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The long-awaited -- and long-rumored -- successor to Canon's popular pro full-frame camera looks like it has all the essential modern capabilities for its class.
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"Even a single post can create so much damage, we felt we had a moral obligation to do something about it."
Nextdoor became a magnet for racial profiling. An update aims to reduce such incidents, but what responsibility does the community message board have to do so?
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When it comes to VR, bigger isn't always better.
Gear VR now connects with the Note 7. It's still pretty similar to what it was before, but it's also the best way to get VR on the go.
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This is not VR
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Do you know what your kids are actually up to online?
Technically Incorrect: A Microsoft-sponsored survey suggests teens think their parents have little awareness of their online activity. And less than a third of parents suspect their kids have secret online lives.
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The harassment campaign against Jones hits a new low.
The actor's website is reportedly compromised with hackers posting personal identification and private photos alongside racist commentary.
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+Ray Perviski yes, clearly she is partly to blame for this. *rolls eyes*
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"Life is short. Have a dedicated risk management process in place to protect personal information."
An investigation into the Ashley Madison hack finds that the site's owners "fell well short" of protecting customer privacy, but the 36 million members of the dating site probably already knew that.
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Never giving up on Rickrolling won't let Rick Astley down.
The singer whose 1980s video is at the heart of a recurring internet joke says he knows it's not personal.
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+nigel holmes - I say it! It's still a damn awesome song and I love Rickrolling!
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Magnets, how do they work?
Technically Incorrect: No one seems to know why Jamie Keeton's body is the way it is. But it's seemingly magnetic. So much so that he makes money out of it.
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Bottle and cans...just clap your hands...just clap your hands. Where it's at...I got two turntables and a microphone... #Beck
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That's America in the spotlight, losing its religion.
Technically Incorrect: A new Pew survey finds that those who say they have no religion tend to cite science as one of the main reasons.
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+Gabriel Walsh you didn't have a "point". You made a non-factual opinion. And, I said I am not "religious", either. 
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Some things just aren't meant to be.
The world's apparently largest aircraft crashed during a test flight in England. But all the internet could see was that it looks like a heinie.
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I like big butts when they can not fly? 
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Google's experimental Wi-Fi project hits the real world.
Starting today, Google Nexus users will be able to use key technology developed for Google's Project Fi Wi-Fi service on any carrier's network.
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I don't see the option
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It could be years until we know for sure if Proxima b supports life, but the potential is there!
A planet that could be Earth's cousin is circling the nearest star beyond our sun. Could Proxima b also host cousins of a different sort?
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Is there a proof? Have NASA found any life form in any planets until now?! 😒😒Noo!!
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