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A congresswoman who’s combatting ‘swatting’ just got swatted herself

Congresswoman Katherine Clark is now living proof of the premise that no good deed goes unpunished. The politician, who has championed legislation that would make "swatting" a federal crime, has now fallen victim to the practice herself.
Web

Study says Amazon deliveries are taking longer for those who don’t have Prime

Have your deliveries from Amazon seemed to be taking longer lately? It might not be your imagination. A new study shows that Amazon deliveries are taking longer for those who aren't members of its $99-per-year Prime service.
Social Media

Update: Fine Brothers shut ‘React World’ licensing deal, apologize to fans

The ongoing backlash to the Fine Brothers' 'React World' licensing deal has forced the YouTube stars to put an end to the program. Since the initiative's launch last week, the Fine Brothers Entertainment channel has lost over…
Web

Gmail joins the billion users club

Google announced Monday that Gmail now has a billion monthly active users. Launched 12 years ago, the online tool has for a while been the world's most popular Web-based email service, beating out rivals such as Hotmail (now Outlook.com)…
Photography

This printer searches Instagram for your #hashtag, then prints out free photos

The next time you hold a big party or attend a cool event, this fun Instagram printer -- which prints out free photos when you use a special hashtag -- could be the center of attention.
Computing

Material Design is coming to Chrome, here’s how to try it out

Google is bringing Material Design, its signature look for Android and mobile apps, to the desktop version of Chrome. Here's how you can get a preview.
Photography

A fake picture won Nikon’s photography contest, and the Internet had a field day

Chay Yu Wei's striking shot of a plane passing overhead won him a prize from Nikon, however, the image was soon exposed for being nothing more than a badly edited fake. Still, the error was worth it for the humorous responses from the Web…
Web

Microsoft Edge’s incognito mode isn’t so incognito

Microsoft's latest Web browser saves users' Web browsing history while they're in incognito mode, defeating the entire purpose of the feature. The company has said that it is aware of the issue and that is looking into the issue.
Cool Tech

Google is testing drones for 5G Internet delivery

Google is going to great heights for Internet. In a new initiative known as Project Skybender, the Silicon Valley giant is looking into employing solar-powered drones to beam down 5G Internet.
Web

Google Fiber Phone may soon be a thing

Thanks to a new service from Google Fiber, the antiquated home phone may be coming into the 21st century. In what looks to be a small-scale experiment of a potentially larger program, Google is offering select customers "Google Fiber…
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: iPhone sales slow, Google beats Go, Bill Nye wants electric NASCAR

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
Movies & TV

Watch Neil deGrasse Tyson explain once and for all that the Earth is not flat

In a phenomenon that reads more like a bad sitcom joke than a serious theory advanced by people who were born after. you know, Pythagoras, there is a new "flat Earth truther" movement going around. Neil deGrasse Tyson sets them…