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Google Maps is sending tourists to the wrong town in Norway

A bug in Google Maps is causing tourists to end up in a random town in Norway. Villagers are laughing. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) explains.        

Chipotle says malware hack stole customer payment info

Consumers' account numbers, expiration data and verification codes were accessed by the malware        

Your loud phone notifications in public are RUDE! (Here's how to turn them off.)

Pings, dings and buzzes can be distracting and annoying. Here's how to handle your push alerts -- and your neighbor's.        

Norman Lear talks about his new podcast

TV legend Norman Lear has a new gig at age 94--hosting the "All of the Above," podcast. He tells about it on #TalkingTech.        

Here's how to make amazing s'mores using a microwave

It's tasty, easy to share, and doesn't require a campfire.        

Apple's Jony Ive becomes chancellor of U.K's Royal College of Art

The creative force behind iPod, iPhone and MacBook once spurned the RCA.        

Talking Tech: It's all about the wave

USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham thinks the new gesture controlled DJI Spark drone is the wave of the future in computing.        

These 7 tips will help you master Facebook

Set up a legacy contact, remember how you know a 'friend', find lost message requests.        

Is a dishwasher more efficient than washing by hand?

Penny pinchers and environmentalists may be surprised.        

15 top chefs dish on the best burger toppings

In honor of National Hamburger Day, plan to dress accordingly        

Your comforter is gross, here's how to wash it

If you haven't washed your comforter in a month, it's time.        

Mark Zuckerberg wants to experiment with universal basic income

At Harvard 2017 commencement speech, Mark Zuckerberg said he wants to “explore ideas like universal basic income.”        

Fake net neutrality comments need FCC action, group says

Group of people claim identities used to make remarks to FCC against net neutrality regulations.        

Facebook tips for power users

Kim Komando guides your through Facebook power users settings that the novice user may not know about.        

NASA spacecraft spots Earth-sized cyclones on Jupiter

The first results from NASA's Juno probe show massive Earth-sized storms on Jupiter's poles, and a magnetic field even stronger than expected, NASA said in a statement.        

As car technology improves, headlights don't

The future of automobile technology keeps getting brighter, but headlights remain dim.        

Mark Zuckerberg has a Harvard degree and a mission: create a sense of purpose

Facebook CEO says 'it's time for our generation to define a new social contract.'        

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