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'House of Cards' will come back for season 6 with Robin Wright, and no Kevin

After suspending production of the show, Netflix announced it would create eight more episodes.

Senators to FCC's Ajit Pai: Don't vote on net neutrality until you investigate

Lawmakers ask the agency to look into claims that thousands -- or millions -- of public comments were made by bots.

NBC has some serious explaining to do

NBC seems to have blind spots when it comes to sexual misconduct, from dismissing Ronan Farrow's Harvey Weinstein story to holding the "Access Hollywood" tape.

Former producer sues Bill O'Reilly and Fox News for defamation and breach of

Racheil Witlieb Bernstein sued Bill O'Reilly for defamation and breach of contract.

Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?

SINCE festive telly became the phenomenon that it is, armchair fans have rowed over what they think is the greatest Christmas movie ever.

Should you force close your apps?

I force close my apps all the time. I double click the home button on my iPhone 6S and close out of every app I've used, even in the past 20 minutes. It's a terrible habit, but it

Can you hear this silent gif bouncing? Here’s why

The phenomenon may be more common than we think

Google helps minimize ad fraud

Google’s adoption of ads.txt, a piece of code that lets advertisers authorize certain ad exchanges to sell their inventory, has helped minimize online ad...

Billy Bush: 7 other guys were on the bus when Trump bragged he could grab women

In an op-ed for The New York Times, Billy Bush revealed that seven other people were on the bus at the time of the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape from 2005.

Tucker Carlson explains why he has avoided covering sexual-harassment stories

The Fox News host Tucker Carlson said he didn't cover sexual-harassment allegations against his former colleagues because did not have anything to add.

Amazon launches in Australia

AFTER one failure to launch, plenty of speculation, and just as much anticipation, Amazon snuck into Australia under the cover of darkness overnight, promising to deliver “millions

Meet the Star Wars edition of the OnePlus 5T

‘Strong enough to rule the galaxy’

Xiaomi shows off upcoming Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus full-screen smartphones

Xiaomi is preparing to announce the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus smartphones in China on Thursday, and director of product management Donovan Sung has just shown them off in a set of

THE SOCIAL VIDEO REPORT: Content, distribution, and monetization across

This is a preview of a research report from BI...

Can you see what’s wrong with this photo?

ONE man has learnt the hard way to always double-check photos before sending them to your mum or posting them to social media, just to make sure there is nothing inappropriate

Navy pilots punished for lewd image

Two US Navy aviators were placed on “probationary” status for six months, but were able to keep their wing insignia after appearing before disciplinary board for drawing lewd

Video series Every Frame a Painting has come to an end

One of the best deep dives into how film works

Fox News host grills national security adviser over Trump retweeting anti-Muslim

Chris Wallace grilled H.R. McMaster over President Donald Trump's decision to retweet anti-Muslim videos.

Mitch McConnell reverses call for Roy Moore to drop out of Alabama Senate race

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he'd leave it up to Alabama voters to decide whether GOP candidate Roy Moore should be in the US Senate.

This sonic kayak makes music as you paddle

The sonic kayak a mix of science and art — but it’s not compatible with headphones

Trump blasts ABC News reporter Brian Ross over 'horrendously inaccurate and

"Congratulations to @ABC News for suspending Brian Ross for his horrendously inaccurate and dishonest report," Trump said on Twitter.

ABC News suspends Brian Ross over 'serious error' in Michael Flynn story

ABC News has suspended Brian Ross for four weeks without pay over his faulty report about former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Microsoft job posting hints at ARM-powered Surface device

Microsoft is rumored to be creating an ARM-powered notepad device with two screens that fold over much like the Courier concept, and a new job posting reveals that the company is

Google’s cute voice experiment lets you track the world with paper

Google’s latest voice experiment is the cutest one yet. Paper Signals is an open-source project that lets you build a paper object that can be controlled with your voice. The paper

Qualcomm is trying to ban the iPhone X used by AT&T and T-Mobile

Qualcomm and Apple’s tit for tat legal battle continues yet again this week with a series of new filings from Qualcomm, one of which seeks to ban some iPhone X sales in the

The C by GE Sol light looks futuristic but doesn't need Alexa

My room looks infinitely cooler when lit by a glowing smart ring, but I don't need or want my fashionable lamp to include Amazon's Alexa assistant. I've been testing the C by GE

Netgear’s Arlo 2 is an expensive, but capable home camera system

Here’s the thing about home security systems: they are expensive, usually require experts to install them, and for the good ones you’ll need to pay a monthly fee starting at $30 to

Pikachu is the ambassador of Osaka, and our hearts

Hot off Pikachu’s recent achievement of horrifying Pokémon fans everywhere by actually talking, Japanese Foreign Minister Tarō Kōno awarded the electric mouse mascot the title of

Verizon: No, no, we're a big tech company

Commentary: In a new campaign touting 'Humanability,' Verizon wants you to think of the company as something far more than a wireless provider.

Mozilla plows its new revenue into making Firefox faster for us all

The nonprofit pulled in more than a half billion dollars. Now it's spending it on making Firefox worth using again.

Amazon's Alexa will soon offer personalized responses

The new capability is being tested by a handful of developers and will be more widely available next year.

ABC News corrects a critical detail in its report on Michael Flynn's plea deal

ABC News issued a clarification on a critical detail from its original report on former national security adviser Michael Flynn's plea deal.

NBC News will not pay a settlement to fired 'Today' host Matt Lauer — who was

Matt Lauer was one of the highest compensated journalists on television, but NBC won’t be paying out any of the remaining terms of his contract

Here's how the 'Today' show has covered the sexual misconduct allegations

"Today" hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb vowed to cover the allegations against Matt Lauer "as journalists" and be transparent with viewers.