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SCIENCE & TECH

Apple vs. FBI: Should the Government Have a ‘Backdoor’ to iPhones?

Apple Inc. is pushing back against the U.S. government in its quest to crack the iPhone of the San Bernardino Islamic terrorists. The case that could be the first to establish a far-reaching legal precedent governing the right to telephonic privacy. The bureau is searching for evidence about Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, who killed 14 people in the Dec. 2 mass shooting, according to FBI director James Comey....

Tesla Targets Suburban Soccer Moms With All-Electric Model X SUV (see!)

Tesla will attempt to crack the soccer mom market with an all new, all-electric sport utility vehicle designed to seat up to seven and run solely on two electric motors. But the futuristic car will cost more than $130,000. Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk originally promised to start selling the car by the end of 2013. The first cars will be delivered today (Sept. 29). Tesla also has scheduled to officially roll out the car tonight at 8pm....

Matt Damon’s New Mars Movie: Can Plants Really Grow There? (video)

Matt Damon’s character Mark Watney must find a way to survive after he is stranded on Mars alone, and successfully grows a plant in Martian soil in a new trailer for the movie. Since the movie is reality based, is that really possible? “The Martin” features a star studded cast that includes Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Donald Glover....

Google Takes Next Step To World Domination, Self-Driving Cars Are Here!

Google has already taken one step to world domination–control of the information highway. Now it’s about to take another– control of real highways. Yes, its self-driving car is here… almost. The search engine giant, which controls almost 70 percent of Internet searches, released a video and detailed information today (May 15) about its latest invention on its blog. The company’s motives are nothing but altruistic of course. ...

Bizarre New Apple Mac Pro Ad Never Shows Computer (watch!)

Apple has been hyping its neew Mac Pro computer since it was first announced in June at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, but a new spot designed to run in theaters is more like science fiction than advertising. Neither the product, nor the company is mentioned until the very end. Apple is touting the computer as the ultimate, from its shape to it’s powerful components. It’s even assembling them in the United States....