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If Voting Machines Were Hacked, Would Anyone Know?

Even if most voting machines aren't connected to the Internet, "they are connected to something that's connected to something that's connected to the Internet," says one cybersecurity expert.

Binky is a new social media app where users can scroll, share and like random posts, but all the actions are meaningless. iTunes hide caption

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Meet Binky, The Social Media App Where Nothing Matters

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If Voting Machines Were Hacked, Would Anyone Know?

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The technology around us has made its way into all kinds of movies. But there's one movie genre it hasn't been able to infiltrate — the romantic comedy. Lightcome/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Why Hasn't Online Dating Made It Onscreen?

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