Madden NFL 15 predicts Patriots to win Super Bowl XLIX

'Madden NFL 15' predicts Patriots to win Super Bowl XLIX

For the 12th year in a row, Madden NFL predicts the winner of the Super Bowl. This time, they say it's the Patriots' game.

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New 'smart' keyboard uses your exact typing patterns as an extra layer of security.

Share your Netflix account Youre now a felon

President Obama has proposed legislation to bolster cybersecurity and increase prosecution of crimes perpetrated via computers. The changes are now so broad that it legally makes something as simple as sharing a password illegal, and you would face prison time of up to 20 years. (Yikes! tell your roommate to stop mooching off your Netflix account!)

A moment of silence SkyMall files for bankruptcy

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Tired of telling people youre still single New service helps

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The Man celebrates anniversary of iconic 1984 commercial

On this day in 1984, Apple unveiled its iconic Apple Macintosh computer.

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Water literally bounces off new permanently

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A tech nerds somewhat reaching theory behind NFL

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Abraham Lincolns cottage digitally preserved with 3D laser

With green laser lights flashing, a team of undergraduate students from Ithaca College traveled to Washington D.C. and captured a digital version of President Abraham Lincoln’s Cottage using 3D laser scanning technology. It sounds like something out of Oceans 12, but in actuality it was just an act of preservation.

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If Thorin Oakenshield and Company had made the trek to the Lonely Mountain in an Apache AH-64 helicopter armed with sixteen Hellfire missiles, Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit" franchise might not have spanned three films (because it would’ve been directed by Michael Bay and adapted into five films, instead).

Nanobots travel inside animal for first time

According to a new report, researchers at the University of California at San Diego have successfully tested these tiny machines inside the stomachs of laboratory mice.

AI Mario doesnt need your help rescuing princesses

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