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    Microsoft has a solution for the familiar problem of needing to remember too many passwords: doing away with them altogether.
     
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    A SpaceX rocket soared into orbit Wednesday evening, carrying four people — none of whom are professional astronauts — and kicking off the first-ever mission to Earth's orbit crewed entirely by tourists.
     
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    Erika Cheung, a former Theranos lab worker turned whistleblower, testified Wednesday during the trial of founder Elizabeth Holmes about how she grew increasingly uncomfortable about the startup's ability to accurately conduct blood tests on patients.
     
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    Apple's new iPhone 13 and 13 Pro lineup features all of the predictable upgrades: faster performance, longer lasting battery life, better screen and new colors.
     
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    For centuries, a setting sun has signaled the end of fasting rituals on holidays such as Ramadan and Yom Kippur, a cue to tuck into a delicious meal after a full day of deprivation. But what if the sun's clockwork were to suddenly change, as it does for astronauts riding aboard the International Space Station, which whips around the Earth at 17,000 miles per hour, giving passengers 16 sunrises and sunsets each day?
     
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    On Wednesday, four people — none of whom are professional astronauts — will strap themselves into a capsule atop a 200-foot-tall SpaceX rocket that will blast them past the speed of sound and up to 17,500 miles per hour.
     
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    Apple is releasing iOS 15, its eagerly anticipated operating system for iPhone and iPads, on September 20.
     
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    The criminal trial of Theranos founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes resumed Tuesday with the first full day of witness testimony. Two former employees, including Erika Cheung, who reported the company to regulators in 2015, took the stand.
     
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    Apple unveiled four new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and new iPads on Tuesday during a virtual media event held from California.
     
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    Apple, like other device makers, issues software updates all the time, but the latest one may be more critical than most.
     
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    Instagram says it's looking at new ways to discourage users from focusing on their physical appearance after The Wall Street Journal revealed that Facebook researchers have repeatedly found that the photo-sharing platform is toxic for teen girls.
     
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    Activision Blizzard employees have filed a complaint accusing the gaming company of unfair labor practices, alleging that it unlawfully cracked down on their organizing efforts that took place in the wake of widespread harassment and discrimination allegations.
     
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    A bigger iPhone battery that lasts longer. A diagonally-shaped camera system. And one terabyte of storage.
     
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    Apple has updated its software for iPhones to address a critical vulnerability that independent researchers say has been exploited by notorious surveillance software to spy on a Saudi activist.
     
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    Moody's is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to better evaluate the cybersecurity risks that face America's largest corporations.
     
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    Journalism is often considered the first draft of history, but what happens when that draft is written on a software program that becomes obsolete?
     
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    Apple can no longer prohibit app developers from directing users to payment options outside its App Store, a judge ruled on Friday. The decision, which followed a contentious court battle with the maker of the hugely popular Fortnite video game, is a major blow to Apple — but the company also scored a partial victory as the judge stopped short of calling it a monopoly.
     
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    The brightly-colored robotic boats made by Saildrone seem to have a death wish.
     
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    Yahoo has hired away Tinder's top executive to become its new chief executive officer.
     
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    Chinese regulators have summoned companies to demand they play down profits and further clamp down on how minors can play video games, just days after children in the country were banned from access during the week.
     


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