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Will The Next Iphone Charge Wirelessly?

You may never have to plug in your iPhone again.

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What's At Stake In The H-1B Debate: India's Tech Industry By The Numbers

President Trump's travel ban may have run into stiff opposition at home. But it's what he may do next on immigration that is making a country of 1.3 billion people on the other side of the globe very nervous.

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The Muay Thai Brand Using Social Media To Take The Fight To Its Rivals

Social media is bringing new attention to the centuries-old martial art of Muay Thai kickboxing.

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Amazon's Delivery Drones May Drop Packages Via Parachute

Amazon has said its drones are coming soon -- but don't necessarily expect them to land in your yard.

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Facebook Is Coming To A TV Near You

Facebook started on desktop computers and fought its way onto smartphones. Now it wants to own your television too.

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New Dating App Ditches Swiping, Requires Phone Call To Connect

Dating in the digital age is getting less, well, digital.

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Toshiba Shares Slide After It Says Could Sell More Of Chip Business

Pic: ReutersShares in Toshiba Corp (6502.T) tumbled on Wednesday after the conglomerate said it would book a $6.3 billion hit to its U.S. nuclear unit and may sell more of its prized flash-memory chip business than planned to urgently raise funds.

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Facebook Launches App For Watching Its Videos On TV

Pic: ReutersFacebook Inc is launching an app for smart TVs that will help the social network's users enjoy its videos on a bigger screen.

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Samsung Elec Shares Down As Prosecution Seeks Arrest Of Samsung Chief

Pic: ReutersSamsung Electronics (005930.KS) shares fell for a fourth consecutive session on Wednesday, after South Korean special prosecutors said they would seek a warrant to arrest Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee as part of a corruption probe.

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Another Expert Joins Stephen Hawking And Elon Musk In Warning About The Dangers Of AI

In 2012, Michael Vassar became the chief science officer of MetaMed Research, which he co-founded, and prior to that, he served as the president of the Machine Intelligence Research Institute. Clearly, he knows a thing or two about artificial intelligence (AI), and now, he has come out with a stark warning for humanity when it comes to the development of artificial super-intelligence.

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