NSA denies it used 'Heartbleed' bug to gather intelligence

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Fire TV: Amazon’s $99 Roku competitor ships today

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Amazon unveiled the Fire TV on Wednesday, giving it a competitor to Roku, Google Chromecast and Apple TV.

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Klingons and Wi-Fi pigeons invade internet for April Fools’ Day

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Do not trust anything you see on the Internet today.

That is pretty good advice anytime of the year. But on April Fools’ Day, the Internet transforms into one giant episode of “Punk’d,” with each tech company trying to outdo the other with absurd projects.

Is it hilarious? Tiresome? Mind-numbing and predictable? You be the judge.

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Apple responds to calls for emoji diversity

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Emoji are an adorable way to express your emotions on the iPhone. Unfortunately, they are not the most racially diverse group of symbols.

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Flashback! NBC anchors ‘glimpse the future’ of Internet in archive videos 

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Happy 25th birthday, World Wide Web! With these NBC News archive clips from 1994 and 1995, we go back to when the World Wide Web and Internet were mere mysteries. See what Matt Lauer, Katie Couric, Bryant Gumbel, Tom Brokaw – and Bill Gates – had to say so many years ago.

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TVs in kids’ bedrooms tied to extra pounds

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It may not make parents popular, but tossing out the TVs that sit in the corner of most children’s bedrooms may keep them from packing on pounds.

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'Dying art?': Forensic sketch artists face a digital future

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The stranger wore scrubs when she plucked the 3-day-old newborn from a Texas hospital and hid her in a handbag. Lubbock police, with the aid of the infant’s family and surveillance, created a computer composite of the suspect for the public.

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Happy Birthday: World Wide Web to turn 25

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In 1989, Bart Simpson made his television debut, Danielle Radcliffe was born and Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed an “information management” system that would allow people to access pages hosted on computers across the globe.

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Military scientists create pizza that lasts for three years

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It’s not exactly fresh. But this pizza will probably be a big hit with soldiers in the U.S. military.

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