Weekly Round-Up: Top 5 News Stories of the Week

Sweden’s Six-Hour Workday Turns Out to be Too Expensive Sweden recently experimented with an idea that

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Bitcoin Value Soars Above $1000 – Thanks to China

Bitcoin is once again popular. The cryptocurrency started the New Year with a bang, and rose to a two-year high on

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Foxconn Is Automating: What Will Be the Fate of Its Chinese Workers?

The strength of robots is that they know what to do with no human hand involved. Taiwanese multinational

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Yearly Round-Up: The News Stories that Made 2016

    The United Kingdom Voted on Leaving the European Union Amid the refugee crisis,

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Amazon Vs. The Arkansas Police: Is Privacy the Price of Justice?

Is justice more important than privacy? The police department in Bentonville, Arkansas thinks it is, but tech

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Drop Dead Gorgeous: Britney Spears Victimized by Sony Twitter Hack

No one likes to be told what to do, especially when it comes to online activity. But when the rules of the

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Industry and Academy Join Forces: Apple Publishes First Paper on AI

Becoming a researcher for a company like Apple is a dream job for many. But, how can one decide where to go once

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Weekly Round-Up: Top 5 News Stories of the Week

Morgan Freeman is the Voice of Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence When Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg,

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Twitter’s Brain Drain Seems Unstoppable

The popular social media company, Twitter, experiences yet another blow to its stability as another key position

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Obama Bans Oil Drilling in Vast Parts of the Arctic and the Atlantic

Whether laws are always created for a justified reason or not – once a law is out there, it tends to have a life

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Will Facebook’s New Color Feature Make You Post?

Since Facebook was founded, back in 2004, the company always knew what to do to keep its users on their toes. Many

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Better Late than Never: Google Maps is Now Wheelchair-Friendly

Looking for places with wheelchair access, and having difficulty finding where to go? Google Maps' new feature now

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Yahoo’s Breach Challenges the Notion of “No Press is Bad Press”

You know what they say in the advertising business: There’s no such thing as bad publicity. However, Yahoo Inc.

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Weekly Round-Up: Top 5 News Stories of the Week

Uber Launches Self-Driving Cars in San Francisco Despite DMV Orders Uber refuses to let California regulators

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“Google Self-Driving Car” Too Much of a Mouthful? Say Waymo Instead

The dream of a car that knows where to go, and gets there on its own may be just around the corner. Google’s

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Google Signs a Deal with Cuba for Local Data-Storage

Google definitely knows what to do to enhance the global distribution of its services. The technology company

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Weekly Round-Up: Top 5 News Stories of the Week

  Photo by: Amazon.com Amazon Introduces a Fully-Automated Grocery Store More and more people are

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The Future Looks Green for Google

It appears that Google is going all-green this upcoming year. The announcement, posted in the Alphabet Inc. owned

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Weekly Round-Up: Top 5 News Stories of the Week

Have you ever dreamed of flying battle drones on your own? Or imagined yourself listening to Nickelback as a

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Speculations Thrive as OPEC Meets to Debate a Group Cut in Crude Prices

Time flies when OPEC pettily disagrees over crude oil production. It seems like it’s only been a few days since

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