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Man Hacks Into Baby Monitor

A nanny is terrified to learn someone hacked into baby monitor camera and watched her every move. KPRC's Phil Archer reports.

Instagram for a Cause: Movement to Feed Homeless

HashtagLunchbag, a movement that began with a few brown-bag lunches for the homeless on Skid Row, has spread to 100 cities and five continents.

It's Official: Apple Watch Will Ship in April

Chief Executive Tim Cook announced the timing as part of the company's holiday quarter earnings call.

Lawmakers: Should Social Media Ban Terrorist Posts?

Lawmakers and policy experts discussed whether social media sites should be held responsible when terrorists use them.

Yahoo to Spin Off Its Remaining Stake in Alibaba

A newly formed entity called SpinCo will inherit ownership of Yahoo's remaining 384 million shares in the Chinese ecommerce giant.

Pay Attention! Your Car May Be Watching You

The next wave of technology designed to keep drivers from getting distracted or dozing off could soon be watching you behind the wheel.

Forget Your Keys? Use Your Phone Instead With 'Bolt'

If you're forgetful, Lockitron's smart Bolt door lock might be a good backup plan for when you leave your keys in the office or a cab.

Apple Sells Record 74.5 Million iPhones in Three Months

Apple had another blowout quarter thanks to its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which helped the company smash sales records for the holiday season.

Hackers Infiltrating Your Cellphone? It Could Happen

These days, it's the norm to protect your home computer from malware. But what are you doing to protect your cellphone?

Obama: Drones Need to Be Better Regulated

One day after a small drone drifted onto White House property, President Obama told CNN that the US needs to do more to regulate drone use.

Driverless Cars Get Green Light on German Autobahn

Prototypes of driverless cars are set to get the go-ahead on a stretch of Germany's busy A9 autobahn.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown: Social Sites Suffer Outage

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

#ThingsIDidWhenFacebookWasDown

Facebook and Facebook-owned Instagram were both down between Tuesday between about 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. ET.

Snow Letdown: How Do Weather Forecasts Go Wrong?

New York City was expecting a massive amount of snow, but it never materialized.

Outage Leaves Millions Without Facebook, Instagram

Facebook and Instagram suffered an outage Tuesday, affecting users in the United States, Asia, Australia and Europe.

Facebook, Instagram Down for Millions of Users Worldwide

Facebook and Instagram suffered an outage Tuesday, affecting users in the United States, Asia, Australia and Europe.

Facebook's Oculus to Make Virtual Reality Movies

Oculus VR is tapping talent from both Pixar and the video gaming world for its new in-house movie studio.

Blizzard 2015: 8 Apps to Keep You Safe and Informed

The Northeast is bearing down for what could be a historic storm, with 60 million people under a winter weather alert as of midday Monday.

The Super Bowl, Beer and Cellphones Don't Mix

Seahawks fans are 11 percent more likely to fumble the phone more than Patriots fans.

Turkish Court Orders Facebook Pages Blocked

The court also threatened to block access to Facebook as a whole, if its order isn't implemented.

'Facebook Lite' App Targets Users in Sudan, Sri Lanka

Facebook has quietly launched a stripped-down version of its mobile app, aimed at emerging market users with low-end mobile devices.

How the White House Could Protect Itself from Drones

The Secret Service discovered a drone inside the White House grounds early Monday morning after it had landed in a tree.

'404 - Plane Not Found': Lizard Squad Hacks Malaysia Airlines

he website of Malaysia Airlines was hacked Monday by a group that proclaimed support for ISIS and also vowed to release data stolen from the site.

Beautiful Celebrity Portraits Are Made Entirely of Emoji

Texting with smiley faces, balloons and women dancing in dresses can spice up a conversation, but rapper Yung Jake has elevated emoji to an art form.

Filmmakers Blur Lines with Virtual Reality at Sundance

This year's conclave of independent films in Park City, Utah, is devoting its New Frontier showcase to virtual reality film with 11 works.

Sony: 'Critical' Systems Won't Be Back Until February

Sony still hasn't recovered from the massive cyberattack that leaked massive amounts of internal company information onto the open Internet.

New Saudi King Takes Throne, Updates Twitter Profile

Salman bin Abdul-Aziz, Saudi Arabia's new king, tweeted a message to his 1.3 million followers following the death of his half-brother King Abdullah.

World Leaders Mourn King Abdullah on Twitter

The leaders of countries worldwide have have taken to social media to express their condolences after the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah.

Japanese Twitter Users Mock ISIS With Internet Meme

Japanese Twitter users are facing their country's hostage crisis by mocking ISIS with a nationwide photoshop battle.


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