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Radio Reporter Regains a Voice with New Technology

Radio Reporter Regains a Voice with New Technology

| By Briley Hineman | Jun 18
A Scottish company that creates text-to-speech technology has crafted a new voice for a radio reporter who lost his voice: Software that turns his typed sentences into spoken words.

Summit Does Not Deal with North Korea's Hacking

Summit Does Not Deal with North Korea's Hacking

| By Tami Abdollah | Jun 18
Among the subjects President Donald Trump apparently didn't discuss with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, there's one more: Its long record of dangerous cyberattacks against sensitive targets in the U.S. and allied nations.

Apple Closing iPhone Security Gap Used by Law Enforcement

Apple Closing iPhone Security Gap Used by Law Enforcement

| By Michael Liedtke | Jun 17
Apple is closing a security gap that allowed outsiders to pry personal information from locked iPhones without a password.

Japan Banks on 3D Mapping Deemed Crucial for Driverless Cars

Japan Banks on 3D Mapping Deemed Crucial for Driverless Cars

| By Yuri Kageyama | Jun 17
Technology companies are racing to develop ultra-precise digital maps that can guide self-driving cars within inches of where they should be - a hurdle the industry needs to clear if it hopes to deliver on its promises.

Despite Cancer, McCain's Maverick Ways Press on in Tweets

Despite Cancer, McCain's Maverick Ways Press on in Tweets

| By Melissa Daniels | Jun 16
The question of what happens if Sen. John McCain steps down from office before 2022 is a lingering one, casting an uncomfortable haze around the future of a seat that can't quite ever be filled.

Samsung Joins Global Pledge to Increase Renewable Energy Use

Samsung Joins Global Pledge to Increase Renewable Energy Use

| By Youkyoung Lee | Jun 16
Samsung Electronics Co., the world's biggest smartphone maker, joined on Thursday a growing list of companies that are promising to increase their use of solar and other renewable energy to help curb global warming.

Apple Announces Multi-Year Content Deal with Oprah Winfrey

Apple Announces Multi-Year Content Deal with Oprah Winfrey

| Jun 16
Apple says it has reached a multiyear deal with Oprah Winfrey to create original programs for its streaming service.

Science Panel Says the FAA is Too Tough on Drones

Science Panel Says the FAA is Too Tough on Drones

| By David Koenig | Jun 15
Science advisers to the federal government say safety regulators are hindering the spread of commercial drones by being too cautious about the risks posed by the flying machines.

Anne Frank House Unveils Virtual Reality Tour

Anne Frank House Unveils Virtual Reality Tour

| Jun 15
The Amsterdam museum dedicated to Anne Frank's life launched a virtual reality tour of the cramped quarters where the Jewish diarist and her family hid from Nazis during World War II,

Don't Trust the Tech Giants? You Likely Rely on Them Anyway

Don't Trust the Tech Giants? You Likely Rely on Them Anyway

| By Anick Jesdanun and Ryan Nakashima | Jun 14
If technology giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon face a common threat to their dominance, it probably lies in a single word: Trust.

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