Technology

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MIT's Flea Market Specializes in Rare, Obscure Electronics

By Collin Binkley | Sep 29
Once a month in the summer, a small parking lot on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus transforms into a high-tech flea market known for its outlandish offerings.

Amy Schumer Most Dangerous Celebrity Online

Sep 28
Amy Schumer is the most dangerous celebrity on the internet - and not just because of her no-holds-barred personality.

NY Senator: Wireless Emergency Alerts Must Include Photos

By Michael Belsamo | Sep 28
Sen. Charles Schumer argues the Wireless Emergency System is using outdated infrastructure and is in desperate need of an upgrade.

Snapchat Debuts Recording 'Spectacles,' Changes Company Name

Sep 28
Social media app Snapchat is introducing video-recording glasses called Spectacles and is changing its company name to incorporate the new product.

Exploring Your Fantasies Through Online Dating

Sep 27
Every person has many different sides to their personality, especially when it comes to relationships. Now you can safely explore all your personal facets of love and desire.

Norwegians Now Can Change Genders Legally With a Mouse Click

By Mark Lewis | Sep 27
Ten-year-old Anna Thulin-Myge's passport shows what looks like an ordinary Norwegian girl wearing her long, blond hair fastened with a clip. It lists her first name as Anna, but under sex it says "M."

UPS Testing Drones for Use In Its Package Delivery System

By Rodrique Ngowi | Sep 27
UPS has partnered with robot-maker CyPhy Works to test the use of drones to make commercial deliveries to remote or difficult-to-access locations.

LinkedIn Adding New Training Features, News Feeds and 'Bots'

By Brandon Bailey | Sep 27
LinkedIn wants to become more useful to workers by adding personalized news feeds, helpful messaging "bots" and recommendations for online training courses.

How to Stream the High-Stakes Presidential Debates

By Barbara Ortutay | Sep 26
Television viewership for Monday's presidential debate is expected to be high, but you don't need a television to watch.

Hand-Delivered Hacking: Malicious USBs Left in Mailboxes

By Raphael Satter | Sep 26
There are signs that cybercriminals are experimenting with hand-delivery of malware to people's homes.

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