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  • Google: Tim Cook is wrong about us

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    Apple got it wrong -- Google is the safest place on the Web, the search giant's chairman says.

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    By Logan Whiteside
  • Facebook will loosen policy for drag queens

    Facebook

    Reuters

    Facebook issued an apology for its "real name" policy -- and announced that it will loosen restrictions for the drag community.

  • New streaming films, TV shows in October

    Netflix

    Courtesy Netflix

    Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and iTunes are adding titles to their streaming options in October.

    From horror films to documentaries and new episodes of beloved series, it's all here for your viewing pleasure with this month's schedule of releases:

    October 1

    Ne...

  • Vast majority of iPhone 6 buyers are rich, white men

    iPhone 6

    From Apple

    Who's buying the iPhone 6 so far? Mostly rich, white guys.

  • 'Twilight' lives again as a short film series on Facebook

    Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 Robert Pattinson Kristen Stewart

    Summit Entertainment

    Like its vampires, "Twilight" lives once more. This time, however, only on Facebook.

  • FBI: Hackers stole $100M of US military, Xbox tech

    Microsoft sign on building

    Floyd Yarmuth/CNN

    Federal officials have accused four men of hacking into computer networks of the U.S. military and Microsoft and stealing more than $100 million worth of software.

  • Could computers take over the boardroom?

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    iStock / DOConnell

    It's a common saying that one day all our jobs will be done by robots, but top executives may not have expected their position in the C-suite to be under threat so soon.

  • Microsoft introduces Windows 10

    Microsoft file

    Reuters image

    Meet the new and improved Windows. No, it's not Windows 9 -- Microsoft is going straight from Windows 8 to Windows 10.

  • Creator of spying app arrested

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    amphotora/iStock

    The creator of StealthGenie, a mobile app marketed as a tool for spying on cheating spouses and keeping tabs on children, has been arrested, according to federal authorities.

  • EBay spinning off PayPal as separate company

    PayPal

    From PayPal

    EBay is spinning off its online payment service PayPal as a separate company.

    The move, which has long been urged by some Wall Street analysts, was announced Tuesday. It is expected to take place in the second half of 2015.

    The news sent shares of eBa...

  • People are now bending iPhones in Apple Stores

    iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

    From Apple

    Curiosity takes people to some weird places sometimes. To find out whether the iPhone 6 Plus can actually bend, some are testing it out for themselves -- in Apple Stores.

  • Does Ello have what it takes to be the anti-Facebook?

    Ello

    From Ello.co

    In the past week, social network Ello gained much more traction than even its seven founders anticipated.

  • Facebook ads now showing up across the Web

    Facebook

    Reuters

    Facebook is expanding its advertising reach. The company launched a new line of business Monday that will display advertisements on sites across the Web on computers and mobile devices.

  • Apple iPhone 6 finally cleared for launch in China

    iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus

    Apple

    Apple has finally been granted regulatory approval by the Chinese government to sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

  • Hong Kong's young protesters use tech tactics

    Hong Kong protests

    CNN

    Armed with top-of-the-line phones on some of the world's fastest mobile networks, Hong Kong's young protesters are able to organize themselves at a lightning pace older generations of activists could have only dreamed of.

  • China censors Hong Kong protests

    Hong Kong protesters

    Tyrone Siu/Reuters

    News articles, social media posts and images about Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests are being heavily censored behind China notorious firewall.

    Chinese state-run news outlets have largely ignored the pro-democracy protests except for the same Xinhu...

  • New hack threatens payment cards at Albertsons

    Albertsons Generic

    Hackers tried to get payment card information using malware in Albertsons supermarkets and other stores, the company announced Monday.

  • How iPhone apps could affect your insurance

    Tim Cook with iPhone 6 Apple Watch

    Stephen Lam/Reuters

    The life insurance industry may have a new tool to help determine rates for customers: the iPhone.

    As part of Apple's new mobile operating system, developers can build apps that measure things like heart rate, sleep, weight and blood pressure. If user...

  • PayPal now lets shops accept Bitcoin

    Bitcoin

    John R. Coughlin/CNN Money

    PayPal, meet Bitcoin.

    This week, the payment processing company PayPal took its first venture into the world of all-digital money.

    Merchants that work with eBay's PayPal can now easily start accepting payments from customers that use Bitcoin, an indep...

  • Hello Ello (Peace out, Facebook!)

    Russian student with cell phone

    REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko

    Say hello to Ello, the ad-free social network capitalizing on the perception that it's the "anti-Facebook."

  • Apple fixes software bug in iPhone 6

    iOS 8 on iPhone

    From Apple

    Apple has released a revised version of its new iOS operating system to fix the bugs that have been plaguing some iPhone 6 users.

  • Under Steve Ballmer, LA Clippers bench the iPads

    Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

    REUTERS/Thomas Peter

    Coming soon to the LA Clippers' front office: Microsoft Office, courtesy of Steve Ballmer.

  • FBI worried about Apple, Google privacy efforts

    Computer user with mouse and keyboard

    iStock / DOConnell

    Apple and Google have won praise from privacy proponents for efforts to encrypt their latest smartphones in a way that would prevent law enforcement from accessing certain private data. The FBI, not so much.

  • Twitter reacts to Bill Simmons suspension

    Bill Simmons

    On Wednesday night, ESPN suspended columnist Bill Simmons for three weeks regarding comments he made concerning NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Many on Twitter did not agree with the decision.

  • 'Bash' bug could let hackers attack through a bulb

    Light bulb

    brianc/SXC

    Say hello to the bash bug, a lesson in why Internet-connected devices are inherently unsafe.

    Computer security researchers have discovered a flaw in the way many devices communicate over the Internet. At its most basic, it lets someone hack every devi...

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