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Snapchat filters for funerals? Yes, they're a thing
Some say the geofilters are actually another way people can pay their respects to the deceased
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Zuckerberg says Facebook won't create new class of stock
Rise in company's stock price will allow billionaire CEO to finance his philanthropy while retaining voting control
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Bill Gates on global health, DACA and "ctrl-alt-delete"
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation warns future progress on child mortality and extreme poverty is in jeopardy
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Asteroid-bound probe to slingshot past Earth Friday
NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will make a critical gravity-assist Earth flyby Friday on the way to an asteroid in 2018
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iOS 11 brings new tricks to your iPhone
Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 11, has a host of new features for iPhone and iPad users. CNET's Lexy Savvides shows us some of the highlights.
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London says it won't renew Uber's license
London's public transport authority announced Friday it will not renew Uber's license that expires next week. The decision not to renew affects more than 40,000 drivers and more than three million Londoners who use Uber as a cheaper alternative to the city's iconic but costly black cabs. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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How "Star Trek" predicted modern medicine
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
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Equifax sent breach victims to wrong site: report
A white-hat hacker built the parallel domain to draw attention to the flaws of the site Equifax was using
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Facebook moving to clamp down on offensive ads
Sheryl Sandberg says social networking company is stepping up efforts to block ads that violate its standards
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iPhone X, iPhone 8 lack this feature of Galaxy S8
The new iPhones won't be able to tap into the super high speeds the carriers are building into their networks
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Amazon said to have Alexa-powered smart glasses in works
Retailer's first wearable smart device would let users access the voice-activated assistant outside the home
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Twitter: More accounts linked to terrorism suspended
The company said 75 percent of the infringing accounts were suspended before their first tweet
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Euro leaders urge Facebook, Google to scrub terrorist content
Leaders of the UK, France and Italy proposing new targets for internet giants to remove extremist material
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Republicans make last-ditch effort to repeal & replace Obamacare
Some Republicans are expressing cautious optimism about the Graham-Cassidy health care bill while others are voicing criticism. CBSN political contributor Caitlin Huey-Burns breaks down the legislation's chances for success.
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Mexico slammed by second earthquake this month
Mexico suffered severe damage from its second earthquake in two weeks Tuesday. Rescue crews are frantically trying to find survivors buried by debris. CBS News Radio's Adrienne Bard was in Mexico City when the quake hit and joins CBSN with more.
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Upcoming Space Events
Major upcoming U.S. and space station launches
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Facebook "seems to have been less than forthcoming" with Congress, intel chairman says
Facebook briefed members of Congress and provided the ads and other information to Robert Mueller, the company said
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“Ransom note” released after cyber-threats to Montana schools
Authorities discounting danger from hackers group “Dark Overlord,” resuming classes
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Most "dangerous" celebrity on internet is named
Searching for former pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne is most likely to lead you to websites with viruses or malware, cybersecurity firm McAfee says
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iOS 11 will make you want to update your iPhone
Latest Apple iOS 11 update comes with way more than new emojis
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