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Future Coders Get a Peek Behind the Curtain at Warner Bros. Studios

Warner Bros. Studios recently hosted 30 middle school girls from STEAM:CODERS, a nonprofit that works with schools and communities in low-income areas. We tagged along for a day of workshops on

AR Trial Wants to Give Juvenile Offenders a 'Second Chance'

USC's Dr. Skip Rizzo has used virtual and augmented reality to help veterans, those with autism, and adults emerging from the criminal justice system better cope with day-to-day life. His latest

Microsoft to End Windows 10 Mobile OS Support in December

Once the support ends, Windows 10 phones will no longer receive security patches or fixes. However, Microsoft has a tip for people still on the operating system: Go buy an iPhone or Android handset.

'Collection #1' Breach Is Huge, But Should You Be Worried?

The dealer behind the Collection #1 data dump has been circulating six other databases with almost 1TB of data. But opinions vary on whether they contain data from previously reported hacks or newly

Nintendo Switch vs. PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox One: Top Game Consoles Duke It Out

We're several years into the epic console wars, with Sony and Microsoft's gaming powerhouses offering up to 4K graphics and Nintendo's latest contender delivering impressive flexibility. Which one is

Verizon Making Spam, Robocalling Features Free for All Customers

Verizon will offer its spam and robocalling protection features to all customers for free, starting in March. The tools will be available to all Verizon customers with compatible smartphones,

Germany Considering a Ban on Huawei's 5G Technology

Germany is the latest country to back away from Huawei over fears that trade secrets will end up in the hands of Chinese government officials. Huawei denies any wrongdoing, but Germany still doesn't

Amazon's Robotic Tech Vest Protects Humans From Robots

When the robots do finally turn on us, Amazon's remaining human workforce may be the only ones left standing due to the protective vests they'll soon all wear. Unless, or course, the robots have bear

Stanford University Launches a Streaming TV Service (for Science)

A research team at Stanford University launched the Puffer streaming service in a bid to improve video streaming algorithms. While live, a computer will be taught how to design new algorithms to

Prepare for 'Alita: Battle Angel' With This Escape Room-Like Experience

If you're into game nights, strategy quests, and escape rooms, Passport to Iron City is the event for you. It's coming to LA, NYC, and Austin next week as a promotion for Alita: Battle Angel, a new

Satya Nadella Hints at Microsoft 365 for Consumers

During a press event this week, CEO Satya Nadella also said Microsoft is no longer viewing Cortana as a competitor to Alexa or Google Assistant.

Unsealed Docs Will Detail How Facebook Made Money Off Children

The documents relate to a 2012 class action lawsuit brought against the social network after minors racked up thousands of dollars on credit cards and parents were denied refunds for unauthorized

Amazon's Facial Recognition Tech Collides With Shareholder Protest

Whether Amazon can sell its controversial facial recognition technology to government groups and police departments may be determined by a shareholders' vote later this spring.

How to Photograph a Total Lunar Eclipse

A total lunar eclipse is well worth going out of your way to watch and photograph, and this weekend, North America has a ringside seat to one. With a little preparation, you can get good pictures

Can Apple Watch Prevent Strokes? New Study Aims to Find Out

Johnson & Johnson is partnering with Apple to study whether the wearable's irregular rhythm notifications and ECG app can help accelerate the diagnosis of atrial fibrillation.

Google Buys Up Smartwatch Tech from Fossil Group for $40M

Google hasn't elaborated on how it'll use Fossil Group's smartwatch technology. But as part of the deal, Fossil is transferring a portion of the company's R&D team over to Google.

The Best Super Bowl TV Deals

We collected the best deals on TVs ranging in size from 50 to 75 inches, and threw in some bargains on projectors for those with wall space to spare.

Tim Cook: FTC Needs to Make It Easy to Delete Your Online Data

Apple's CEO calls on the US Federal Trade Commission to set up a 'data-broker clearinghouse,' where consumers can track and delete the information companies have mined from their internet activities.

Deals: PowerEdge T30, 65-Inch Seiki 4K TV, Eufy RoboVac 12

Don't miss these TV deals from Walmart and Dell. Plus, a sweet PowerEdge T30 deal is back for a limited time.

Mastercard Bans Automatic Billing After Free Trials

The credit card company now requires merchants to get a cardholder's approval, via text or email, at the end of a trial before they start billing.