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Fake Mother's Day coupon is circulating on Facebook
A scam has gone viral across Facebook claiming that the Lowe's Home Improvement store is offering a $50 or $100 coupon.
Startup Kitty Hawk backed by Google's Larry Page reveals flying car prototype
Kitty Hawk -- a Silicon-Valley startup named for the Wright Brothers' first controlled flight and backed by Google co-founder Larry Page -- today released the prototype for its first flying car . The ultralight, one-seater aircraft is "safe, tested, and legal to operate in the United States in
Bose accused of tracking and sharing users' personal information without their knowledge.
A new lawsuit alleges the electronics company collects users' music and audio choices through its Bose Connect app.
Facebook launches stand-alone TV app to compete with YouTube
In today's tech bikes FaceBook is looking to go head to head with YouTube the social media giant is planning to release a standalone TV app. The apple allow users to watch videos from their friends and their liked pages it'll also recommend videos based on those already viewed. For an erection and
Alleged Imposter Doctor Infiltrates Boston Hospital
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Vizio Accused of Collecting Data on Customers
The tech company is allegedly collecting personal information through its Smart TV software.
SXSW 2015: 5 Standout Moments in Technology
After five days of fun, the interactive portion of South by Southwest has come to an end. As the barbecue and beer bender winds down for techies at SXSW , here's a look back at five standout and downright cool moments from the interactive portion of this year's festival in Austin, Texas. Google's
SXSW 2015: AeroMobil Shows Off Flying Car
In the future, road trips may be a relic of the past as people take to the skies in their flying cars. AeroMobil showed off its flying car prototype at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, where the company's CEO Juraj Vaculik said he hopes to get it in the hands of wealthy supercar buyers as early
How Bedtimes Compare Across America
Jawbone's survey found city-dwellers get less sleep than those from suburban and rural areas.