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CIA eavesdropping through smart devices
Maybe the CIA is spying on you through your television set after all.
 
Liberty extinguished: New York landmark suffers blackout
For several hours, Lady Liberty didn't shine so brightly.
 
Internet-connected 'smart' devices are dunces about security
These days, it's possible to use your phone -- and sometimes just your voice -- to control everything from your TV to your lights, your thermostat and shades, even your car or medical device. (At least, once you have gadgets that can listen.)
 
First woman in space honored on 80th birthday
Russia on Monday honored the world's first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova, who recalled tense moments of her pioneering mission on her 80th birthday.
 
Eyeing future after problematic past, VW showcases 'Sedric'
Looking well beyond its past problems, Volkswagen is projecting off into the future with its self-driving concept car featuring technologies that could someday work their way into the German automaker's brands like Audi, Bentley or Porsche.
 
Fitbit tracks your steps; now it wants to chart your Zs, too
Fitbit, whose devices encourage people to walk 10,000 steps each day, now wants to put them to sleep as well.
 
Blue reigns at VIP-studded Paris Fashion Week
It's no secret that politics infuses fashion -- and some critics are interpreting the mania for blue at Paris Fashion Week as a statement of "the blues" about the perceived rise of nationalism across Europe and America.
 
Liver transplant surgical pioneer Dr. Thomas Starzl dies
Dr. Thomas Starzl, who pioneered liver transplant surgery in the 1960s and was a leading researcher into anti-rejection drugs, has died. He was 90.
 
Bringing water to Kenya's drought-stricken wildlife
In a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kenya the relentless sun has bleached savannah grasses and dried up rivers, turning water holes first into muddy pits and now, dust bowls.
 
Toilet show is light relief at Paris fashion week
Paris fashion week shows tend to be held at the city's most opulent addresses, grand chandeliered salons dripping with marble and gilt.
 
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