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Facebook's Zuckerberg developed a fraudulent scheme to 'weaponize' data, lawsuit alleges

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg developed a “malicious and fraudulent scheme” to misuse a huge amount of

Bowery Farming is growing crops in warehouses to create food like customized kale

A start-up called Bowery Farming is putting an urban twist on agriculture, raising leafy greens and

US seeks to seize control of hundreds of thousands of infected devices from hackers

The U.S. government said late on Wednesday that it would seek to wrestle hundreds of thousands

Trump can't block Twitter users over their political views, NY federal judge says

A New York federal judge has ruled that President Donald Trump cannot block Twitter users for

Apple reveals new privacy controls for iPhone and Mac users

An Apple sales associate speaks with a customer waiting to purchase a new iPhone X in

VIRAL: 3-foot snake slithers out of 'terrified' man's cereal box and into dishwasher

A man wasn’t expecting to have "corn snakes" for breakfast Saturday morning — but that’s exactly

Lawyer who ranted against Spanish speakers in New York issues online apology

The New York lawyer who was caught on video last Wednesday ranting against Spanish-speaking restaurant workers

Will Amazon's facial-recognition tech enable mass surveillance?

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos laughs as he talks to the media while touring the

Google search bug identifies rape victims in prominent cases

Google is under fire because the identify of rape victims can be determined in its search

SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell hopes her work inspires women to join space companies

Gwynne Shotwell was a teenager when she met a woman working as a mechanical engineer.