The original caption for this photo of the Nokia 3310, which was released on Sept. 1, 2000, noted that the phone had advanced features like "voice dialing, picture messaging, predictive text input and games." No camera, though. And no Siri. Science & Society Picture Library/SSPL via Getty Images hide caption

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'Aisles Have Eyes' Warns That Brick-And-Mortar Stores Are Watching You

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Monk Spreads Buddhist Philosophy With 140-Character Tweets

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Ajit Pai Starts To Roll Back Latest Internet Regulations From Obama's Team

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Pilot models of self-driving cars for Uber are displayed in Pittsburgh. Autonomous vehicles are expected to cut traffic jams, but not before enough human drivers are off the road. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Self-Driving Cars Could Ease Our Commutes, But That'll Take A While

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In an interview with NPR, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly again took the blame for the rocky rollout of the travel ban and for failing to notify congressional leaders of the policy's implementation. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Homeland Security Secretary: Travel Vetting Could Include Passwords, Tweets

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Update On The Journalist Kicked Off Facebook

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Cryptoparties Teach Attendees How To Stay Anonymous Online

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Searching For 'Facebook Customer Service' Can Lead To A Scam

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Multiple Twitter accounts claiming to be run by members of the National Park Service and other U.S. agencies have appeared since the Trump administration's apparent gag order. The account owners are choosing to remain anonymous. David Calvert/Getty Images hide caption

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