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FAA says 'no' to drones at Super Bowl

Headed to the Super Bowl this weekend? Bring your money, foam finger and tickets -- heck, even bring your face paint -- but please leave your drone at home.

At least that's what the Federal Aviation Administration wants.

The FAA released a 15-second…

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Cyber crime predictions for 2015

Experts warn that hackers are getting more sophisticated and predict they'll go after even bigger targets in 2015.

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Bill Gates reveals his only regret

Bill Gates has made his mark on the world. So what does he regret?

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74.5 million iPhones is ...

Apple had a record-setting quarter during the last three months of 2014, posting the biggest corporate profit for any company in history.

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Facebook, Instagram go down, get back up

For about an hour this morning, humans across the world were briefly forced to interact with each other in person.

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Sharing streaming media passwords

Netflix, HBO GO and other streaming services let you watch all the movies and TV shows you want whenever you want. But it’s easy to get someone else’s password and log on for free. A surprising number of people do. Consumer Reports looks at the ins…

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Brooklyn boy's viral image pays tribute to principal

It took about 45 minutes for an online campaign to raise $100,000 this week, the start of an initiative that has grown beyond its original goal of funding a class trip to Harvard.

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Apple just posted the best quarter in corporate history

Apple posted the biggest profit in corporate history last quarter after selling a record number of iPhones.

Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones in the last three months. That helped Apple's profit soar more than 37% to $18 billion. That's larger than…

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The world's most Wi-Fi-connected airlines

Remember the days when flying long distance meant at least nine guaranteed hours offline?

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Microsoft sales soar for all its non-Windows products

Microsoft sales are growing for just about every product it makes ... except for Windows.

A couple years ago, that would have caused a panic -- Windows has been Microsoft's cash cow since 1985. In 2015, Microsoft isn't sweating it too much.…

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