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FCC may slap $13 million to a man for making 6,000 robocalls

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s take on robocalling is that its illegal and the organization fines culprits and perpetrators of the heinous crime. Though these operations usually involve shady companies, the FCC's latest proposed action targets a single individual. On...
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Microsoft releases Windows 10X dual-screen emulator

The surface Duo and Neo Microsoft showed off at its event last fall was a surprise to everyone. It...
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All Nest accounts will require extra sign-in security this spring

Google is stepping up the security of its Nest smart home devices. The company has announced that it will require email-based two-factor authentication for...

US DOT approves Nuro’s next-gen driverless delivery vehicle design

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today approved a regulatory exemption for a driverless vehicle. Driverless vehicle...

Twitter’s new reply layout for iOS makes conversations easier to follow

Popular Twitter feeds can be a little overwhelming to follow. Twitter today Saturday announced a makeover of the conversations section of the twitter layout. "We’ve...

IBM CEO Virginia Rometty is retiring

She doesn't come up on tech news often but IBM CEO Virginia Rometty is one of the most prominent female leaders in tech with...