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Amazon to raise annual Prime subscription to $119

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The last time Amazon raised the annual rate for Prime was in 2014, when it went from $79 to $99.

Mark Zuckerberg just revealed one of his 'great regrets'

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Mark Zuckerberg reveals his greatest regret.

Is this Lenovo laptop the best in the business?

Lenovo X1 Carbon (2018) Laptop Review

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What to do if your phone's battery can't make it through the day

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Phone always pooping out? Here are some fixes for iPhone and Android, including determining when it's finally time to hang up on a model.

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LG's latest OLED TV is smarter, faster, and looks incredible

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The E8 OLED doesn't improve much in image quality over LG's 2017 TVs, but it does have a few key improvements.

I tried a meditation app for 30 days—here’s what happened

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This app helped me finally discover my inner Zen.

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Snap rolls out revamped Spectacles. But will Snapchat users buy them?

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The first edition of Snap's video glasses sold well when they first launched last year, but then flopped, forcing a write-down because of unsold inventory.

Get a discount on tons of summer products at eBay

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Save 20% with the code "PREP4SUMMER."

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Here are the 5 best Amazon deals you can get right now

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A little online shopping will help you make it until the weekend.

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Google honors Olympic runner Fanny Blankers-Koen, 'The Flying Housewife'

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The Dutch athlete earned the nickname 'The Flying Housewife' after she won four track and field gold medals during the 1948 Olympic Games in London.

Apple still makes it too hard to get kids to put down their iPhone

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Nearly half of parents think regulating kid screen time is a constant battle. Parental controls aren't universally available. Apple can do more.

Delete Facebook? Nope, Facebook is growing

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The social media giant that you swore you'd quit after it let your data slip into strangers' hands is doing just fine, thank you very much.

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Internet finds Trump look-alike in Spain

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The Internet has found a potato farmer in Spain that's going viral because she resembles President Trump. Her name is Dolores Leis Antelo.

Thursday, Apr 26

Snapchat’s redesign is still not what the people want

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Gmail and Snapchat are getting major platform redesigns.

Twitter beats estimates on overseas growth

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Twitter reported its second profitable quarter and topped Wall Street targets for revenue and monthly active users, as advertisers in Asia and other markets outside the United States embraced its video ads. Aleksandra Michalska reports.&…

Google joins gun emoji debate, switching to a water pistol

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Google is joining the water gun movement, replacing bullets with liquid as part of the gun emoji debate. Nathan Rousseau Smith shows us.

Wednesday, Apr 25

The best robot vacuums of 2018

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They don't just vacuum, either.

Gmail now lets you send emails that self-destruct, update also includes a 'snooze' option

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Google's email service Gmail gets its biggest update since 2011. Here are six of the features you will change how you use it.

Can you hear me now? New clues on how whales listen

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Can you hear me now? New clues on how whales hear. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

Here's what you can't post on Facebook (no nude buttocks or cannibalism)

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Your Facebook post could get removed if you show uncovered female nipples (unless breastfeeding or protesting), nude buttocks or cannibalism.

Tuesday, Apr 24

LG's 2018 OLED TVs continue to reign supreme

The same great picture and a brand-new brain = win-win

This is how Jeff Bezos will renovate his $23M mansion in D.C.

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The CEO and founder of Amazon purchased the property in D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood for $23 million. When renovated, it will have 11 bedrooms, a giant ballroom and a whiskey cellar.

Spotify's free service is getting a lot better

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Spotify's free version is getting an upgrade.

Amazon starts delivering to your car trunk, wherever it's parked

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A new, free program for Prime members lets Amazon drivers unlock a customer's trunk and leave their packages there rather on their doorstep.

Monday, Apr 23

'Incognito' browsing isn't really private, and 4 other privacy myths

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Some experts believe many of us think we’re taking the right precautions, when in fact we’re putting our info at risk.

Net-neutrality is over. Now California, Oregon are stepping in

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Very soon, the FCC’s overturning of the 2015 net neutrality rules will become official. States have already started to craft their own laws.

How Facebook tracks your every move: Fact vs. fiction

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Does Facebook actually follow you around when you aren't using it? Listen in on your mic? Track you offline? We explain.

5 annoying computer problems you can probably solve yourself

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Kim Komando has advice on fixing unexpected reboots, freezes, slowness and overheating on Macs and PCs.

Sunday, Apr 22

Fruit bat's locating clicks echo sophisticated radar

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Researchers at universities in the United States have discovered a sophisticated form of echolocation in bats, one that is remarkably similar to human-made location systems. Jim Drury reports.

Tech firms like Google, Amazon push power companies toward solar and wind, a blow to coal

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Even where coal is king, demand from companies like Apple, Google and Amazon for renewable energy has pushed utilities to ink solar and wind power deals.