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What to know about China's Huawei — and its battle with the U.S.

What to know about China's Huawei — and its battle with the U.S.

The U.S. government accuses the Chinese tech giant of corporate espionage; American courts are set to weigh in
5G explained: How it works and when we'll have it

5G explained: How it works and when we'll have it

The next generation of wireless technology will revolutionize how we use mobile devices, but it’s also fraught with technical challenges and won’t be ready for primetime anytime soon
What parents should know before sharing about your kids online

What parents should know before sharing about your kids online

The Atlantic reports a child's online footprint can begin before they are even born. It starts when parents upload sonograms to social media. By the age of two, 92 percent of toddlers have their own
Why Priscilla Chan wants to teach inmates how to code

Why Priscilla Chan wants to teach inmates how to code

An innovative computer coding program is part of the effort to break the cycle of mass incarceration in the U.S. Priscilla Chan, the co-founder of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and wife of Facebook
Battle royale in online games: "Apex Legends" smashes "Fortnite"

Battle royale in online games: "Apex Legends" smashes "Fortnite"

"Fortnite" is no longer the record holder for game downloads and viewership, with EA's "Apex Legends" charging ahead
It's Samsung's turn to reveal its newest smartphone lineup

It's Samsung's turn to reveal its newest smartphone lineup

The question looming over its high-profile launch event: Will the new models and features be enough to boost sales?
Huawei founder says he would defy Chinese law on intel gathering

Huawei founder says he would defy Chinese law on intel gathering

Chinese company is the largest seller of telecommunications equipment in the world
Flight hits 801 mph thanks to record-breaking jet stream

Flight hits 801 mph thanks to record-breaking jet stream

The river of air 35,000 feet above the NYC area, known as the jet stream, clocked in at a blazing 231 mph, blowing away a 1957 record
Scientists discover 300,000 new galaxies

Scientists discover 300,000 new galaxies

200 scientists from 18 countries have revealed hundreds of thousands of previously undetected galaxies
Scientist who popularized term "global warming" dies at 87

Scientist who popularized term "global warming" dies at 87

Longtime Columbia University professor and researcher Wallace Broecker was known as the "grandfather of climate science"
"Snow moon" 2019 will be this year's brightest "supermoon"

"Snow moon" 2019 will be this year's brightest "supermoon"

All 3 of this year's supermoons fall between January and March; here's how to get the best views of this one
U.K. lawmakers accuse Facebook of knowingly violating privacy laws

U.K. lawmakers accuse Facebook of knowingly violating privacy laws

A report by the British Parliament calls Facebook and its executives "digital gangsters," and says an 18-month investigation finds the company knowingly violated privacy and competition laws. Jennifer
Amazon wants half of shipments to be carbon neutral by 2030

Amazon wants half of shipments to be carbon neutral by 2030

Ecommerce giant has faced criticism for not doing enough in the fight against climate change
Misinformation online helps fuel measles outbreak

Misinformation online helps fuel measles outbreak

Tech companies like Facebook and Google are being criticized for the role false medical information may have played in the ongoing measles outbreak in the Pacific Northwest​
Black snow falls from the sky in Siberia, and it's toxic

Black snow falls from the sky in Siberia, and it's toxic

A pall of eerie black snow covered several towns in the Siberian region of Kuzbass, home to 2.6 million people and one of the world's largest coal fields
Twitter, Snap CEOs to be invited to international "fake news" hearing

Twitter, Snap CEOs to be invited to international "fake news" hearing

They're on a list that includes a dozen of the world's most powerful tech leaders, including Apple's Tim Cook, and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook "misled" Parliament on data misuse, U.K. committee says

Facebook "misled" Parliament on data misuse, U.K. committee says

CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously said the company learned of the breach from journalists, but a new report questions that
Why New York City and Amazon will be just fine without each other

Why New York City and Amazon will be just fine without each other

On Thursday, e-commerce giant Amazon announced it was canceling its plans to build a new headquarters in New York City. While many welcomed the project, it also generated fierce local opposition.
Will Hunt on what he's learned from exploring the subterranean world

Will Hunt on what he's learned from exploring the subterranean world

Will Hunt has a passion for exploring the subterranean world – from sewers to subway tunnels and even abandoned mineshafts. He’s detailed those adventures in his debut non-fiction book "Underground: A
Amazon threatens Philadelphia over plan to ban cashless stores

Amazon threatens Philadelphia over plan to ban cashless stores

Bill that would require businesses in the city to accept accept cash could derail Amazon Go expansion