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The 7 best TV shows on Netflix you've probably never heard of

It's been estimated that Netflix has over 100,000 television and movie titles to choose from, so with so much selection, how do choose what to watch next? Here are 7 amazing Netflix shows ready for you to start binging. Produced by Show More Summary

Former Yahoo COO slams media coverage of Marissa Mayer as 'remarkably unfair' (YHOO)

Dan Rosensweig, the CEO of Chegg and former COO of Yahoo, isn't too happy with some of the media coverage Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has received lately. In an interview with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on Thursday, Rosensweig said a lot of...Show More Summary

Here's why you shouldn't freak out about that 'cell phones cause cancer' study

It's scary to hear that cellphones — devices that most of us have with us all the time — have been linked to cancer by a government study. But despite any headlines you may have seen, there's still not enough information or evidenceShow More Summary

A manufacturer you've never heard of just unveiled an airplane that could change the world

A small Denver, Colorado manufacturer has rolled out the first prototype of a new all-electric aircraft, suggesting t he same revolution that is currently sweeping through the auto industry may soon become airborne. The Sunflyer, the...Show More Summary

This BMW-designed smartphone gives the Galaxy S7 a run for its money

As far as smartphones go, ZTE is relatively unknown in the US, but the Chinese company's latest smartphone should help change that. The new Axon 7 smartphone is ZTE's latest premium flagship smartphone, and it could truly give the Samsung...Show More Summary

Why Indian-American children keep winning the National Spelling Bee

Legacies are a special phenomenon in major competitions. Murderers' Row — the New York Yankees squad of the 1920s — owned baseball for an entire decade. The Chicago Bulls ruled the 1990s. And for the last 18 years, Indian-American children have dominated the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The most recent bee was no exception. Show More Summary

Here's what we actually know about cellphones and cancer

The Wall Street Journal reports that a multi-year study by the US government has found a weak link between cell phones and cancer. No one disputes that cell phones emit radiation that can be absorbed by human tissue. Still, that doesn't...Show More Summary

A device taught me how to calm down in stressful situations — here’s what it was like to use

Like any other reporter on deadline, I'm no stranger to stress. And in the age of wearable technology that monitors everything from steps to heart rate, it makes sense that devices that measure stress are popping up as well. Stress-monitoring devices can be helpful at quantifying your stress throughout the day. Show More Summary

If your password was affected by the LinkedIn hack, here’s what you should change it to

Hundreds of millions of account credentials for LinkedIn recently showed up for sale on a dark web forum, four years after hackers grabbed them. And on Wednesday, the service was emailing users to tell them their account may have been affected and it had invalidated a number of passwords. Show More Summary

Gusto CEO to Zenefits CEO: 'I don't think a culture can be changed by tweets'

Joshua Reeves, CEO of HR software startup Gusto, would rather not talk about the meltdown that occurred earlier this year at his rival, Zenefits. He's busy running his own billion-dollar-valued startup with 30,000 customers, he says. But...Show More Summary

A major study just linked cellphones to cancer in rats — here's what you need to know

Researchers have found a link between cancer and exposure to cellphones in rats. The National Toxicology Program, an interagency government group that is part of the National Institutes of Health, released a report Thursday looking at...Show More Summary

IBM's brilliant AI just helped teach a grad-level college course

A student in Ashok Goel's class last semester had a question: How long could the computer programs, or "agents," they were building take to solve problems? Since it was an online course, the student posted the question to the group discussion board. Show More Summary

Mercedes finally revealed how much its at-home battery costs

A lot has been said about the different advantages of Mercedes' at-home battery option, but without clear information on the price it's been difficult to truly compare it to competitors like Tesla. Mercedes has been hush about the price because it does not sell the battery directly to consumers. Show More Summary

Developer: We’re working on an Xbox One VR game for 2017

New info lends credence to reports of new, VR-compatible console from Microsoft.

4 reasons you should be offering your customers fast, free WiFi

As a business owner, you're always trying to give your customers and clients the best experience possible. You know it's important to understand what they need to stay competitive. That's why more and more types of businesses — fromShow More Summary

Nest CEO Tony Fadell is making an electric go-kart for kids that parents can control from their phones

Tony Fadell is a pretty big name in the tech world. He's the current CEO of Google-owned Nest, which makes "smart" thermostats and smoke detectors, and he was also a key player at Apple, having helped design the iPod and iPhone. Fadell's...Show More Summary

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