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Gun-related online businesses bemoan growing Big Tech's suppression of the Second Amendment 

After Karl Kasarda's YouTube channel InRange TV was wiped without warning in early 2018, the firearm enthusiast said he had little option but to turn to posting clips and reviews on a platform of a different kind: PornHub.

10 new iPhone tricks you'll use all the time

Yes, your iPhone came with a user guide and there a ton of how-to videos on Apple's site and YouTube. But who has the time? You've come to the right place.

Spouse cheating? 10 tech clues to find evidence

Years of marriage will hone a spouse's instincts, and we often know when something seems funny. Smartphones, tablets, computers, and smart tech absorb adulterous evidence like a sponge. Once suspicions are aroused, a digital trail could contain many clues about a potential dalliance.

Black workers hit Facebook with class action complaint alleging discrimination and bias

A group of black workers filed a class action charge against Facebook, alleging that the company discriminates against African-American workers in hiring, promotions, evaluations and pay.

Humans generated record-breaking amount of electronic waste in 2019

Humans generated a staggering amount of electronic waste in 2019 -- 53.6 million metric tons, which is a 21 percent increase from 2014.

Air Force F-22s and F-35s will soon control attack drones from the cockpit

It's called "weapons forward," the idea that an airborne fighter jet could control an advancing armed drone traveling into high-threat enemy territory.

MIT pulls massive AI dataset over racist, misogynistic content

MIT permanently took down its 80 Million Tiny Images dataset-a popular image database used to train machine learning systems to identify people and objects in an environment-because it used a range of racist, misogynistic, and other offensive terms to label photos.

Close-in air attacks still needed despite new 'Stand-off' weapons tech

It's called "Direct Attack", or the ability of a stealth bomber to penetrate heavily defended enemy territory and drop bunker-busting weapons, hit moving targets, pinpoint small targets for close-in destruction and carry larger amounts of smaller-bombs for what's called "Stand-in" attack. 

Facebook and Instagram will alert users to wear masks as coronavirus cases surge

Amid criticism it is not doing enough to help combat the coronavirus pandemic, Facebook said it would start showing alerts to both users of the main app as well as Instagram to wear face coverings.

High-tech glove can translate sign language with 99 percent accuracy

Bioengineers at UCLA have designed a glove-like device that can translate American Sign Language into English speech in real time with a smartphone app.

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