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Photos to the cloud

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Naked celeb hack lesson: 'Delete' doesn't mean delete

The naked photo you took on your phone -- and deleted -- is still around, somewhere. That's the reality today because of how modern phones, tablets and laptops save your data. By default, photos and documents don't reside on your device alone.

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Gear 2 smartwatch

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Before the iWatch there was...

After years hovering in the vapor, little more than a dream for Apple fanatics everywhere, the elusive iWatch may be days away from becoming a reality. But it will hardly be the first smartwatch to hit the market.

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Wearable tech expected to take off

This new class of technology sits on your wrist, your neck, your ankle, even your face. Consumer Reports' electronics team expects wearable tech to take off and has been testing some of the latest gadgets.

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Expert offers tips to prevent iCloud hacking

Many iPhone users rely on their device as a digital scrapbook. So how can those users make sure their images aren't stolen from iCloud like some celebrities' were recently?

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Social media and relationships

Social media and relationships

Surprising trends indicate that many exes keep up with old relationships through social media.

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Magnetic levitation lamp

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Can levitating appliances be far off?

Ger Jansen is puzzling about how to fit a windshield. His problem is not installing it in a car, but hanging the glass in thin air and keeping it hovering for a prolonged display.

This is a fairly typical challenge for the Dutch engineer, who along…

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Mercedes asks Twitter to solve driver rivalry

Mercedes' Formula One team is facing a million dollar question -- and it has decided to ask the audience.

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Slow Comcast speeds were costing Netflix customers

Why did Netflix pay Comcast to stream its videos faster? Because Netflix was losing customers.

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Google Project Wing

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Google reveals secret drone delivery tests

Amazon is trying it. UPS has considered it. Ice fishermen in Minnesota used it to get beer. Yelp created one just for burritos. Google is the latest company to branch out into delivery by drone, it revealed Thursday.

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Holiday apps

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8 must-have travel apps

Whether you've got wanderlust or an airline grievance, here are some apps to pack onto your phone.

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