87. He was the author of 1970 Future Shock and other works predicting social, economic...

Dr. Web has reported that more than half a million Apple computers have been infected with the Flashback Trojan

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Once upon a time it sounded a novel idea, but cloud computing is anything but that in 2016. The term has proved to be confusing...

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Solar Impulse 2 has landed in Spain, completing the Atlantic leg of its historic bid to circumnavigate the globe. The landing in Seville marked the...

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The Solar Impulse 2 is set to cross the Atlantic, one of the toughest stages of its attempt to fly around the globe using...

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Do you love e-books and audiobooks, but hate the restrictions that come along with most of today’s streaming services? Are you tired of working...

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Lenovo has unveiled two smartphones – the phab2PRO and the moto Z. The phab2PRO uses special cameras to scan its surroundings. Its sensors allow it to...

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France has released a mobile phone app to alert the public in the event of a terrorist attack ahead of the Euro 2016 soccer...

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Facebook is changing to the way it runs its Trending Topics feed, following an internal investigation. The social network has announced more training for staff...

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Who would have thought that something as simple as copying data would create so much fuss and upheaval; but the confusion starts to make...

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Twitter will stop counting photos and links in its 140-character limit for tweets, according to a report from Bloomberg. The change could be made within...

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In recent years, we’ve gotten to a point where our day-to-day business operations would be a mess without technology. We’d be lost without smartphones,...

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Mercury has made a rare transit in front of the Sun, the third such pass of 14 the planet will make this century. The little...

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Craig Wright, who has claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, has reneged on a promise to present new "proof" to support his case. The...

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Chinese company Xintong Tiandi Technology which sells handbags and other leather goods can continue to use the name "iPhone" after Apple lost the trademark...

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Fiat Chrysler and Google have signed a deal to double the size of the tech giant's fleet of self-driving cars. The auto maker will supply...

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Solar Impulse has landed in Phoenix, Arizona, after ending the first leg across the continental United States in its attempt to fly around the...

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Craig Wright has publicly identified himself as digital cash system Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. The Australian entrepreneur’s admission ends years of speculation about who came...

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Roaming charges across the European Union are being capped starting with April 30, 2016. Thanks to the new roaming rules, the cost of making and...