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    • Artificial Intelligence Keeps IBM Atop 2016 Patent List

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    IBM's efforts to match and surpass the human brain with computing technology helped push the company to the top of the 2016 list of patent awards.

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    • Cloud-Computing Plan Could Help Adobe Lightroom Photographers

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    Microsoft's Office 365. Google's Gmail. Facebook's Messenger. These and other modern software products use a cloud-computing approach that lets you work anywhere with a network connection -- you can use your phone, your office PC, your friend's laptop that you borrow for 10 minutes.

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    • Firefox Maker Mozilla: We Don't Need Google's Money Anymore

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "Firefox Maker Mozilla: We Don't Need Google's Money Anymore" was published on November 25, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Artificial Intelligence Has a Big Year Ahead of It

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    In 2016, tech companies like Google, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft launched dozens of products and services powered by artificial intelligence. Next year will be all about the rest of the business world embracing AI.

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    • U.S. Government: Help Us Protect Computers From Quantum Hacking

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    The US government has begun asking for ideas about how to ensure quantum computers of the future won't be able to crack open secret files as easily as we crack open an egg today.

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    • Ivory Coast Adopts Unconventional Digital Address System

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    With a digital mapping service called What3words, residents of even the smallest, most rural village in the African nation of Ivory Coast now have an official address.

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    • Have a Verified Twitter Account? WikiLeaks Might Track You

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    In response to a concern that such a move could harm privacy, WikiLeaks responded, "No it is to develop a metric to understand influence networks based on proximity graphs" and proceeded to defend the idea with further tweets. Later in the evening, however, the original controversial tweet describing the idea was deleted.

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    • Newest Firefox Browser Bashes Crashes

    • By: Stephen Shankland
    • Narrated by: Mia Gaskin
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    Most folks using the browser on Windows will see 10 percent fewer crashes as Mozilla's Quantum project to revamp Firefox shows results.

    "Newest Firefox Browser Bashes Crashes" was published April 19, 2017 on CNET.com. It was written by  Stephen Shankland and narrated by Mia Gaskin.

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    • ​Pebble CEO: Soon, Most Watches Sold Will Have Computing Smarts

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "​Pebble CEO: Soon, Most Watches Sold Will Have Computing Smarts" was published on November 4, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Berlin Law Hobbles Airbnb Rental Business

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "​Berlin Law Hobbles Airbnb Rental Business" is from CNET.com, published on May 2, 2016. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Bitcoin's Technology Has a Surprising Fan: IBM

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "Bitcoin's Technology Has a Surprising Fan: IBM" is from CNET.com, published on August 14, 2016. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • ​Police Turn to Digital Bloodhounds in Modern-Day Manhunts

    • By: Laura Hautala, Stephen Shankland
    • Narrated by: Rex Anderson
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    "​Police Turn to Digital Bloodhounds in Modern-Day Manhunts" is from CNET.com, published on March 24, 2016. It was written by Laura Hautala and Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Why Yahoo Faded: The Internet Changed, but It Didn't

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "Why Yahoo Faded: The Internet Changed, but It Didn't" was published on December 9, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Terror in Paris Must Not Lead to Internet Clampdowns

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "Terror in Paris Must Not Lead to Internet Clampdowns" was published on December 24, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Adobe to Undo Lightroom Change after Customer Wrath

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "Adobe to Undo Lightroom Change after Customer Wrath" was published on October 17, 2015 on CNET.com. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • ​Google to Pay Arizonans $20 an Hour to Watch Self-Driving Cars Sit in Traffic

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    "​Google to Pay Arizonans $20 an Hour to Watch Self-Driving Cars Sit in Traffic" is from CNET.com, published on May 13, 2016. It was written by Stephen Shankland and narrated by Rex Anderson.

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    • Apple MacBook Pro Sales Already Set to Surpass 2015 MacBook

    • By: Stephen Shankland
    • Narrated by: Mia Gaskin
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    Apple's MacBook Pro, the company's newest model for power users, is generating vastly more revenue than the company's ultralight laptop that debuted a year and a half ago, an e-commerce tracking firm says.

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    • Google's Drone Reportedly Won't Deliver Your Starbucks Coffee

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    A Google drone might deliver your Chipotle burrito, but it looks like it won't deliver your Starbucks coffee.

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    • Mozilla Builds a Future Beyond Firefox by Buying Pocket

    • By: Stephen Shankland
    • Narrated by: Mia Gaskin
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    Company behind Firefox browser gets better foothold on mobile devices with acquisition of tool for saving and discovering online articles, video and other content.

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    • Another Samsung Battery Fire -- This Time at Its Factory

    • By: Stephen Shankland
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    For the last year, the problem has been Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 phone, which suffered fire-prone batteries in its initial run as well as in a round of replacement phones. But on Wednesday, its sister company Samsung SDI was hit by a minor fire involving faulty batteries. The batteries were among waste products that caught fire at a plant in Tianjin, China, according to Reuters, citing Samsung SDI and local fire authorities.

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