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CentCom's Twitter Feed, YouTube Channel Hacked

The hackers then put out Islamic State propaganda and published what they purported was a phone list of retired U.S. generals.
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Ford's New Aluminum F-150, VW Golf Take Top Detroit Auto Show Honors

Also notable was the unveiling of General Motors' all-electric Chevrolet Bolt concept car, which seems a clear rival to the Tesla.
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Your Online Avatar May Reveal More About You Than You'd Think

Even if your avatar for games and social media doesn't look at all like you, it still says a lot about your personality, a study finds. Want to look friendly? Skip the shades; wear a sweater.
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Meet The Classroom Of The Future

When a computer runs a classroom, is it more efficient? Do kids learn more? A middle school in New York is finding out.
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Protecting Yourself From Cyberattacks In the New Year

Last year was the worst year ever for cyber attacks. NPR's Arun Rath talks to Kurt Stammberger of the Norse Corporation about how his company tracks such attacks and what we can do about protecting ourselves.
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If A Smart Stove Could Suggest Recipes, Would You Buy It?

Tech companies are lining up to sell us "smart" things that learn what we might want and give it to us before we ask. But so far consumers seem wary, in part because of privacy concerns.
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New Streaming Services Are Changing TV — And Viewers, Too

Streaming services like Netflix and the DISH Network's new Sling TV are helping consumers break free of cable subscriptions. That means TV shows must find new ways to connect with their viewers.
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Forget Wearable Tech. People Really Want Better Batteries.

The Consumer Electronics Show has wrapped up its showcase of the latest in high-tech gizmos. But according to a survey from Fortune magazine, many Americans have a simpler wish: longer battery life.
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In Vegas, Intel Hopes A Smart Idea Takes Flight

Chipmaker Intel made Silicon Valley possible. But now the company is searching for a new identity — and business stream. As consumers abandon PCs, the CEO is looking toward an untested area.
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Look Out, This Poker-Playing Computer Is Unbeatable

Forget chess. Poker may be even harder for a computer. But a software program has now "solved" a variant of Texas Hold'em, the bot's creators say. And nothing can keep it from winning.

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