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 Technology News Analysis
 Rank  Last Week  Keyword  Change 
112 mobile Up
21 Apple Down
37 Google Up
48 game Up
5N/A star Up
6N/A phones Up
7N/A Uber Up
817 Trump Up
944 2017 Up
103 iPhone Down
Other popular topics for the past week includes Facebook, video, Lego, Samsung and Mobile World.
For the week ending February 25, 2017, we have analyzed 261 technology news articles. These are the most frequently appeared keywords in the last week. In order to provide the latest trends, generic terms like "computer", "information" and "technology" are filtered.

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Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, and the CNET team will be covering it from all angles on social media.

"Deepwater Horizon", "Doctor Strange", "The Jungle Book", "Kubo and the Two Strings" and "Rogue One" battle to be crowned FX experts at Sunday's Academy Awards.

Built to dominate the track, the ZL1 1LE options package certainly looks the part.

After video showed an Uber self-driving car running a red light, the firm cited "human error" by the ride-along driver. But a report faults the autonomous tech.

You probably won't have to worry about breaking it, though!

Chinese company TCL will have to work through years of failure if it wants to spit-shine the BlackBerry name.

Just how well does BlackBerry's keyboard-toting "comeback" phone stand up against the other guys?

Nokia is planning a comeback at Mobile World Congress by releasing its first Android phones. For a company that made so much mobile history, the stakes are high.

BlackBerry's comeback phone arrives courtesy of Chinese company TCL, which is tasked with reviving the struggling brand.

With 650 horsepower on tap and the open air flowing through the cabin, what more do you need?

New York composer Miriam Daly wrote and recorded music for fonts. The songs are a Courier for Impact-ful melodies that are definitely worth your Time(s New Roman).

Google says its newest phone has the best camera on a phone, ever. Can it beat the iPhone 7 Plus?

The video of an Arizona woman's smoking iPhone attracts attention on Twitter. The cause of the fire is still unknown, but Apple is looking into it.

Alleging infringement of intellectual property, the gaming giant is suing a company that lets you drive a go-kart on the streets of Tokyo in Super Mario outfits.

The Switch's best feature is its portability, but does it have the battery life?

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