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Entire Entertainment Industry Sues Streaming Service Set TV
Amazon, Netflix, Disney, Sony, Columbia, Universal, 20th Century Fox, and Warner Bros. are all part of the lawsuit.

Valve Acquires 'Small But Scrappy' Game Studio Campo Santo
The Firewatch developer is now a part of Valve where it will continue developing In the Valley of Gods.

Google, Microsoft Push Websites To Go Password-Less
At the RSA conference, Google and Microsoft demoed how websites could adopt password-free login systems with the help of Android smartphones and Windows PCs.

Watch This Robot Assemble an Ikea Chair
Designed by a team of scientists at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, the robot can to assemble Ikea's Stefan chair in about 20 minutes.

Twitter Bans Ads From Russia's Kaspersky Lab
The CEO of Kaspersky Lab is demanding that Twitter explain its reason for the ad ban, which started in January.

Tim Cook Shuts Down iOS, MacOS Merger Rumors
'We don't believe in sort of watering down one for the other,' Cook told The Sydney Morning Herald. 'If you begin to merge the two ... you begin to make trade-offs and compromises.'

ZTE Responds to US Government Ban
The now-possibly-banned Chinese phone maker bit back at the Commerce Department, saying the ban will also damage U.S. companies.

5G Could Bring Back the Hotspot
The makers of MiFi hotspots say 5G will open up major new opportunities for mobile broadband use.

Oath Makes it Easier to Find Bugs on AOL, Yahoo, Tumblr
Until now, several brands siting under the Oath umbrella, including AOL and Yahoo, have had their own big bounty programs. Starting today, they're coming together.

AT&T Improves its Prepaid Phone Plans
Save some cash and enjoy more data, but only if you opt to automatically pay each month.