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Live Q&A with Edward Snowden: Thursday 23rd January, 8pm GMT, 3pm EST | Courage Snowden

@mperkel #ASKSNOWDEN They say it’s a balance of privacy and safety. I think spying makes us less safe. do you agree?<p>Intelligence agencies do have a …

Camera makers are desperately trying to stay a step ahead of smartphones—and failing

The best camera, experienced photographers say, is the one that’s with you—and the truth of that adage is spelling doom for many of the world’s camera brands, who are desperately trying to stay afloat as their businesses are eroded by the omnipresent smartphone.<p>The average point-and-shoot has …

Ford's C-MAX Solar Energi Concept is powered by a roof panel, rolls to CES next week

The tech inside green vehicles continues to improve, and Ford has just announced a concept that looks to push it even further. The US automaker has outed the C-MAX Solar Energi Concept: a vehicle that packs in all of the perks of a plug-in hybrid, but doesn't require that tether to recharge. As the …

The Five Biggest Changes Apple Made To iOS 7.1 Today

Apple seeded the second beta of iOS 7.1 to developers nearly a month after 7.1 beta 1 was released. Once again, Apple’s beta doesn’t contain any major new features but there are a couple useful tweaks that you’ll enjoy hidden among all the bug fixes, performance improvements and speedier animations.<p>…

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The iWallet Is Coming

<i>Post updated to reflect a misstatement about when Apple rolled out self checkout to its stores.</i><p>This week, Apple unveiled the first large-scale integration of iBeacon, a technology that, when coupled with their fingerprint identification system, may be another building block in building a …

UPS researching delivery drones that could compete with Amazon's Prime Air

Flying parcel-carriers are the next logical frontier for delivery companies<p>Amazon made headlines Sunday night when it announced it was working on small drones that could someday deliver customers packages in half an hour or less. But the e-commerce giant isn’t the only company researching how to …

'So consequential an act': 50 years later, JFK conspiracy theories endure

The mob did it. Or the CIA. Or Fidel Castro. Or Lyndon Johnson. Or the Soviets.<p>Half a century has passed since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy — one of the greatest crimes of the 20th century and the most abundant wellspring for conspiracy theorists in the history of the United …

Nasa's Maven spacecraft set for Mars mission

Nasa's newest Martian explorer is on its launch pad at Cape Canaveral in Florida, ready for its scheduled launch on Monday afternoon.<p>The Maven spacecraft is scheduled to blast off aboard an unmanned Atlas V rocket at 1.28pm local time, with weather forecasters predicting a 60%chance of favourable …

Outlook, Office, Skype, Bing, Breaking News, and Latest Videos

Join Rewards and earn points when you explore and search on MSN.<p>See your recent documents, or start one for free with Office Online.<p>Sign in to your …

Thanks To Touch ID, The Smartphone Fingerprint Scanner Market Is Booming

The iPhone 5s wasn’t the first smartphone to offer a fingerprint scanner, but it’s undoubtedly the most popular one to date. In fact, it’s so popular that Touch ID is now driving massive growth in the smartphone fingerprint scanner market, with sales of fingerprint scanning handsets expected to …

Smartphones are killing us — and destroying public life

Hey, you — look up! Our iPhone addictions are wrecking public spaces and fraying the urban social fabric<p>The host collects phones at the door of the dinner party. At a law firm, partners maintain a no-device policy at meetings. Each day, a fleet of vans assembles outside New York’s high schools, …

The 15 Best Countries For You To Move To Right Now

Whatever your reasons, great opportunities exist for expatriates around the world.<p>HSBC's annual Expat Explorer survey ranks the best places to go based on experience, economics, and raising children abroad, with subcategories for each group. We've picked out the top 15 places overall. (But you can …

Oracle, Red Hat, And Google Employees Pitch In To Fix Beleaguered Healthcare.gov, Reports Indicate

Workers from tech giants Google, Red Hat, and Oracle and other companies have reportedly joined with the government to help fix the notoriously broken Healthcare.gov website that is a key portion of the Affordable Care Act.<p>According to a tweet from CNBC, “experts” from the firms have been …

App Store Promo Suggests Redesigned 'Remote' App Coming Soon

A promotion occasionally visible on the Colombian App Store suggests Apple will soon be releasing an updated version of the <i>Remote</i> app that allows control of Apple TV and Mac/PC iTunes installations from iOS devices, complete with an iOS 7 redesign.<p>It's not the first hint that Apple has a redesign …

WikiLeaks launches site for Edward Snowden's legal defense

Wikileaks has set up a new website, Free Snowden, to collect money to defend National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.<p>The site allows for donations by credit card, PayPal, bank transfer, WePay payment, and virtual currencies Bitcoin and Litecoin. It features background information and …

How did the chicken become the world's favorite bird?

The vexed question of whether the chicken or the egg came first isn't actually the most interesting one you can ask about the world's favorite poultry. Far more fascinating is the history of how the chicken came to be such a staple of the modern diet — with its popularity spreading everywhere from …

Alleged UK hacker charged with breaking into military and NASA databases

An alleged UK hacker has been charged with compromising the sites and databases of several US agencies, Reuters reports. Lauri Love was arrested late last week and has now been indicted in the state of New Jersey, where he is facing one count of accessing a US government computer without …

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In-depth Apple advice for all your devices<p>Our team of writers has been using Apple products for years, and knows them inside and out, as well as the …

Why We Live 40 Years Longer Today Than We Did in 1880

The golden age of medicine—in one chart<p>The late 19th and early 20th centuries were a golden era of American health innovation. Breakthroughs like germ theory, antibiotics, and widespread vaccination, as well as major public-health advances in sanitation and regulation, neutralized many long-leading …