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The fake accounts posted about LGBT pride, women's rights and black communities.
Microsoft had to pull the update after some users reported files getting deleted.
Zotye USA will be based in California, and it's now hunting for dealers.
A Falcon 9 will carry a spacecraft to boost communications for the "hams" among us.
The iPhone discounts are just getting underway.
The space agency continues to reach out to the clammed-up Opportunity after the skies have cleared.
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The device will use the company's new Infinity Flex Display and be available next year.
The prequel is coming to the US, Canada, UK and Australia this fall.
The app features a lineup of live game shows.
The heads of NXP and Ampere say it'd be impractical for China to insert spy chips into servers.
In the pre-Harry Potter sequel, fans will get to know young Dumbledore, but initial takes by critics aren't all that magical.
Traffic got rerouted Monday through ISPs in countries known for internet surveillance.
The vulnerability made it possible for an attacker to see what you've liked, who your friends are and what they've liked. Facebook says the flaw's been fixed.
Sobering satellite images show how the wildfires have torn across California.
The trippy space flick was the first virtual-reality experience to sell to a distributor for more than a million dollars.
What will you do when you don't have to drive?