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Plugging in this date will permanently crash your iPhone

Your iPhone really hates the date January 1, 1970. It hates it so much that it will permanently crash if you change your iPhone's time settings to that date.

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James Woods can sue Twitter user for calling him cocaine addict

Actor James Woods will be allowed to bring a $10 million defamation lawsuit against an anonymous Twitter user who called him a "cocaine addict."

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FBI, British police nab alleged 'crackas' hacker

The FBI and British police think they finally cracked the case of "Crackas with Attitude."

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US blames Russia for Ukraine grid attack

Russia was behind a December cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid that caused widespread power outages, a senior Obama administration official said Thursday.

Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, deputy Energy Secretary, made the comments to a gathering of ele...

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Gravitational wave discovery excites scientists

Einstein was right.

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Les Moonves says talks with Apple have stopped

Last year, CBS CEO Les Moonves was bullish about his company's talks with Apple about a possible game-changer in TV.

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How Silicon Valley is dealing with mental illness

It was less than a year ago that Adrienne Heinz lost her brother, Austen, who committed suicide after a lifelong battle with depression.

Twitter and Google ban Terrorist groups from their sites

Twitter and Google ban Terrorist groups from their sites

Twitter and Google have started a social war with Isis. The social media outlets have been popular for terrorists to recruit, radicalize and raise money.

Twitter has already shut down 125,000 accounts since January 2015 and at least 46,000 of those twitter accounts were used by Isis supporters.

Twitter released in a statement "We have increased the size of the teams that review reports, reducing…

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The Twitter disaster shows no signs of letting up

It's hard for the small core of Twitter addicts to accept, but Twitter just isn't popular enough to be successful.

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The zombie apocalypse will void Amazon's terms of service

Don't worry: Amazon's new terms of service won't apply if zombies attack.

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