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Real estate giant First American left Social Security numbers, tax documents, and more publicly available.
Fruit and vegetables will stay fresh for up to three times longer thanks to a new 'natural and edible' coating approved by the EU Commission, hailed as a breakthrough against food waste
As a result of a compromised port, hackers could steal a wide range of data, including your texts, emails, photos and contacts, among other things.
Scientists say they have vastly improved duration limits on ultra-high-speed cameras fast enough to track pulses of light. New technology more than doubles previous iterations.
Apple pledges to notify users when iPhone updates will slow down their device in wake of batterygate
The tech giant signed an agreement this week with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), a UK watchdog, that it would be 'clearer and more upfront' with users in the future.
The 85 million American families that have pets are at a greater risk of developing IBS than are non-animal lovers, according to new East Tennessee State University research.
David Eun, president of Samsung’s innovation arm NEXT, says younger consumers are shifting towards experiences, not things. What does that mean for a company that makes devices?
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