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Facebook is a useful birthday reminder service that keeps doing evil stuff.
Flipping your shit over amazing new technology is a longstanding tradition.
Facebook isn't the only tech giant that rewards our trust with reckless abandon.
The hunt for naughty bits is on ... and it's going exactly as well as you'd expect.
Even the most innovative industry can be vulnerable to outright bad ideas.
Special chat software lets their employees see everything you're typing in real time -- not that they want you to know that.
What does a Gawker that isn't trying to give Peter Thiel a stress aneurysm look like?
Combining Golden Age Simpsons and Limewire piracy is a real litmus test for internet oldsters.
That whole live and uncut thing doesn't always end well.
Aside from making you feel a little safer, these safety measures do nothing.
Researchers have found a loophole into unlocking the Tesla Model S: its key.
All of the gadgets we rely on were incredibly different, incredibly recently.
The first iPod is almost as old as your dad's eight-track player.
Researchers may have found a way to Auto-Tune your body.
Let's all take an excruciatingly slow trip down memory lane.