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Google's artificial intelligence computer 'no longer constrained by limits of human knowledge'

The computer that stunned humanity by beating the best mortal players at a strategy board game requiring “intuition” has become even smarter, its creators claim. Even more startling, the updated version of

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Tech Q&A: Recovering from Equifax, improving passwords, throwing Google off your scent and more

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How to check if someone has read your email

You write an email. No reply. You send another email. No reply. You’re halfway through a third email and you stop. What happened to the first two? Junk folder? Were the messages just ignored?   In the 21

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Tech Q&A: Spy apps, email receipts, secret scanners and more

Nosy apps   Q: I think someone put a spy program on my phone. Are there programs that will secretly record and send my texts, pics and phone calls to another person? A Message from Dell EMC

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Facebook, Google, Twitter: How tech giants are involved in the Russia investigation

As congressional lawmakers investigate Russia’s role in the 2016 presidential election, they are looking at social media’s function in the spread of misinformation.   Representatives from Facebook

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Tech Q&A: Android Oreo, transferring VHS tapes, comparing prescription prices and more

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