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Zuckerberg: Some Tech Is Worrying, but Not Facebook
In his Harvard commencement address, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reminisced about his intentions for starting the social network.

Samsung Shows Off Stretchable Display Prototype
If it ever goes into production, a stretchable display could be a practical addition to smartwatches and fitness trackers.

Lyft Takes on Uber Black With New 'Lux' Service
With Lux, you can expect to be picked up by a BMW 5-series, Cadillac Escalade, or Lexus LS, but it'll cost you.

Microsoft's Beam Gets a New Name, More Streaming Options
Beam has been reincarnated as Mixer, and it comes with a new mobile app, co-streaming, and other features to lure you away from Twitch.

Facebook 'Trending' Getting a Little More Useful
Now, when you click on a trending topic, you'll see a carousel with stories about it.

Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your Devices
Researchers from security firm Check Point said 'hundreds of millions' of devices running media players such as VLC, Kodi, Popcorn Time, and Stremio are at risk.

Trump Wants Power to Track, Hack, and Destroy Drones
Any drone flying over domestic soil would be up for destruction if deemed a threat.

We Trust Heart Surgery Robots More Than Banking Robots
HSBC surveyed 12,000 consumers and found twice as many would trust a robot to perform heart surgery than handle their savings. Is anyone except HSBC surprised?

DARPA Chooses Boeing for XS-1 Spaceplane
By 2020, Boeing's Phantom Express design is expected to by flying at up to Mach 5 and capable of delivering 3,000 pound payloads to a low Earth orbit for no more than $5 million.

To Spread Thunderbolt, Intel Will Stop Collecting Royalties
Expect to see Thunderbolt ports on many more computers, peripherals, and even VR headsets once Intel ends its royalty program next year.