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Police Testing Controversial Portable DNA Machine

For the last 10 months, Houston police have been testing a new mobile DNA machine called rapid DNA that runs tests in under two hours.

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Rise of the Robots: 8 Professions That Will Be Taken Over by AI Tech

As robots and artificial intelligence (AI) technology begin their takeover, more jobs will be taken away from humans, resulting in entire professions being supplanted by next level advances in modern technology.

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Seven Months Post Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico Hit With Island Wide Blackouts

Seven months after Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico, those on the island are struggling with blackouts once again. This latest power outage follows a series of outages in the months since Maria.

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If Male Sex Robots Rape Someone, Charge the Programmers, Not the Robots

With the proliferation of sex robots into the mainstream, new ethical questions are being raised.

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Facebook’s Facial Recognition Tool Faces Class Action Suit Over Mishandling Biometric Data

Facebook's misuse of their users' biometric information could potentially amount to billions of dollars in damages after a federal judge greenlighted an Illinois class action suit against the firm’s facial recognition feature.

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White House: The Rationale For War With Syria Is Top Secret

The White House has declined to comment on why they think they have the legal authority to strike Syria without congressional approval.  This comes as the Trump administration puts "all options on the table" and tries to decide how much damage to inflict on the war-torn nation. The White House has declined to comment on why they think they have the legal authority to strike Syria without congressional approval.  This comes as the Trump administration puts "all options on the table" and tries to decide how much damage to inflict on the war-torn nation.

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Russia Can Jam US Drones In Syria Seriously Affecting US Military Operations

Russians operating in Syria have now figured out how to jam drones used in the war-torn country by the United States.  At least four US officials have said that this new development has seriously affected US military operations in Syria.

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YouTube Illegally Collects Data on Children, Say Child Protection Groups

Google violates child protection laws by collecting data from, and advertising to, children under 13, according to a complaint lodged with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by a coalition of child protection and privacy groups.

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Apple Co-Founder Deletes His Facebook Page

"I am in the process of leaving Facebook. It's brought me more negatives than positives. Apple has more secure ways to share things about yourself. I can still deal with old school email and text messages."

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Facebook Scans Your Photos And Links You Send In Its Messenger App

Shockingly, Facebook has now admitted that it scans its users’ photos and links posted on the social media giant and will review text you send if something is flagged.

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